Paving the way to curb appeal


The owners of this home wanted to add curb appeal to their White Bear Lake residence. Their backyard already had plenty of appeal with a deck facing picturesque Birch Lake. So we designed a fresh look for their front entryway.

The first step was to remove the old sidewalk and widen the space.

The first step was to remove the old sidewalk and widen the space.

Then, the old concrete front stoop was clad in Willow Creek paving stones.

Then, the old concrete front stoop was clad in Willow Creek paving stones.

Precision cuts were made to accommodate the stair railings.

Precision cuts were made to accommodate the stair railings.

The trench for the sidewalk was lined with landscape fabric. Then 6 inches of base material was placed on it, topped with an inch of sand.

The trench for the sidewalk was lined with landscape fabric. Then 6 inches of base material was placed on it, topped with an inch of sand.

VERSA-LOK retaining wall blocks were used to extend the bottom step to create a graceful curve in the sidewalk approach.

VERSA-LOK retaining wall blocks were used to extend the bottom step to create a graceful curve in the sidewalk approach.

The final pavers were laid in place . . . .

The final pavers were laid in place . . . .

… and this brick bungalow has a fresh, new look!

… and this brick bungalow has a fresh, new look!​
… and this brick bungalow has a fresh, new look!

Special financing available. This credit card is issued with approved credit by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Equal Housing Lender. Learn more.

Convenient financing options available subject to credit approval. Ask your designer for details.

Financing is provided with approved credit by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., an Equal Housing Lender. Ask for details.

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