May take this one on-think it would look great from driveway to back gate and also in back yard. One section at a time... Ideas, Flagstone Paths, Walkways, Backyard Projects, Gardens Paths, Stones Pathways, Front Yard, Stones Paths, Flagstone Walkway
Decomposed-granite steps edged with concrete nudge this path upslope in a backyard in Portola Valley, California. Because the steps taper from 8 feet wide at the bottom to 3 feet wide at the top, they appear to cover more ground than they do. (A Cor-Ten steel wall enhances the effect; from a 4 1/2-foot base, it shrinks to 2 feet high at the top.) Dasylirion and dwarf lavender line the path.
I am thinking of creating a path from my front steps, along my front rose garden,through the pergola and along the bed that is against the house. I want it recessed so it can be mowed over but a bit whimsical like this one.