Basic, organic, and rustic—these are the top 3 qualities brick easily provides as a patio surface material. Brick has been used as a building block for homes and outdoor spaces since time immemorial. Still, designers find a way to incorporate this easily recognizable patio material in the most unique ways. In this article, we list 3 new approaches to laying bricks as your patio surface material.
Bricks can be laid down in different patterns: from a basket weave to gentle curves. Just like Dorothy on her way to the Wizard of Oz, create winding pathways that invite people to discover what’s lurking at the end of the trail with neatly laid down bricks as your patio surface material.
Perimeter fence or border
Bricks are sturdy components that can easily be used as a perimeter fence or border for your garden plots and outdoor sections. Its bright red color naturally attracts the eye and gives a warm vibe to your outdoor space. This will also naturally highlight your raised garden plots. And even if the bricks were to get chips and dent, one great thing about it is that these imperfections on its exposed layers will only further give it a rustic appeal.
If you want to make a grand entrance, there’s no better material to use than good old brick. With its rustic look that only gets better with age, its imposing façade and striking color welcomes one and all with a warm, inviting vibe.
While using brick as a patio surface is quite commonplace, these 3 new spots are also areas where bricks can truly shine and breathe a new design to these often-overlooked areas. Give shape to your outdoor spaces and mold it with interesting focal points by using bricks.
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