02 Aug Choose the Right Path | Landscape Walkways
Schmechtig Landscapes | Aug 2, 2021
Make stepping into your garden or side yard a thing of beauty.
Whether you plan on adding a traditional entryway path or a whimsical garden walkway – Schmechtig Landscapes can create an attractive and functional feature that you and your guests will surely admire.
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Create a winding walkway or charming garden path through your property and enjoy the natural beauty that it brings. Being a product of the earth, natural stone adds a native element to your landscape that is not only purposeful but aesthetically pleasing. The most commonly used materials are Flagstone, Fieldstone, and Limestone.
If you want to achieve a more polished or minimalistic approach, pavers are a fantastic solution. Design a pathway through your yard with a fun and fresh flair! With pavers, you can create a checkerboard layout, diamond pattern, or casual grass path. A paver path delivers a modern finesse that will enhance your outdoor presence, as well as connect your exterior spaces. Let’s design an effortless and/or decorative corridor that will truly compliment your property and inspire your guests.
If you are marveling at the idea of adding gravel into your landscape – our answer is GO FOR IT! Gravel is a budget-friendly alternative that will make a huge impact on your home’s curb appeal. Pea gravel is the more affordable option. For a formal flair, incorporate crushed bluestone, as this versatile stone will beautify any space or entrance. Encase your gravel path in a brick border or add some decorative diamond pavers. The possibilities are infinite.
BRICK | COBBLESTONE
Add instant charm with rustic cobblestone or a classic brick for a more traditional feel. Both options are sure to bring a welcoming quality to your landscape. There are countless design options available… boost visual interest with a basket weave or herringbone pattern or keep it simple with a basic brick layout. Brick is commonly used for bordering, edging, and framing footpaths, driveways, and patios. This technique adds texture and decorative accents to your landscape features.
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