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Top 56 Flagstone Projects

  1. 16. How To Lay a Flagstone Pathway

    Lead the way to a lovely outdoor space with a flagstone pathway.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  2. 17. Creating a Grass-Free Zone (00:04:13)

    Sara creates a grass-free oasis for a homeowner suffering from allergies.

  3. 18. Stone Walkway Overview (02:37)

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

  4. 19. How To Build a Retaining Wall with a Terrace

    Integrate stone steps and a stone retaining wall into a challenging backyard slope to make the space more usable.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $5,000 - $10,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  5. 20. Fire Pit Summary (00:01:42)

    A look back at the creation of a custom fire pit and grill.

  6. 21. Installing a Flagstone Patio (01:02)

    Here's Blog Cabin's step-by-step process for installing a flagstone patio.

  7. 22. Yard with a View (20:00)

    The crasher crew transforms a neglected backyard into a room with a view.

  8. 24. How To Make a Flagstone Patio

    Flagstones laid on sand and filled in with decomposed granite create a firm foundation for a great entertaining space.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  9. 25. No More Cookie-Cutter Exterior (00:04:08)

    Homeowners turn a 1950s cookie-cutter house into a one-of-a-kind showplace.

  10. 26. Rustic Modern Fire Wall (01:25)

    This steel-and-flagstone fire wall creates a striking backyard focal point.

  11. 27. Poker Patio (20:00)

    A backyard goes from a dog disaster to a poker haven.

  12. 28. Firehouse Patio Revamp (03:30)

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

  13. 29. How to Set Irregular Flagstone (00:01:00)

    Dean and Derek share expert tips on setting irregularly shaped flagstone.

  14. 30. Dean and Derek Build a Patio (03:31)

    Dean and Derek head to Asheville to create the Blog Cabin's patio.

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