Use large pavers and river rocks to create a sleek, durable walkway you won’t have to spend time maintaining.  Here’s how to do it: First, establish and mark your walkway’s perimeter. Do your best to make the boundary lines straight and exact. Lay your large pavers, aiming to create evenly-spaced columns and rows. Finally, fill the remaining space inside your outer perimeter with river rocks.

Use large pavers and river rocks to create a sleek, durable walkway you won’t have to spend time maintaining. Here’s how to do it: First, establish and mark your walkway’s perimeter. Do your best to make the boundary lines straight and exact. Lay your large pavers, aiming to create evenly-spaced columns and rows. Finally, fill the remaining space inside your outer perimeter with river rocks.

walkway-- I like the way the pebbles are in the cracks between the large flat stones.  It seems to give a nice even look so not to fall.

walkway-- I like the way the pebbles are in the cracks between the large flat stones. It seems to give a nice even look so not to fall.

do this over the rock/concrete sidewalk that's there now  this would be much prettier

do this over the rock/concrete sidewalk that's there now this would be much prettier

How to install stone walkway:  Step 1 : Lay out the path.  Step 2 : Fill the bed with gravel and sand.  Step 3 : Make a trial layout.  Step 4 : Cut and place the stones.  Step 5 : Check for flatnes.  Step 6 : sweep mason’s sand into the joints with a stiff brush or broom.    Materials you'll need :  Landscape fabric,  Stones,  Bedding sand,  Mason’s sand,  Gravel.

How to install stone walkway: Step 1 : Lay out the path. Step 2 : Fill the bed with gravel and sand. Step 3 : Make a trial layout. Step 4 : Cut and place the stones. Step 5 : Check for flatnes. Step 6 : sweep mason’s sand into the joints with a stiff brush or broom. Materials you'll need : Landscape fabric, Stones, Bedding sand, Mason’s sand, Gravel.

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