Patio pavers are a timeless trend that enhance the aesthetic of your residential landscaping and increases the value of your home. Unlike concrete, paver patterns and designs are limitless and can be a creative addition to your backyard design.
Interlocking pavers for your patio or pavers firepit are durable, visually appealing, and require far less maintenance than a traditional concrete patio. Furthermore, the interlocking pavers can be repaired with ease, though damage to pavers is uncommon.
For your patio pavers project, consider these popular landscaping and pavers trends:
1. Tumbled Pavers
Tumbled pavers have an aged and worn appearance to give your landscaping a classic, historic look and feel. The pavers are placed in a machine that “tumbles” them around, which helps your pavers contractor to achieve this aesthetic. Tumbled pavers are just as durable and easy to repair as other variations of pavers. Distressed pavers offer a similar end-result.
2. Light Texture Pavers
Light texture pavers are exactly as they sound and are often recommended for a patio, pool deck, or walkway. Light texture pavers are easier to walk over and have a minimal textured surface. This option gives your backyard the look of elegance and are very natural in color and appearance.
3. Planter Wall
A planter wall is among one of the most unique ways to utilize pavers in the landscaping of your home. A planter wall is elegant and will beautifully highlight your hanging outdoor plants.
4. Circle Kit
Circle kit pavers are perfect for homeowners looking to highlight a specific part of their backyard. This design is often used to highlight the firepit as the central point of the backyard. If you don’t have a firepit, a circle kit can provide a beautiful walkway aesthetic.
Paver installation through Treeium is completely custom and helps homeowners determine what design, color, stone, pattern and finish is right for you specific project. Our managers specialize in providing each of our clients with a design concept completely unique to your home.
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Posted December 05, 2019
by Giuliano Franchi.