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A brick pathway leads you to the front door. Patterson Custom Homes. Interiors by Trish Steele, Churchill Design.

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7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects

7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects • Tutorials and Ideas! Including, from 'this old house', a great tutorial on how to lay a classic brick path.

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This herringbone brick path with raised brick border creates a perfect axis to the swimming pool. The courtyard is enclosed by brick columns with custom wrought iron fencing and accented with an elegant boxwood hedge and zoysia sod.

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Patio Brick Patterns When designing a brick patio or path, consider the pattern in which the bricks will be laid. Pattern is associated with style and formality.

Patio Brick Patterns

Patio Brick Patterns When designing a brick patio or path, consider the pattern in which the bricks will be laid. Pattern is associated with style and formality.

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Heart Waffle Iron

Could also use these as patterns for other things...reuse corks, fabric...Southern Exposure Landscape Management - Build a Brick Paver Patio

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Most-Pinned Curb Appeal Ideas

These top-pinned curb appeal ideas provide awesome inspiration ideas for your next entry or outdoor remodel! From chic porch décor to a bright front door, these ideas are simple, yet so effective! Landscaping and gardening are also great ways to impress your guests and neighbors when they see your home.

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Antique Brick Pathway via High Street Market also see http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/how-to/overview/0,,20200448,00.html#

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How to Lay a Brick Pathway

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DIY - Patio and Sidewalk

DIY - Patio and Sidewalk #diy #patio #dan330 http://livedan330.com/2015/02/27/diy-patio-and-sidewalk/

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Brick over concrete- how to. Love the idea but not sure how well it would really work with existing steps. Wouldn't the first one be too high? Plus where do you stop? My sidewalk leads to driveway and I definately wouldn't do the driveway

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