15 Decorative Stone Garden Landscaping Ideas
As we have often said, garden remains that space exclusively dedicated to nature, that urban oasis in which we find ourselves at the end of the day. However, when we add artificial surfaces, the garden gets strong and interesting accents, with contrasts that catch the eye more than an expanse of green. In the article below we’ll see some decorative stone garden landscaping ideas, from alleys that stratify the space and various other constructions meant to personalize different corners.
Play with various patterns and textures so that the space gets dynamic shapes. And speaking of shapes, let your imagination run free and give birth to original textures which will definitely personalize your garden alleys, as we can easily see in the images below.
A landscape somewhat more sober, matching the rustic air exuded by the background. The stone paved alleys and the vegetable raised stone beds bring a different kind of image for a traditional garden, featuring small greenery fortresses. Stone comes here with a both practical and ornamental role.
A faux stone river running through a garden, flanked by large boulders, is the artistic creation of a designer, imitating an authentic natural corner. It can always be transposed into your garden, with a little effort, that’s true, but for a final décor truly unique.
Stone in different shapes and colors, with a strong visual impact. An alley that winds across the garden, through grass, shrubs and flowers, brings a classy picture of natural beauty. Stones are easy to install, while the contrast is superb.
There is nothing that brings the best out of stone than wood. In the image below, the two natural materials dominate the image, without excluding each other, but rather complementing each other in a wonderful way. The stone comes in various shapes – slabs for the stairs, boulders, pebble and put together in decorative shapes, visually layering the landscape.
A play of shapes full of energy that nature crawled into discreetly, in diverse colors, alongside a small garden fountain that seem to insert a bit of tranquility into this corner. This is an ideal set up preceding the main entry.
You can come up with various and effective patterns, in different colors, that you can arrange yourselves. The set of images below clearly show stone carry a huge ornamental weight that you can take advantage by investing little effort or, by the case, a little more.
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