Anything is possible…we create unusual curvilinear patio shapes and meandering garden pathways in a variety of surfaces.

Stamped concrete patio, framed by a ledgestone seat wall, steps down to and contrasts with a Fiberon synthetic deck

PATIOS & WALKWAYS

  • Flagstone
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Tile
  • Exposed Aggregate
  • Brick

See our Patios and Walkways Portfolio Here

Details Landscape Art designs and builds beautiful outdoor patio landscaping. Our stamped concrete features a texture mat finish, showing veins, nooks and crannies and imperfect detailing. We include two colors – a base color and an accent color, and the result is a surface that looks like natural stone. We can also stamp with a variety of available patterns.

We build gorgeous flagstone patios and walkways, either mortared onto a concrete base or set in either compacted fill dirt or decomposed granite. There are several varieties available ranging from Arizona flagstone to Connecticut Bluestone to Multi-blend, and always with a matching grout color.

There are hundreds of outdoor tile colors and textures to choose from, and many brick types and colors as well as brick patterns. Exposed aggregate or broom-finished surfaces are available with or without integral color.

Our concrete work usually includes a layer of road base which acts as a shock absorber. A grid of rebar is installed to prevent shifting in the event of hairline cracks, and score marks are cut to encourage the concrete to crack where we want it to crack.

In short, our patios and walkways are done beautifully, tastefully, and are built to last.

 

Read more in our blog

At Details Landscape Art, we love educating people about how to get the most out of their beautiful garden. You can search through our posts using the slider to the right.

We have several topics on Patios and Walkways for your garden in our blog library, with more added every week, so take a look and be sure to check in again soon.

East Santa Rosa Featured Garden

In July 2018 Details Landscape Art, an east Santa Rosa landscape contractor, was called by a homeowner who had seen our work in the neighborhood. At our first meeting with the young couple and their small children, I was immediately impressed with how nice they were,...

Crushed Rock, Gravel and Stones

Details Landscape Art, a Sonoma County landscape contractor, uses a variety of hardscape materials, including crushed rock, gravel and stones. Depending on the application, we may use some or all of these products. It is important to distinguish and understand the...

How It All Began For a Local Landscaper

Scott Bradley is the owner of Details Landscape Art, a design-build landscape contractor in Sonoma County for almost thirty years. This is the second career for Scott who began his adult working life as a CPA and morphed into being a local landscaper during a mid life...

Fountaingrove Fire Victim Featured Garden

The devastating firestorm of October 2017 left thousands of homes burned to the ground and facing the long arduous prospect of rebuilding. Fire relandscaping was a brand new experience for Details Landscape Art. In fact, we had designed and build several beautiful...

Petaluma Hillside Featured Garden

This newer subdivision home was set on a hillside in west Petaluma, and had only minimal front yard landscaping. The front yard was small and flat, but the backyard was a steep slope falling away from the house at more than forty five degrees, and called for a...

West Petaluma Kid Friendly Featured Garden

Details Landscape Art received a call from a young couple with two small children who live in the historic west side area of Petaluma, asking for a kid-friendly garden.  A few blocks from downtown, the backyard was huge and hadn’t been touched in over forty years. It...

Santa Rosa (Montecito) Featured Garden

Details Landscape Art, a Santa Rosa landscape contractor, was called to rebuild a front yard landscape. Set in the cul-de sac of a quiet court, this Montecito neighborhood project was in need of a complete makeover. The driveway was cracked all over, the walkway from...

East Santa Rosa Featured Garden

Details Landscape Art, a Santa Rosa landscaper, was referred to this split-level project in northeast Santa Rosa, which badly needed landscaping help. The upper level of the backyard consisted of wall-to-wall grass, and an ugly concrete paver patio and steps.The lower...

Petaluma Featured Garden

On the east side of Petaluma, this project with no pre-existing landscaping, involved new construction for Details Landscape Art, a Petaluma landscape contractor. The home sits on a corner, with a three-sided front yard wrapping around from north to west. The front or...

Penngrove Featured Garden

Covered with scrub oak, and redwood and pine seedlings, this one-acre property with dozens of mature redwood trees in the background, sat on three different elevations. One of the challenges for Details Landscape Art, a Penngrove landscape contractor, was to...