How to Add Intrigue to Your Outdoor Living Space with Paver Patterns
Various paver patterns can be used as an accent to accomplish a number of outdoor living design goals. From simple borders to elaborate inlaid designs, incorporating an accent of a differing paver style, texture, shape or color can add a creative touch to your outdoor spaces to improve both the form and function.
Whether an outer border or an inlaid border, bordering a paver field with a contrasting shape, color and/or texture can really make your pavers pop.
Several Belgard paver styles have coordinating circle kits that can be used to create simple or complex designs.
Create a dramatic entrance to your home through the use of design accents. You can do this by using multiple paver styles, or simply by using contrasting colors, shapes and/or laying patterns of the same paver style.
Inlaid Paver Rug Designs
Creating an inlaid faux rug design reinforces the outdoor room concept and helps define the space.
Paver patterns and borders can be used to indicate the transition from one outdoor room to another.
Borders and varying patterns can be used to interject creative touches here and there, which can add visual interest to a hardscape design.
Paver patterns can also be used to create intricate and creative designs. Keep in mind, however, that these types of designs require additional cutting and a highly skilled contractor.
For more on paver patterns, read our Trends in Paver Laying Patterns blog.
Next week’s blog: Fall is the perfect time for cooking outdoors, especially when you have this foolproof recipe for smoked brisket.
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