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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by Mid-Ohio Scaper, Apr 12, 2009.
Here's a little boulder slab project for a customer of mine.
very cool! i wish we could build stuff like tht around here!
One more with a front shot of the house. Enjoy.
nice looking job.
looks great? will you be adding another level on the botton of pic 1 and 3?
The stone is very cool, and looks great around the house/pool area. But looks a little busy to me on the hill. Not sure if its becuase my eye sees the natural stone which has less lines or not.
Otherwise very cool looking.
thanks for the pics
Nope, he wanted to keep the natural bedrock exposed.
I kind of agree. I would like to have covered up the exposed bedrock with another bottom tear of slabs to stay more consistent with the slab look. Yet as we all know, the customer is always right.
It took me a little over a month just to do all of the stone work on his property.
I like it!
I think your varied symmetry looks better than a running pattern. Good looking installs!
Wow. What a beautiful property!! What kind of stone is that?