There are so many fantastic ideas for walkways and pathways if you’re seeking a fresh design for your front entrance, a solution for your side yard, or you just want to put stepping stones in your garden.
By adding a stone walkway to your yard, you can bring an enduring look to your suburban home, whether in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake or Norfolk. No matter if they wind through your yard or end at the front entrance, walkways give visitors a place to stroll without trampling any prized flowers. You can do this with stepping stones to paver stones and everything in between.
Brick has been used for walks for ages, from Colonial homes to opulent French chateaux, and with good reason. The timeless design is always in vogue. Allowing it to meander through a landscape allows visitors to step through all the nuances of your landscape.
For a stone walkway, flagstone is a fantastic option. The stones can be shaped into a wide range of sizes and shapes, and the material is strong and non-slip for damp days or when you feel like walking barefoot.
A walkway typically looks the best when the stones are unevenly spaced and have different sizes, shapes, textures, and colors. While planning your own stone walkway, accept imperfections.
Gravel pathways are always a good idea, especially if you surround it with low-maintenance plants like bee balm and honeysuckle.
There are many ways to give a stone walkway visual appeal. The addition of mondo grasses tucked between stepping stones is particularly appealing.
The greatest stone pathways wind and meander a little, allowing visitors to take their time and enjoy the gorgeous surroundings. The perfect curved path leads visitors right to the front door of a home.