7 Masonry Walkway Designs You'll Love

Now that the harsh Staten Island winter days are behind us, it’s time to get some inspiration for your next walkway project. We’ll look at some material choices, and styles to help you create a gorgeous, long-lasting landscape.

Pavers

Pavers are ideal for high traffic areas like the main path from the street to your door. They are very durable, and don’t require much maintenance.

Pavers Walkway

Bluestone

This natural stone looks modern, and sleek while offering a highly durable finish to any walkway. Despite it’s name, it comes in many different colors, so your options are not limited.

Bluestone Walkway

Stepping Stones

One of the most attractive walkways for a garden are stepping stones. The gaps in between stones give it a casual, “stroll in the park” feeling that homeowners love.

Stepping Stone Walkway

Gravel

One of the most cost-effective routes you can take when adding a walkway to your home is gravel. Gravel comes in many different colors, sizes, and shapes to please any taste.

Gravel Walkway

Brick

Brick walkways are affordable, low maintenance, and charming. They can be set in your choice of patterns, and come in a variety of colors. The mortar used to fill the joints also adds extra strength, which is a plus!

Brick Walkway

Stamped Concrete

Who ever said concrete has to be plain, and boring? With modern stamping techniques, you can apply a textured look to plain old concrete, and even apply dyes to get the color of your choice.

Stamped Concrete Walkway

Marble

When you speak of luxury in the world of masonry, marble is truly the finest material you can choose. Although marble is not very cost-conscious, it is a captivating material because of it’s shimmering quality. Because marble is naturally absorbent, it requires a good sealer before being ready to take on the elements.

Marble Walkway


We hope you enjoyed this quick list of walkway designs. If you’re considering a new walkway project, and need professional help, contact us for your FREE Estimate & Consultation. We’ll make the process simple, and stress free.

Pavers

Using pavers around your existing landscape is great because they can be cut and curved around any area.

Pavers Walkway

Photo: ralandscapingdesign.com

Bluestone

Bluestone adds a classic touch to this front walkway. Below, the Bluestone’s natural hue stands out well against a mulch border.

Bluestone Walkway

Photo: serenehomeandlandscapes.com

Stepping Stones

A stepping stone walkway adds an elegant accent to a simple garden or backyard. The material pictured is Flagstone, and is naturally a jagged edged stone.

Stepping Stone Walkway

Photo: info.carpentercostin.net

Gravel

Paired with a paver border, this gravel walkway gives off a natural vibe to a large outdoor space.

Gravel Walkway

Photo: home-dzine.co.za

Brick

Brick is a timeless choice for a walkway material. It’s a very flexible material when it comes to location, so they’re perfect for your garden, front walkway, and even the driveway.

Brick Walkway

Photo: hgtv.com

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete opens up the door to creativity to you. You choose your pattern, and color, without the higher cost of natural stone.

Stamped Concrete Walkway

Photo: oldtimeconcrete.com

Marble

These steps use Blue French marble to showcase an antique look. Mission accomplished.

Marble Walkway

Photo: stoneworkswholesaling.com