There are no houses without paths to them. Paths are laid for
the convenience, beauty and completeness of the site. The material
can be used in a wide variety. This collection contains photographs
of brick garden paths.
A narrow path made of kiln bricks winds between flower beds.
A brick can be laid in such a pattern: three in parallel and one
linking them from one side to the other.
This road strip is laid in five rows of bricks with the front
side framed with the back up.
The standard herringbone masonry can be decorated with circles
of half bricks.
Old brick can also be useful for paths. Gray slabs harmoniously
fit the tone of the stones.
An old brick path stretched across a green lawn.
The walkway to the square-shaped house goes into the porch.
The path is made of monolithic square slabs made of brick.
The aged wood and rough brown brick are combined warmly and
This trail will definitely lead to a fabulous house. The canvas
is divided into squares in which plants, stones and bricks
Brick islands are embedded in small pebbles.
Here the borders and the pattern of red brick are framed by
small, light rubble.
The lack of geometric smooth edges makes the track only
Broken uneven bricks can also fit into a flat path.
Amazing pattern created by natural stone and man-made brick.