Garden Wooden Walkways – 20 Accessible Ideas
We have always been fascinated by alleys in parks or gardens. Those narrow roads leading us deep into the green thicket and into the very heart of nature. They seem to break the visual supremacy of the green and reveals themselves as bounding lines, dividing and opening the way into the surrounding world. Depending on tastes and resources, alleys can get different forms and shapes, but the effect will always be the same. Below you can see some beautiful garden wooden walkways.
You can start with the classic option of wooden plank alleys, preferably wooden boards retrieved from older times, such as pallets and fences and which can no assume a new practical and aesthetic role in your garden. These are projects easy to carry out and bring extra patterns into the landscape, as you can easily see in the images below.
If you have a sloping garden, then a wooden boardwalk is the perfect idea to connect the house to the different corners of the garden. Here is a plan to help you build it yourself.
Break the stretching of gravel a bit, installing alternate wooden sleepers or stone slabs. The landscape suddenly gets a touch of dynamism and much more consistency. The ideas run endlessly in both cases and will offer some design suggestions in the images below.
Speaking of practical ideas, let’s take a look at this wood logs alley, bordered by wooden planks. One can easily build it using materials that are at hand while the rest of the logs can make up a small playground for kids to stimulate their imagination.
Or you can go for charred wooden square shaped slabs for a bit of extra texture brought into the natural landscape and a walk with a pronounced note of personality.
Build a wooden pathway crossing a stone covered area. The contrast is superb and, despite this, wood and stone trace lines full of refinement across the garden and patios.
And since images manage to send out more messages than we can via a few words, here are a few more suggestions of wooden pathways hoping you will identify the one that matches our tastes and environment conditions in your garden.