Path & Walkway Ideas – Home Design, Garden & Architecture Blog Magazine Interior Design, DIY Creative Ideas, Craft, Home and Garden Ideas | GoodsHomeDesign Thu, 03 Aug 2023 00:03:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How-To Create a Natural Outdoor Pathway Sat, 07 Mar 2015 16:26:21 +0000 wood-slices2

Everyone who is lucky enough to have a yard or garden as part of their property can do all kind of things to improve the overall look. The internet is abundant with DIY projects, but none as simple and as effective (in terms of aesthetics) as the one featured here. The natural outdoor pathway made from logs looks so good you’ll be the envy of your entire neighborhood. Learn from DIY experts Katie and Jon Jasiewicz what are the exact steps involved in achieving that result. In the tutorial that they will deliver, you will find out everything from cutting the logs into 2-inch chunks with the chainsaw to arranging all of the stepping `stones` in a nice pathway design. The step by step video walkthrough will be of great assistance. Remember to wear protective gear as well as long sleeves and pants so you won’t harm any of your skin. Good luck!

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DIY Project: Backyard Walkway Tue, 04 Nov 2014 18:32:40 +0000 backyard-walkway

Your backyard is an important part of your house and making it look beautiful should be a priority when renovating the place. One of the problems when it comes to the backyard is the foot imprints that we leave on the grass and look quite ugly. To avoid this happening again, try and build a backyard walkway, that will keep the look of your yard clean and neat. You can create this pathway, using flagstone and since the pieces you will be using are not identical, you can practically create any type of pattern you want. Make sure to create a border for the pathway too and use big rocks when creating the pattern, so it will be much easier and comfortable for you to step on them. You can also plant some flowers near the pathway and play with the color of the rocks to create a cool design.



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How To Make A Lighted Pathway With Solar Powered Sun Bricks Thu, 21 Aug 2014 22:12:31 +0000 solar-pathway-brick light

If you happen to have some trouble with lighting your patio, then this next idea will make you feel relieved. To avoid using lots of light bulbs and different types of lighting, you could install some bricks that use solar power. The great thing about them is, that they can be installed very easily without having to do some heavy electrical work. You just simply place the bricks where you would place any regular brick and they will charge themselves with sunlight. In the evening when you’ll be coming home from a night out you won’t have to worry about finding a switch to illuminate your walkway. The solar bricks will show you the way and guide you to the entrance of your home. In case of a sunny day, your bricks will last for 8 hours and will shine as bright as stars. You can purchase them on Amazon. The bricks will be worth the investment, as you’ll only need a few to lighten up your patio.


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  • Dimensions: 7.5″ x 3.9″ x 2.35″

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Are you searching for better and useful methods to decorate your yard? This can be your lucky day, as we present the next awesome piece of decoration. Blending technology with simple building materials, some creative people have come up with a clever idea to light up your yard or garden, while still making a beautiful path to take walks on. This is a walkway for your yard…[more]

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DIY Cement Stepping Stone Sat, 02 Aug 2014 17:44:48 +0000 adorable-stepping-stones

If you’re looking for a nice, fun and interesting way to keep track on how your kid grows older, we suggest you try the following DIY project. With a piece of cement stepping stone you will be able to preserve a unique moment in time and share it later with the teenager your little kid has become. It only takes a tray or shape in which to work the cement and make your foot or handprint. Add some personality to the project with the help of colorful rocks. Remember to note the date when the stone was made and that’s the basics. This simple project could easily become a tradition. If you planted a tree together in the garden, a few of these stepping stones will prove great in making a beautiful outdoor décor. Check out the detailed step-by-step tutorial in order to make sure you end up with a similar result like the one in the photos. Good luck on your DIY project!





Cute Cement Stepping Stone Tutorial

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DIY Flagstone Path Tutorial Sat, 31 May 2014 19:17:57 +0000 stone-path-tutorial-1

Having a nice path in your garden can make a big difference. It is the first thing you see before entering a garden and can raise big expectations. That’s why a nice and clean pathway is really important, it reflects the outlook of the whole garden. You can make this pathway curvy or straight and add different kinds of decorations to it. To make a really nice flagstone pathway, follow the instructions below.


First of all it is very important to clean the area where you will be making the path. Clean the surface, remove all weeds and make it a smooth area. Then choose the materials you will be working with, such as concrete, stones and gravel. You can also use sand, but is not as resistant as the other materials used for construction. You will need to install a bender board edging and lay down landscape fabric. This will prevent the weeds growing and will keep your path clean. Lay down sand on the fabric and arrange it smoothly. Use water to moisten the sand while working with it. Use a drum roller and press it on the sand to make it firm. Now start adding the stepping stones and apply pressure with your hands in order to secure them. Use gravel to fill the cracks between the stones. There you have it, an easy way to create a beautiful and welcoming path.




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DIY Concrete Cobblestone Path Wed, 16 Apr 2014 00:37:47 +0000 Cement-Cobblestone

Making your yard look great doesn’t entail you wasting a load of money on decorations. Improving the design can be very easy if you think creatively. Let’s say you have a path from the front gate to the back of your yard, where you might have a working stone grill. You have two options on how to decorate this path; you can either put down slabs of natural stones, which will cost you some money but will make the yard look good. Or you could pour concrete and risk not to emulate any personality with this design. Before you make a decision, see what the concrete option can do with a little bit of creativity. The Cobblestone Template will help you create an impressive path that mimics a natural stone decor. Actually, you just have to pour concrete into the template, level it, remove and reuse it for another set of cobblestone. You could add liquid cement color to the mixture in order to make the final result look more like stones rather than concrete. Also, if you do have some stones in your yard, make the colors look somewhat similar. Leave the cement to harden and voila! The improved design is so great!  Made by

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Colored Solar Powered Walkway Mon, 13 Jan 2014 12:18:13 +0000 solar-walk

Are you searching for better and useful methods to decorate your yard? This can be your lucky day, as we present the next awesome piece of decoration. Blending technology with simple building materials, some creative people have come up with a clever idea to light up your yard or garden, while still making a beautiful path to take walks on. This is a walkway for your yard that not only impresses with its colors but also with its technology. The solar powered walkway you can see is a perfect DIY project that you could make in a week-end’s time. Before reading the instructions featured in the tutorial, be sure you have the items written in the list of required materials. Also, the DIY project is quite simple, but as people suggested improvements from the original, the colored solar powered walkway has suffered some updates, so make sure you check those out as well. Good luck on your work!

Step 1: The Walkway

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25 Pathways For Your Garden Wed, 02 Oct 2013 00:30:11 +0000 pathway-home

Having a house with a spacious garden is great, but the hard part is keeping that garden neat and tidy. If you have a garden then you most probably have also some garden pathways there which help you get around in your green space. But pathways can be used in many different ways, all you have to do is get a little bit creative.
We are going to show you some pictures that we hope will inspire you in redesigning your garden. In case you don’t have a garden pathway, but you are planning to build one, we advice you to be as creative as possible and you won’t go wrong. You can make your pathway out of different materials, from rocks to wood and even bricks. There are a lot of different combinations when it comes to garden alleys, be sure to choose the one you like the most and also fits the style of your home. And last but not least, make sure that when you design the pathway you don’t forget about the flowers and plants in your garden. Create a pathway that will make your plants look good and bring out the nicest colors you have in your garden.
Take a look at the photos and start planning your own dream garden pathway.






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Beautiful Natural Stone Paths Mon, 13 May 2013 15:00:44 +0000 path1

A beautiful garden does not have to be a big garden, pompous or located in a wonderful landscape. It would be ideal, but a beautiful garden to be, primarily,it must be organized and neat. Then follow the other aspects that need to be considered: space, furniture, accessories…Natural stone paths are favorites landscapers with fine tastes.Natural stone paths are favorites landscapers with fine tastes.The paths of sand, gravel or crack:Resulting paths will be one hundred percent natural and organic.The charm of this material has proven: Imagine a red geranium grown at the edge of any with white marble pebbles and you will understand the effect. How does it look ?





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