10. Curve Ahead 

diynetwork.com

diynetwork.com

This traditionally beautiful path can be achieved with the help of some granite stepping stones and a neatly trimmed lawn. The best part about building this path is the fact that you can easily curve it in any direction you please. 9. Easy Access

http://www.architecturalgardendesign.com

http://www.architecturalgardendesign.com

If you’re tired of stomping down your grass when walking to the backyard, then this super easy DIY path may be a great solution for you. All you need is enough steppers to span the length of the house, and some bluestone chips to fill the space around them.
8. Bluestone and Brick

www.bruceclodfelter.com

www.bruceclodfelter.com

Similar to the “easy access path” listed earlier, this is another project that creates a super slim walkway to your backyard. To recreate this in your own home you’ll need a few bluestone slabs, bricks, and some patience.
7. Organic DIY 

www.ayardandahalf.com

www.ayardandahalf.com

This DIY path is probably the easiest one to recreate at home. To pull this off, you’ll need to lay some stepping stones. Next, to add an “organic flow” feel to your path cover the walkway with wood chips.
6. Modern 

www.rossnwwatergardens.com

www.rossnwwatergardens.com

This project is perfect for those DIYers that want to achieve a more “modern” look and feel with their pathway. To pull this off, you’ll need a few 18″x18″ architectural slabs laid as stepping stones.
5. Subtle Curves

diynetworks.com

diynetworks.com

Here is a look at another curved pathway that anyone can build in their own yard. To recreate this path you’ll need to wind some 24″ x 36″ bluestone steppers atop a bed of crushed stones.
4. Stone-Look 

http://www.rossnwwatergardens.com

http://www.rossnwwatergardens.com

Although not everyone is handy enough to pull this off, but if you are, then this beautiful slate path will create a very classy atmosphere in your yard. When done right, the pavers will create the effect of natural stone, without all of the extra cost.
3. Checkerboard 

diynewtork.com

diynewtork.com

The checkerboard path is not only a great way to save on supplies, but it’s also an effortless yet unique look that anyone can achieve. To really tie everything together, place some shrubs along the pathway, and you’re sure to turn necks.
2. Textured Geometry

modernbackyard.com

modernbackyard.com

This beautiful path is made from crushed rocks and bluestone. The layered texture appearance of the path is achieved through repetition. If you already have a path in your yard then you can replicate this look by covering up your already existing one.
1. Fairytale Path 

recreatedesigncompany.com

recreatedesigncompany.com

This path looks like a scene straight out of a Disney movie, and the great part is that it doesn’t require too much effort. To pull this off, all you need is a few garden decorations — enough to cover the length of the path.