Styles of Patio For Your Garden

Styles of Patio For Your Garden

If you are looking into laying a patio in your garden, there are so many different styles to think about.

First off, you’re making a great decision, as patios are:

  • Easy to maintain
  • Long-lasting
  • Available in a range of styles and colours to suit any garden

There are so many patio designs available, from intricate patterns to minimalistic design choices. In this article, we are going to explore styles of patio laying that you might want to make use of in your garden.

Things To Think About First:

One of the main things to think about is how much space you have in your garden for a patio.
If you only have a small amount of space to work with, complex mosaic patterns or a brick-style patio might not be the best fit, as they could make the area look more cluttered and cramped. On the other hand, if you have a large surface area you might be better able to experiment with statement-making patterns. Once you’ve got a good idea of what space you have to work with, here are some of your options…

Split Level Patio

Whilst this isn’t a style of stone laying, it is a type of patio you might want to consider.
A split-level patio is a great way to introduce separate areas into your garden. You might use a split-level patio to divide your dining area from your sunbathing area. A split-level patio also adds a bit more depth to your garden, as opposed to your garden existing in one plane only.

Brick Patios

Brick patios are popular for both driveways and gardens as the bricks hold their colour well and also offer great cost effectiveness/longevity. Brick patios can work well in all kinds of properties, from period homes to contemporary houses.

Mosaic Patios

A mosaic patio is a great choice if you love making a statement. A mosaic patio can be a focal piece in your garden. You could opt for a simple pattern or you can really embrace your wild side and have the mosaic laid in the shape of a logo/picture/particular piece of artwork.

Stone Patios

A stone patio is the epitome of classic design.
There are so many types of natural stone available that you can play around with colour and texture, from the muted tones of limestone to dark and brooding slate. Natural stone can cost a bit more, as it will need to be quarried and shipped to you, but this is a great patio choice if you are looking for something that will last a lifetime.

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