To give his clients a path across the grass, landscape architect Jason Cromley installed stone pavers that stretch from the patio to the fence. Thanks to their neutral finish, these squares perfectly complement the stone retaining walls.
This idyllic backyard hideaway in Brooklyn by Statile & Todd combines nature and contemporary design in a patio that utilizes rectilinear stone (Mica Schist pavers) and an infill of barn red dust with a stabilizing agent.
Monolithic ledge stone panels are set into the stone dust, as part of an award-winning residential landscape design project in Vermont by H. Keith Wagner Partnership. The walkway's arc lends privacy to the main house and a guest house on the estate.
Large, asymmetrical stone pavers give the villa a sense of Old World character, and so ensure that the home complements the region's historic architecture. Following the path ahead takes visitors through an idyllic pergola and into the garden.
The front entrance to this beautiful, traditional home is symmetrical which allows for a balanced flow throughout the landscaping, planters, pavers and walkway. Stacked stone stairs lead up to the wooden front door, which features a glass panel and natural, dark finish.
In their Chester Square project, the London based TLA Studio created natural privacy walls with tall plantings and added handsome stone pavers and a walk-on surface of acetate structural glass which functions as a sunlight for the residence below.