Sometimes yards start looking...dated. The bland open lawns and tired flower beds get a bit old after many years. That's why hardscapes made with porous pavement are making such headway in landscaping design. Paths, patios, and tracks provide an exciting design twist to a yard's look, and they refresh all the other elements in the landscape. StoneSet particularly is great for updating your yards look. Here are 3 reasons to touch up your yard with porous pavement hardscapes using StoneSet.
Colour Choices And Creative Designs
Stoneset can be made into surfaces of any shape. It can make patios that fit the back of any house and paths that go anywhere. To add to your design options, there are 6 colours to choose from. This lets you customise your look. Want to evoke an English rose garden? Bright white paths will match this look. Want a futurist style? Black and grey patios will be your friend. You can write messages on your patios, create geometric shapes on your paths, and go wild with the design. This means that your yard is practically guaranteed to be unique.
Hardscapes are natural focal points. They stand out against vegetation and break up landscapes so they draw the eye. This means that a small addition can renew your backyard completely. These effects can be subtle, too. A meandering path brings a whole new perspective to your plants without necessarily calling attention to itself. This improves the style in the long-term.
Practical, Yet Trendy
The drawback of many trends is that they often take a lot of work and time. They are designed to prove that you have resources to spare. This is not the case with hardscapes created with StoneSet. The most maintenance it needs is a brushing or a power washing once a year. It's hassle-free, and it even saves you money by allowing water to drip through it to the roots of plants.
If your backyard is starting to feel a little tired, StoneSet can be the product that perks it up. Contact us to see what a little hardscaping might do for your home.
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