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Natural Flagstone Patio & Fire Pit

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The client requested a flagstone circular patio with a fire pit that would blend with the natural surroundings. We installed irregular blue flagstone slabs over a compacted stone base, using Gator Dust in the joints. The fire pit is surounded with ironstone boulders. The actual fire pit is recessed below the patio and lined with fire brick.
  • natural flagstone patio amp fire pit, outdoor living, patio, Flagstone Patio with Fire Pit Installed over a 6 compacted stone base and 1 layer of bedding sand Delaware County PA
Flagstone Patio with Fire Pit. Installed over a 6" compacted stone base and 1" layer of bedding sand. Delaware County, PA
  • natural flagstone patio amp fire pit, outdoor living, patio, Flagstone pathway leading to patio Delaware County PA
Flagstone pathway leading to patio. Delaware County, PA
  • natural flagstone patio amp fire pit, outdoor living, patio, We modified the existing walkway which was only a single slab wide Pea gravel was used in the joints and the walkway was lit with path lights from Focus Industries Delaware County PA
We modified the existing walkway, which was only a single slab wide. Pea gravel was used in the joints, and the walkway was lit with path lights from Focus Industries. Delaware County, PA
  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jan 26, 2013

    You posted :) Love this!!

  • Willow Gates Landscaping
    Willow Gates Landscaping Mohnton, PA
    on Jan 26, 2013

    You asked, right Miriam? :)

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jan 26, 2013

    I did :)

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy
    Karen - The Graphics Fairy Columbia, MD
    on Jan 27, 2013

    This is really great looking! Personally I prefer the look of a stone patio, over a deck any day of the week, and this one is gorgeous!

  • Willow Gates Landscaping
    Willow Gates Landscaping Mohnton, PA
    on Jan 27, 2013

    Thanks Karen! We don't often use flagstone, simply because of the cost. And in reality, concrete pavers are much more durable. But you just can't beat the look of flagstone! :)

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