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Stone Pathway – Outdoor Living Tip of the Day

Stone Pathway Even a multilevel Outdoor Living project needs to have focus on each aspect of the space. The chocolate natural stone pathway was no exception. Edited several times until installed to perfection this customer could not be more pleased in Baxter Village in Fort Mill, South Carolina. [...]

Rustic Plains Chiseled Stepping Stones – Outdoor Living Tip of the Day

Rustic Plains Chiseled Stepping Stones Phase two for a fine gentleman Bryan Grimm. Some customers treat your great and others can even go beyond that to ensure that you feel wonderful. We feel blessed to work for Bryan again in Ballantyne. Phase one in 2019 was a paver patio, plantings, river [...]

Stepping Stones – Outdoor Living Tip of the Day

Stepping Stones Using these Rustic Buff stepping stones buried within the Bermuda grass makes and nice natural pathway from the paver patio to the front door. This Pineville, NC project will be completed today before the weekend. #mroutdoorliving Want More! We do outdoor [...]

Outdoor Bar – Outdoor Living Tip of the Day

Outdoor Bar Welcome to the Merritt Bar. This fabulous backyard Outdoor Living space has everything: Covered Porch, Paver Patio and Pathway, Bar, Grill, Vent, Kegerator, Fire Pit, Plantings, Drainage and more. The Outdoor Kitchen evolved into a masterpiece thanks to so many people: Mr. Outdoor Living Crew, BMF Construction, Will Merritt, Lisa A. [...]

Castle Buff Stepping Stones – Outdoor Living tip of the day

Castle Buff Stepping Stones The Outdoor Living Tip of the Day is Castle Buff Stepping Stones. Once in a while, you get invited into someone’s home and have the privilege to discover their hobby and passions. My obsession is our American National Parks. This customer in Waxhaw loves his model trains. Now, [...]

Stepping Stone Pathway – Outdoor Living Tip of the Day

Stepping Stone Pathway - Outdoor Living Tip of the Day Two pallets (about 4 tons) of TN Medium Flagstone were used to create a stepping stone pathway. These natural stones were laid out and individually cut into place within the new Fescue grass sod. The existing cracked brick pathway was broken. This project was [...]

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