The pattern chosen by you for your paving plays as big role as determining color of your driveway, courtyard or garden path. From simple stretcher-bond to amazing radial patterns, you can easily create a huge variety of effects with your pavers. There is several type of paving options available. Following are some of the ideas on using paving patterns in the range of different contexts.
Basket weave paving
Basket weave is regularly found in traditional European style courtyards and driveway. This neat 2x2 basket weave pattern is normally bordered by using a header course in matching colors. The combination of delicately contrasting light and dark bricks defends the area from looking plain.
A stretcher bond paving pattern is one of the simplest paving designs. Depending on the land clearing area and the position of the viewer, the paving pattern could make an area look larger or smaller. In this instance, the pavers are laid lengthways that makes the path look longer that it actually is. A header course at the edge of the path assists defines the space.
Stretcher/header combo path
Alternating stretcher and header courses unite on this curving path to make a striking effect. Header courses in complementary colors add up visual variety and define different areas.
Herringbone patterns orients at 90 degrees so that the home tends to be less noticeable, creating more natural flow into your home. This driveway is laid in a herringbone pattern and is bordered by header courses in contrasting colors. Orienting pavers at 45 degrees to the house grabs attention to the area, turning it into a feature.
Radial driveway elaborates effect in achieved by rings of alternating header and stretcher courses. A section of herringbone paving forms the core of the driveway, as the complete area is bordered by a contrasting header course.
Large square and rectangular pavers have become extremely well-liked choice for outside entertaining areas in recent times. The owners of this patio have filled in the gaps among the pavers with river pebbles. Low-maintenance grasses could as well be used to add a textured effect between pavers. You can use the paving options as suitable to you. Happy Paving!