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How to Build a Pathway

A simple yet attractive path will transform a property.

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Top 100 Hardscaping Projects

  1. 1. Ladies' Backyards (00:01:52)

    Female homeowners' drab backyards are upgraded to sexy outdoor retreats.

  2. 2. How To Build a Retaining Wall

    A retaining wall is a great way to differentiate space in a yard. Here's how to build one.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $2,500 - $5,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  3. 3. How to Create Concrete Stepping Stones

    Leftover concrete from other projects can be used for stepping stones in the garden.

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  4. 4. Front Porch Renovation (00:01:58)

    Improve your home's curb appeal with an easy front porch renovation.

  5. 5. Landscaping for Curb Appeal (00:02:17)

    Landscape your way to better curb appeal with carefully planned plants.

  6. 6. How To Create a Play Area

    This new play area is padded with rubber mulch and outlined with plants. Edging keeps the rubber mulch out of the new sod.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  7. 7. How To Create a Winding Path

    Visit DIYNetwork.com to see the how-to project for how to create a winding path. See the step-by-step instructions and helpful photos.

  8. 8. Top Ten Outdoor Kitchens (00:20:00)

    DIY counts down the best outdoor kitchens.

  9. 9. Paver Stone Walkway (01:00)

    Pavers with a natural stone texture add dimension to your yard and walkway.

  10. 10. Building a Brick Walkway

    This DIY Download will provide tips on building a brick walkway.

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  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. Redwood Poolside Deck (00:01:06)

    A new California redwood deck dresses up a formerly barren concrete pool.

  13. 13. How to Build an Interlocking Wall System

    If you have a steep hill in your backyard, why not use it to your advantage?

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  14. 14. Fence Post Stepping Stones

    Learn how to slice fence posts to make natural-wood stepping stones for gardens or walkways, from DIY Network.

  15. 15. Front Yard Curb Appeal (00:01:47)

    Enhance your home's curb appeal with low-voltage lighting or a fountain.

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