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  • Anderson Eichmann

    Garden steps, love the way this is laid out! ********************************************** Dishfunctional Designs - #gardening #garden #design #outdoor #steps #stairs #path #slope #DIY - #garden interior design #garden design #garden designs| http://gardendesigncollectionsmuriel.blogspot.com

  • Sarah Dunn

    stone Walkway path - to level big flat stone steps, elevate with round stones

  • Sandra Batista

    | Best Idea for Beautiful Garden stairs

  • Raschelle Johnston

    rock steps, I really like the way these have been place into the ground. it makes them appear to be more natural. and idea for our hill perhaps?

  • Tamara

    Stone step idea: "broadly speaking, step treads look well approximately 45 cm (18 ins) deep, with a riser of about 15 cm (6 ins)." More info here. :)

  • Brittany Lawrence

    Outdoor Stairs. SURFACES AND LEVELS : COUNTRY STYLING | Best Idea for you Beautiful Garden

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