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Top 100 Stone Projects

  1. 61. How to Install a Cobblestone Patio

    Learn how to create a lovely outdoor space by laying a new cobblestone patio.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  2. 62. Mixing Small Amounts of Mortar (00:00:24)

    Learn an way to easy mix, apply and store small amounts of mortar.

  3. 63. Blue Stone Patio Battle (40:00)

    The Fuchanan's want a chic party pad and the Mejia's get a flagstone patio.

  4. 64. Using a Sail for Sun Shade (00:01:23)

    Add shade and style to your outdoor living space with colorful sails.

  5. 65. Camp Kitchen and Fire Pit (20:00)

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

  6. 66. Houseboat Thin Veneer (20:00)

    Dean and Derek use a thin stone veneer on the walls of a houseboat.

  7. 67. Old Wall, New Look (01:00)

    Here's how to blend new stone into old using buttermilk and moss.

  8. 68. A Landscape Jewel (03:36)

    Jason helps the Jewel family turn their bedraggled yard into a real gem.

  9. 69. Granite Countertop Options (00:00:60)

    There are many affordable and eco-friendly options to granite countertops.

  10. 70. How to Install a Gazebo with a Path

    Use edging and flagstone to create a pretty path and install new weather-resistant composite deck boards for a beautiful outdoor space.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $1,000 - $2,500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  11. 71. Building a Stone Paver Patio (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for building a stone paver patio.

  12. 72. Outdoor Kitchen - Part 4 (06:38)

    D-I-Yers install their own outdoor stone kitchen with Dean and Derek.

  13. 73. Walkway Revamp (20:00)

    Dean and Derek transform an ugly walkway into a welcoming stone path.

  14. 74. Stone Kitchen Walkway (02:03)

    This kitchen's counters are limestone; the walkway is of fossilized stone.

  15. 75. Tuscan Tiered Terrace (03:56)

    Dean and Derek bring a touch of Tuscany to a Virginia backyard.

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