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Top 56 Flagstone Projects

  1. 1. Stone Walkway Full Project (13:30)

    Our step-by-step instructions tell how to install a stone walkway.

  2. 2. Stone Walkway Overview (02:37)

    Our step-by-step instructions tell how to install a stone walkway.

  3. 3. Step1: Figure Out the Design (02:09)

    Step 1 describes how to conceptionalize your walkway project.

  4. 4. Irregular Stone Floor (01:35)

    Derek and Dean revive a tired kitchen floor with thin multicolor flagstone.

  5. 5. Stone Walkway Photo Gallery

    Building a stone walkway in your backyard? DIY Network shows you pictures of every step in this walkway how-to project.

  6. 6. Mosaic Patio (04:43)

    A mixed-media patio expands the usable space in this tiny yard.

  7. 7. Lawnless Perennials (04:12)

    Mayita Dinos adds flowering perennials to a lawnless flagstone landscape.

  8. 8. Neighbors Go to Battle (40:00)

    These neighbors enjoy playing in each other's backyards.

  9. 9. The Sizzling Grills (40:02)

    In these two backyards there is no sizzling without a grilling.

  10. 10. How to Create a Flagstone Patio

    Add some life to a backyard with this flagstone patio and connecting path design.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  11. 11. How to Install Stone Steps

    Replacing worn-out steps with attractive flagstone steps provides a more inviting entry into any outdoor space.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  12. 12. Firehouse Patio Revamp (03:30)

    Dean and Derek team up to revamp a firehouse patio with concrete pavers.

  13. 13. Poker Patio (01:03)

    A backyard goes from dog disaster to poker haven.

  14. 14. Dragon Breathes Life Into Pond (00:04:49)

    Jake and Joel use a couple's love of dragons to create a 'mythical' yard.

  15. 15. How to Update a Stone Walkway

    Replacing a simple stone path with a sturdy flagstone walkway will enhance any landscape and last for years.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
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