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How to Lay a Flagstone Patio

To create a rustic looking patio and walkway, there is no better material than natural flagstone.

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Top 100 Stone Projects

  1. 1. Guide to Selecting Bathroom Countertops

    DIY Network shares basic information on choosing stylish countertops for your bathroom.

  2. 2. How to Revamp a Front Step

    The front of your house is the face it presents to the world. Your steps should do it justice!

    Time:
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    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
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  3. 3. How to Install a Stone Hearth and Fireplace Surround

    Get step-by-step instructions from DIYNetwork.com on how to install a stone hearth and fireplace surround in your home.

  4. 4. French Country Sitting Room (20:00)

    Dean and Derek transform an unused side yard into a French country escape.

  5. 5. Riva Del Mar Pebble Tiles (00:01:31)

    Riva Del Mar's glass pebble tiles transform rooms with natural beauty.

  6. 6. Stenciled Stones (03:46)

    Step-by-step directions for making stenciled stepping stones.

  7. 7. Great Plains Party Room (00:03:43)

    Dean and Derek take a backyard from plain prairieland to party perfection.

  8. 8. Create a Flagstone Walkway (00:01:00)

    In less than a weekend, you can add a flagstone walkway to your landscape.

  9. 9. Limestone Around Deck Footings (00:26)

    Paul explains why crushed stone is placed around foortings.

  10. 10. Bar Room (01:14)

    This bar has a high-top table, refaced stone fireplace and customized bar.

  11. 11. How To Build a Fireplace on an Outdoor Patio

    Learn how to create an inviting outdoor space with a fireplace.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $5,000 - $10,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  12. 12. How to Reface a Fireplace With Stone

    Give a fireplace a rugged, rustic look by adding natural-looking stone.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  13. 13. Camp Kitchen and Fire Pit (20:00)

    Dean and Derek help build the ultimate outdoor kitchen and firepit area.

  14. 14. How to Build a Stone Fire Pit

    Heat up your backyard with the addition of a stone fire pit.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  15. 15. Digitalized Printed Stone (00:01:14)

    Resin-glazed digital stone looks real but costs less and is upkeep free.

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