We all love a garden path… whether winding or straight…neat as a pin, or overgrown with plants, garden paths lead our eye through a garden, and add charm and focus as well. Every garden needs a good pathway. If you are not in need of an actual walkway through your garden, consider a path to lead to a focal point, around garden beds to make the yard look larger, or simply to nowhere in particular to add some structure and design elements. Here are five great DIY garden paths you can do this weekend!
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This path is a real money saver… it only uses a small amount of large stone for the focal point of the path, then fills with inexpensive gravel.
Here is a simple yet effective gravel garden path with instructions and tutorial via Sunset.com
Stone pavers can be cut into the lawn easily and creates a natural look for any yard. Lay each paver on the lawn in its place, then cut around the stone into the sod with a sharp knife. Remove the sod, then drop the stone into it’s place.
This pathway was created by Funky Junk Interiors from recycled pallets. See how they created their pallet walkway.
Simple and easy if you have access to a saw and tree logs!
This path has a more modern vibe, and is created with gravel and modern tiles with small ornamental grasses planted throughout.