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February 25, 2020
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Create your own private sanctuary by planting hedges and using fences or walls.
-- Create a curved pathway leading to your patio so you only get a glimpse of it from the yard.
-- Use bright colors, such as orange, red, and yellow, to draw attention to flowers instead of your patio.
-- Plant a tree near your patio so you can relax under the tree's leafy canopy.
Add interest, even if all you have are plain concrete pavers, by playing with geometric shapes.
-- A mixture of paver shapes and sizes in an irregular layout adds drama.
-- The gateway effect created by two wide pillars makes the patio feel larger by creating distinct spaces.
-- Placing furniture on the lawn integrates the lawn into the patio area -- creating a more spacious feel.
Create a high-end modern feel by ultizing contemporary style.
-- Stair-stepped planters hold architectural grasses.
-- A water feature echoes the planters' shapes, repeating the theme.
-- A gravel patio helps break up the white-painted concrete blocks.
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