patio. Friday , March 31st , 2017 - 07:53:09 AM
To capture a rugged or outdoorsy feel, you need to use earthy and natural paving for your patio. Materials should be aged and weathered. So opt for natural, non-uniform stone paving, ideally with little grass patches and flowers poking through the cracks. Dark gray stone paving with light gray or white gravel underneath, makes an appealing contrast floor design. How about large hexagon shaped tiles in a bronze or reddish brown color? A standout flooring design is to use mosaic earth-colored flooring. To get a stabled look, how about an uneven red-brick flooring, with a pathway leading to a garden. Try using rough and aged stones. You can even use wooden planks as flooring in a sitting area and a stone pathway leading from it.
Once you select and buy your lawn and garden wooden furniture, ensure maintaining it properly by applying a protective coating of finish. This will keep it from deterioration when exposed to the weather. There are many protective finishes available in the market such as acrylic latex paint, exterior wood stain, and water-repellent preservative. By taking good care of your lawn and garden furniture, you will be able to enjoy the pleasure they provide for many years.
You can come up with your own ideas for small backyards, that work in spite of a small budget. Pick from the different ideas above and start working on your patio. With a little innovation and effort, you can make sure no one knows that your patio was built on a tight budget!
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