We love paths and walkways. Native stone, pavers, chocolate gravel, white gravel, poured cement you name it we love to build walkways. Our Instagram may have more or newer pictures of our work.
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This is a gorgeous spot located on a little lake in Bella Vista, AR. The very steep grade of the backyard going down to the lake presented many challenges. The sidewalk leading down to the lake is so steep that you have to almost lean backward in order to walk down it. The homeowners were almost unable to use this entire area safely.
We can’t wait for the newly terraced areas to fill in with grass, and maybe sedum or other ground cover to add more color. On a happy note the homeowners now have a very nice sitting area and are able to safely bring their paddle boat to and from the lake.
The entire backyard are was originaly all covered in gravel with only two retaining walls. You can see the first retaining wall up by the house.
The gravel below the original wall has all been cleared away. The first native stone walkway is in the process of being laid out.
Our first Native Stone retaining wall is starting to come together.
Both Native Stone walls in place with steps and a pathway.
The bottom retaining wall was raised. These blocks are a Keystone product. They are very durable and easy to assemble. We would recommend them for any similar projects, they will do their job for a very long time.
This is the Native Stone sitting area built into one of the walls. The perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee, or just look at the lake.
This is a great little sitting area in a partially shady backyard. We loved installing the Dublin Cobblestone pavers made by Belgard, and hope to use more of them soon.
400 square feet of cobblestone and 15 yards of river rock later. I can’t wait to see this wonderful sitting area all decked-out with furniture.
This is a gorgeous yard. It went from bare to a peaceful, luscious green paradise. Sod and river rock combined to keep erosion problems under control and to cut out some mowing for the wonderful homeowners. A custom built fire pit and flag stone patio with rock bench steal center stage.
This is a great little transitional piece connecting the driveway to a sidewalk near the house. Cement pavers make a wonderful easy to clean area that cuts out yard work. Rings were added to the trees with chocolate gravel to cut out weed eating and add to the aesthetic appeal. This area will provide a shady place to sit and grill for guests.