Garden Path Ideas: Flagstone Walkways

Flagstone offers natural patterns, shapes, and textures. Find ideas here to ensure that your stone walkway is the perfect addition to your landscape.

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    • Flagstone Path Leads to a Private Escape

      Flagstone walkways are a beautiful and timeless addition to your landscape. Because flagstone comes in a plethora of shapes and sizes, it is possible to create the ideal pathway for your backyard. Here, a winding path leads visitors to a remote hideaway, giving the urban backyard a secluded appeal.

    • Stone Walkways For Enjoying a Breathtaking Landscape

      Installing stone walkways throughout your garden or yard invites guests and family alike to stroll through the yard, taking in the beautiful landscape. A flagstone path makes a great addition to your outdoor decor because they are easy to maintain and fit into your layout.

    • Beautifully Aged Stone Path

      One of the beautiful things about a stone pathway is that flowers and greenery can grow through the cracks, making the walkway appear as though it's been there for centuries. The small plants that peak through this path echo the greenery found on either side of the walkway. The aged look gives the pathway a traditional and comforting appeal. Keeping the plantings trimmed and low minimizes the risk of tripping on overgrown shrubs.

    • Winding and Scenic Route to the Front Door

      Instead of a typical pathway leading straight to your front door, take guests on a winding route where they can enjoy the blooming plants and lush greenery throughout your yard. While the walkway eventually leads to the front door, views along the way bring a carefree and relaxing atmosphere to the area. Be sure to take note of the placement of the stone, ensuring that the most breathtaking pieces are seen from the path.

    • Flagstone Pathway as the Finishing Touch

      With the right kind and size of flagstone, your walkway can be the ideal finishing touch for your landscape. Here, the path looks as though it has belonged for years. Lush plants grow on either side, beckoning guests to continue down the pathway to see what other beautiful views may be lying just around the corner. The wide pathway enables two to walk comfortably side by side, while the smooth flagstone blends beautifully with the color scheme.

    • Stone Stair Walkway

      For interest, integrate a stone path into stairs. The shapes of the flagstone are a beautiful addition to your landscape, allowing the earthy appeal to shine through. Here, the pathway blends beautifully with the low stone walls that flank the path. Eventually leading up to the main house, the walkway provides a route to stroll the yard and take in the scenery.

    • Narrow Flagstone Path

      For a yard with ample greenery, a flagstone pathway beckons visitors to view the entire garden. Here, the narrow pathway fits in beautifully between the plantings and provides an ideal way to stroll the grounds and see where the path leads.

    • Trimmed Pathway

      Because flagstone comes in various shapes and sizes, it is simple to find the right style for your backyard. These squarelike shaped stones make the pathway look neatly trimmed and perfectly placed. The narrow walkway does not break up the garden yet allows visitors to enjoy the views. A small bench placed next to the path provides the ideal place to rest and enjoy the scenery.

    • Flagstone Path

      The beauty of flagstone paths is that they work well in almost any garden and maintain an outdoor feel. While many paved walkways look out of place in a yard filled with greenery and lush plantings, flagstone provides a beautiful alternative. Here, the stones lead from the patio under a blooming archway and ensure that guests will enjoy the short walk. A similar pathway would be ideal for leading from place to place while ensuring that the outdoor appeal not be taken over by strict architectural designs.

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      Flagstone Stepping Stones

      For a short walkway, simple stepping stones can be used in place of a plethora of tightly wound stones. Varying size avoids monotony, and moving from stone to stone becomes almost like a game. Rounded stones complement the similarly shaped plantings and circular architecture found throughout the landscape.

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      Flagstone Pathway Beckons Visitors Around the Corner

      The differing shapes used in your walkway complement the style of your outdoor decor. Stones placed tightly together create a narrow pathway that minimizes the chances of tripping on uneven stones. The side path leads underneath a Japanese maple tree to enhance the tropical appeal of the yard. The lush greenery and winding path invites visitors to see what lies around the bend.

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