What are some contemporary design examples of stone walkways?


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For a contemporary look, build an ornate pebble and stone walkway in a curved design featuring large flat stepping stones surrounded by polished pebbles. Use gray flat stones with brown and gray pebbles to create a natural look. Go for a bold look with a colorful stone walkway in a wave pattern. Use stones in contrasting colors such as orange with black or white for a stunning look.

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A modern design surrounds a white pebble walkway with concrete edging. Use red flagstones as stepping stones in various shapes to accent the white pebbles. The edging serves as a thick border, and flagstones serve as a bright focal point of the walkway. Another unique modern design embeds colorful pebbles in floral patterns on a concrete base.

Design a stone walkway with white and blue stones in a mosaic pattern mapping out a space for large gray slabs. Use oval stones with square slabs and concrete edging to create a colorful pattern. For a contemporary and organic look, arrange flat stone bricks of different sizes at different angles. This stone walkway is enhanced when set amid foliage or in a garden.

Use circular stone pieces set at even distance for a modern Japanese look. In a tropical garden, set an intricate layer of small tan and white pebbles with rectangular grey or black stone platforms to enhance an edgy modern look.

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