Natural Path Landscaping: Creating A Natural Work of Art Right Outside Your Door

Tom was our third vendor to provide a quote and it was clear from the start that he was our first choice. His vision for our project specifically and passion for his line of work overall was very impressive. When his quote was actually the lowest I was shocked, and it made hiring Natural Path Landscaping a very easy decision. It was Tom who recommended going with granite steps, and he was right – they look awesome! They really pop, and the granite lasts forever. His design for the front walk, with a bit of a curve and a curved bottom front step transform the entrance to our house. It came out better than we could have envisioned, looks straight out of a magazine or brochure.
— David Brown

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Granite steps with a two-tiered landing that incorporates the large granite rock.


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Define your entryway with brick basket weave pattern, shown here lined with granite cobblestone.


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A sloping walkway of concrete pavers combined with granite steps.


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Granite steps with old-fashioned drill holes.



Walkway of blue stone & granite edging enhanced with handcrafted copper landscape lighting.



1000 pound granite steps transform a difficult slope into a work of art.



Granite steps make the difficult transition up and across a slope.

A simple drip edge.



Patio combining 10" x 10" granite posts, granite slabs and jumbo cobblestones.

Large granite post to protect stonewall from snow plow.



Unique octagon granite with copper birdbath delivers great feng shui.

Octagon granite & bluestone patio provides a peaceful setting away from the city.



This was a steep driveway!

Create a work of art right outside your window.



New England fieldstone wall with granite flagging walkway.

Granite paving and steps make a grand entrance.



Walkway of concrete pavers curves perfectly to a large granite step and landing.



Granite posts support heavy granite edging to provide a base for a bluestone stepping stone walkway.


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12" x 12" x 9' Granite columns provide porch foundation and timeless beauty.

10" x 10" x 7' - 
800 pound granite 
hitching post
provides protection
from cars.

Simple granite mailbox post.

Curving walkway transitions from the 6' wide granite entrance to the 4' wide granite steps leading to the street.

Stone wall using large New England fieldstone, without mortar.

The view from inside shows an elegant granite landing with circular granite insert cut into the brick paving.

The space next to the existing driveway wall was not enough to accommodate these granite steps unless they were angled 10 degrees away from the wall, beginning with the top step. It was a difficult installation. In fact, it was the first time the granite company had heard of anyone doing this.

Water adds an extra dimension to your outdoor landscaping.