A concrete driveway transitions into a paver walkway leading up to the front door of this home. Planted sections border the walkway adding life and color to the landscaping. The rock and wood give this entryway a mountain-inspired feel.
An in-water walkway steps through the water for a unique pool design decoration. Plants and landscape lighting line the outer edges of the patio adding natural color and life. Potted trees rest at the columns of the open archways.
A once-plain gray concrete walkway, step and porch floor has a stone-like appearance. The concrete was resurfaced by Concrete Craft, which used multiple colors to create a custom-blended stains designed to mimic the look of stone. Concrete Craft says the process is a low-maintanence, affordable alternative to natural stone.
A front courtyard doubles as an opportunity to enhance curb appeal and define the entry sequence as a unique experience. A concrete walkway steps up from the driveway and meets in the front yard to move toward the front door. Uncovered windows allow the warm indoor lighting to be visible outside connecting the interior and exterior.
Nestled amongst evergreen trees and lush green shrubs, this cream colored stucco home features a flagstone walkway and steps and a rounded square porch entrance. A new wood front door was installed to match the existing style of the home.
This sunny backyard pool area features a white stone walkway and steps that lead the way through a contemporary wall constructed from slabs of matching stone in various sizes. Several tropical and succulent plants decorate the outdoor space, adding a beautiful natural touch.
Stone is a favorite material for outdoor kitchen projects, according to Atlanta Decking & Fence, but it doesn't have to be relegated to the backyard. This front porch in metro Atlanta has stone steps that stand out against the brick exterior.