Nifty little tips and tricks that will help you transform a space (without spending the earth) are never unwelcome. So, today we're going to let you in on some great ways to upgrade your patio.
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But packs a big style punch.
Be bold and use something unexpected!
Lends itself to plenty of green opportunities.
For an organic look that nobody else will have.
They look amazing and offer decent weather cover.
Add some romantic drapes and lights to create an outdoors social space.
Fill your space with full-to-bursting pots!
With a coat of super bright paint.
Even a tiny space will benefit.
And won't take much effort to create. You can even use old pallets!
For a modern look.
Bear in mind, you might need shade-loving blooms.
But you can style them up with innovative ideas, such as gabion bases.
To create numerous little terraces.
Have a look at these Perfect Patios...
Plaza paving in Salt (Silver) with Pepper (Slate) edging (Mile Stone kerbs + walling in Slate, Country Cobble paving in Corrib and a Lanyon brick fireplace in Oranmore)
Manor Stone flags in Glenarm (with Country Cobble edging in Cashel + Slate, Mile Stone walling in Slate and Regal Stone walling in Canelletto)
River Stone paving in Slaney with Blackwater detailing + steps tread (Bullnose Kerb Setts steps riser in Slate Non-rumbled and Aspen Stone walling in Basalt)
River Stone paving in Slaney with Blackwater edging + steps tread (Bullnose Kerb Setts steps riser in Slate Non-rumbled and Aspen Stone walling in Basalt)