meatloaf said:Here's a quick photoshop, larger rocks might make it look better. I do like your idea though.
That might just do the trick, and less work and much less $$ than overlaying the whole thing with stone!adam_ said:Maybe I'll power wash it and then stain it a gray-ish color to blend better w/ the rock.
Riles_J said:I guess I never really got the background on why you are installing a walkway. I gather you have use this frequently to maintain your pool or something along those lines. Is this a walkway that is going to be used infrequently and just by yourself, or will it receive frequent traffic?
The upgrade was a definate improvement but I would still vote for putting one large stone about where your landscape lights are on each end and then one large stone right in the middle where the planting are. Then there would be no need to do the stone veneer thing. Would that give you enough room to negotiate that area? You have a wonderful looking waterfall feature and keeping in looking very natural would be my vote. I would be trying to achieve a walkway that noone could even tell was a walkway, if you follow me.
Just my .02
TxSkye said:I copied a couple pics and started playing before I saw page 2 and meatloaf's photoshop redos. Here's what I came up with in Paintshop
TxSkye said:Hint taken :lol: This should give you an idea what it would look like stained grey. Though I have to admit, I prefer the stone look. Would you have to go with full stones, or maybe you could use a stone veneer over the wood?