Proper pathways in and around backyards and entry ways are a great way to make sure that your yard stays green and lush while still allowing people to enjoy the outdoor space. Stepping stones come in so many different styles and can be arranged to create different looks and feels depending on your preferences.
Here are 10 examples of stepping stones used in various landscaping projects.
1. Slabs of stones contribute to a natural, raw feel in this grass-less backyard.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Bittoni Architects.
2. Square and rectangular stones used here guide people around the yard and add a unique style element to the yard.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Carlos Nuno Lacerda. Photography by Nelson Garrido.
3. Round stepping stones scattered throughout the yard of this home create paths and fun places to practice your hopping skills.
House designed by Christopher Botterill. Photography by Christopher Alexander.
4. Warm stones create a wide path in the backyard of this single family home.
House designed by Dayala+Rafael Arquitetura. Photography by Studio Onzeonze.
5. Large concrete stepping stones line the side of this sloping yard, making for an easy path around the house.
House designed by L3P Architects. Photography by Vito Stallone.
6. These round stepping stones surrounded by grass connect the various areas of this park, and add a touch of fun with their circular shapes.
Designed and photographed by Landscape d.o.o.
7. This small backyard uses stone slabs in various sizes to create a geometric pathway.
Designed by Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects. Photography by Grey Crawford.
8. Circular stepping stones surrounded by small pebbles, lights, and greenery create a pathway through this backyard.
Designed by by C.O.S Design.
9. These large stones allow you to get from one part of the yard to the outdoor shower without getting gravel stuck in between your toes.
Designed by Peter Fudge Gardens.
10. Round stepping stones carry you over a rocky path into the yard of this Tokyo home.
Home designed by Keiji Ashizawa. Photography by Daici Ano
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