Integrating natural components into an outdoor space where children can play, relax and get in touch with their surroundings can be a simple or elaborate landscaping proposition depending on your property. One example is creating a creek bed with river stones that can channel water through your yard while also serving as an idyllic zone for reflection and self-discovery.
A custom designed architectural stone bridge connects flagstone walkways, leading visitors to different parts of the garden. The garden was built using stones in various shapes, textures and colors, ensuring visual interest is maintained through every inch of the landscape.
A flagstone bridge connects walkways around a natural looking pond complete with native plants. The water streams over formal masonry walls balanced with tumbled boulders, creating an engaging and eye catching water feature.
A cloth covered patio area leads out to a dreamy stone bridge with wrought iron railing on this French property. The large and dreamy yard is landscaped beautifully with small potted trees lining the walkway and large trees creating a natural wall.
The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway — the nation's longest continuous urban parkway system — runs 52 miles around the city, with bicycle and pedestrian trails weaving past its notable lakes and through its major parks.
Architectural stone bridges connect to a circular patio with a wood-burning fire pit. The rough-hewn flagstone boulders are placed in an informal arrangement, complementing the natural feel of the native garden and vistas.