WHERE TO START
Thinking about your existing home and garden is a good place to start. How does the current situation limit your options? Are there already a lot of different colours, textures and patterns in the building, garden and surrounds? What about the existing environment? Do you already have stones in your yard? What colours and textures work? If the garden already has a wide variety, would it be better to use stones, as a common thread, to draw everything together? It is usually best to keep things simple and use the same type of stone throughout the area. Variations can be made, if needed, by using different stones from a complimentary range, such as Cobbles, Riverstones, glacial chip and stone fines. It is a good idea to think about how you want the area to look in a few years time.