I really like the symmetry of this entry sidewalk, it is formal and yet inviting. The paired flowering trees create a nice, soft visual canopy to the walkway and the boxwood softens the line between the brick pavers and the narrow gardens. Beautiful fencing and gate.
Rosetta Grand Flagstone Pavers | Stonewood Products
Irregular Flagging Rosetta Grand Flagstone Pavers collection is a perfect fit for patios, pathways, pool decks, outdoor kitchens and more. Grand Flagstone slabs maintain the attractive texture and scale of large natural flagstones, but can be laid in an easy-to-install pattern. Details + Specs Size(s): Sold by SF Thickness: 1.75" Applications: Patios, Walkways Quote Request Calculators Stone Reference
When I made the trip out to the Portland Nursery on Division Street a few weeks ago I also discovered Zen Pottery near the intersection of 82nd and Division. If you are in the market for large ceramic containers this is the place for you!They had every imaginable shape and color, and the prices were very reasonable, some might even say cheap! Many were still wrapped and nested so it made browsing a little difficult. They also had a few metal planters, although none of them were priced. By…
Artificial Grass for Lawns, Dogs, Golf | ProGreen Synthetic Grass
Low maintenance landscaping with artificial grass. #NoMowing #NoWatering #DreamBackyard
Make sure that the height of the stone is equivalent to the ground on every side of the path. You still ought to place all of your Stepping Stone Path Through Front Yard Garden where you would like them before… Continue Reading →
Building a Cordwood Path - A Mountain Hearth
Cordwood constructions is one of those things I’ve always read about and wanted to do, but never quite got around to doing. With piles of cedar logs in our yard from the trees we thinned this fall, we decided there were plenty of other kinds of wood we should use for firewood, and started scheming...
I put a brick veneer over my front porch concrete in a herringbone pattern. Now it matches the brick on my home and it's not slippery when wet. Easy project. Clean cement well and mortar 1/2 bricks directly then fill in joints with mortar. About $200. My porch is large..update 6 years later no problems and looks great!