At this stylish home, a long covered walkway leads out from the front door, connecting directly to the driveway. Using the same pavers in all the areas—only in different sizes—creates a harmonious look.
This Atlanta home sits near the governor’s mansion, an interesting juxtaposition given that the verdict is still out on the “greenness” of synthetic lawns. It can earn both businesses and home LEED points and it looks great between pavers. Sounds like one for the win column.
The walkway leading up to this Illinois residence is lined with perfectly manicured grass and vibrant pink flowers that usher guests into this elegant home. Made of asymmetrical gray stone pavers, the natural color of this walkway perfectly complements the vibrant colors of the landscaping.
This overhead shot captures the gorgeous design and comfortable planning of this stunning poolhouse. A large covered patio sits aside the home with a bar and dining area. On the spacious lawn, geometric pavers turn the grass into an artistic statement.
A dazzling white dual-purpose deck stands out against the lush green lawn and stone fire pit in a design that includes Trex Transcends decking featuring a rain escape system with hidden downspouts, Azek railing posts and Techno-bloc pavers. Trey Transcends decks are easy to maintain with soapy water and soft brushes for cleaning. If removing ice or snow, use a plastic shovel. To remove hard water mineral deposits, use white vinegar or a product recommended by the manufacturer.
A once sloping side yard with drainage issues has been reimagined as a garden design showcase with distinct border accents and areas for outdoor entertaining in the style of a Savannah-Charleston coastal home.
Around the corner from the formal lawn and brick retaining wall is the gated entrance to the side yard (on the right side of the house). New grass, pavers and boxwoods add a welcoming touch to the landscape design.