Whether you’re looking for front walkway ideas, backyard walkway ideas, garden walkway ideas, or all three, we’ve got you covered. If you have existing concrete sidewalks that are a bit hard to look at, or you’re building a new home and want the approach to your home to look as beautiful as your home, LiveWell Outdoors can help.
Our team creates distinctive walkway designs based on your walkway ideas, and our installation process ensures a beautiful and long-lasting result. We mainly work with pavers and natural stone so those are the ideas we will present here (plus an option for wood you might tackle as a DIY project).
We use high-quality products from Techo-Bloc and Belgard, and other manufacturers. Whether your walkway ideas involve textures, patterns, multiple colors, or something else, we can turn your dreams into reality.
Looking for inspiration? Just Google amazing walkways to see the images that come up! And, check out the photos below.
1. Paver Walkway Ideas
Paver walkways are ideal if you already have a paver patio, paver driveway, or pool area, or if those are in your long-term plans. You can use the same color and pattern of pavers in your walkways. Our phased-in Design Build process takes into account your overall vision for your outdoor living space and landscape design.
If you need to control stormwater runoff, or you just like the eco-friendly idea, consider permeable pavers for your walkways. You get the look of pavers with the added benefit of excellent stormwater runoff management.
2. Stone Walkway Ideas
Stone walkway ideas include walkways made with flagstone, slate, travertine, cobblestone, bluestone, limestone, Pennsylvania fieldstone, brick, pea gravel, and more.
All of these walkways are beautiful, and can be created as formal and straight walkways, a curved path, stepping stone path, or something else, depending on the aesthetic you are going for.
Stone slabs are an excellent choice, and you can border your walkway with medium-sized landscape rocks for a natural look.
These walkway ideas from LiveWell Outdoors projects will give you a bit of inspiration.
3. Wood Walkway Ideas
Use rustic planks placed closely together to create the look of a dock for a pathway leading to a water feature or an actual dock. Or consider using wider planks separated by gravel for a sort of stepping stone look. For round wood stepping stones, you can use slices of wood from a large tree trunk.
While wood walkways are not as durable as stone or pavers, the texture and look can make wood a good choice. But do keep in mind you can get the look of wood with pavers and slabs, and you will never have to worry about rotting or splintering wood.
Dream It. Build It. Live It.
Are you ready to tear out those boring concrete sidewalks? Whether you’re looking to install both a patio and walkways at the same time, or just upgrading your walkways and entryway landscaping, LiveWell Outdoors can help.
We have decades of experience that will ensure the job is done right, and on budget. Whatever materials you choose, our design and installation teams can create beautiful walkways you will enjoy for years to come.
Schedule a consultation now for the earliest completion come springtime.