Are you looking for a way to enhance your garden or landscape this spring? Pavers are one of the best ways to do just that and it won’t bust your budget either. Here we are going to look at a few different options of incorporating natural stone pavers that will enhance and still look natural.
Create A Path Or Walkway
Creating a path or walkway with pavers is a popular use today. You can have them placed close to each other to creates a square appearance. Or have them spaced out with gravel filling up the cracks or let the grass grow up for a cottage-feel.
Step On Up
Pavers are also used for creating steps from the yard to the patio or in a yard with a slope for an architectural flare. Pavers are a safer way to create steps because of their rough texture.
Have A Seat
With a sloped lawn, pavers can be stacked on top of each other and create a retaining wall to create different sitting areas for enjoying your yard. Or arrange pavers around your outdoor fireplace or your fire pit for extra seating.
Trim The Garden
A vegetable garden can be a wonderful thing to have for healthy eating, but they can look drab in between crops. Using pavers to create edging will dress up that garden area and make it a conversation piece while it marks where the garden stops, and the lawn starts.
Life-Size Checker Board
Use larger pavers and alternate grass with them to create a life-size checker board on your lawn!
The Uses Are Endless
These are just 6 ways to use pavers and keep your garden and lawn looking natural. With a little imagination and thought, you can create some of your own ways, or call a professional mason to give you some ideas.