Is this the time of year when you want a revamped outdoor space with a great patio design? Creating your dream patio with stone tiles is an excellent way to start. So, if you are looking for some inspiration regarding designing your patio with stone tiles, you are in the right place!
At East Coast Fencing, we have prepared you a checklist for which patio style you need to choose to make it slip-resistant and how to use stone tiles.
A perfect patio design asks for the ideal stone tiles. Since you are to transform your garden into a dreamy oasis, patio block paving needs you to make careful choices throughout the design process. Whether you are after a complete outdoor overhaul or want to create a brand-new garden from scratch, be sure to use the right stones for your outdoor paved space.
Determine the space you want to pave
Determining where you want your patio in the garden area is your first course of action. Ideally, the place would be somewhere accessible and away from weather strain. Thus, you can make the most of your patio space.
Be sure to pick a private area so that you are more likely to enjoy the space to the fullest. For example, you may choose your patio area in the centre of the lawn. In that case, use garden patio tiles to make a garden pavement from your door to the patio area.
How will you use the patio?
While you are deciding on the shape and size of the patio, think about how you are going to use it later. Also, think about if you want the patio to be in the sunny or shaded area of the garden. For example, it should be a shady place if you intend to use your patio as an outdoor dining area. In contrast, if you would like a space to sunbathe, a sunny spot is what you should be looking for.
Consider the colours of the tiles too. Remember, darker colour outdoor stones will feel hotter under the feet, which may be uncomfortable in sunny spots.
The overall aesthetics and feel of the outdoors are essential too. For example, determine whether you would prefer more grass than paved paths or you like to have more patio than grass. Did you know that outdoor pavers with grass can give you the desired look and feel if you prefer both patio and grass? You may also leave some room for planting around the outdoor slabs to soften the edge of the patio.
Would you prefer a non-slip patio?
Maybe you have young kids or older people living with you; we suggest a non-slip pavement. Installing a non-slip patio would offer extra resistance under the feet for those more prone to trips or slips. You may want to consider garden pavers if you have a pool nearby or a hot tub. Thus, you can ensure safety for you, your family and your guests too. At East Coast Fencing, we source the highest quality paving materials that would add value to your property. Please feel free to contact us for further queries.