Stairs by email@example.com · January 7, 2014 With many jobs we need to install steps or stairs when the grade is too steep. These are Tennessee Stone Slabs 3 feet wide, 6 inches thick and 18 inches deep. We can make steps out of the retaining wall block, but they can be steep sometimes. Here are some big chunks of Field stone used to make stairs. I like the natural look that this stone gives you. This type of retaining wall block makes a nice deep stair. I often have a deck altered with a set of wide stairs that open up to the new yard. These stairs were created out of thick slabs of Blue stone. They are not all uniform and more natural looking but do make a nice stair. Customer wanted stairs installed that matched the wall. Added some wood stairs to get to this space from the patio. Blue stone stairs. A very big drop using Blue stone slabs cut into stairs. Brick stairs. Stairs using the retaining wall block. Tennessee slabs, 3 feet wide. We built these stairs into the wall by putting a curve in the wall. Tennessee slabs, 4 feet wide. Built two steps into the wall out of Blue stone.