Have you decided that you want to add drama to your landscaping this spring? Perhaps this is something you have wanted to do for a long time. Now that you are pretty much isolated at home because of restrictions during COVID-19, you finally have the needed time on your hands to work on a landscape design.
Start By Ordering Pavers - One thing that will add pizzazz to your landscaping is the use of brick pavers in different areas of your front and back yards. The good thing is that you can place your order online or by phone, and the pavers will be delivered right to your home.
Consider getting at least two different colors of brick pavers. Be sure that the two colors complement each other. For instance, if you select dark gray pavers, light gray would be a good second color. Red brick pavers would be a good match for white bricks that have specks of red as part of their design.
Be Creative With The Brick Pavers - Of course, brick pavers will be the ideal material to use for walkways. For example, a walkway from your back door to the patio area would be more interesting if you use one color of brick pavers for the main design and then enhance the walkway by placing a contrasting color of pavers on the outside.
- Do you have room in the front of your house to add a circular driveway? The concrete in the circular driveway would be enhanced if you use two colors of pavers in the area right in front of your house.
- Perhaps you have thought of surrounding bedding areas with the brick pavers, too. If so, alternate the two different colors to add interest.
- Consider adding a hardscape to your front or back landscape. Use one color of bricks for the center of the hardscape and surround it with the second color.
- Another idea is to place individual brick pavers in strategic places in your front and back yards. Place pots of different shapes on the pavers and fill them with different kinds of plants.
The facility where you buy your brick pavers will more than likely keep a careful record of the color of pavers you buy. That will mean that if you need more pavers, the salespeople will be able to provide you with the same color or colors you bought originally.
To learn more, contact a brick paver supplier.