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Monday, 27 March 2017 20:05

Stamped Concrete Or Pavers? Why Not Both?!

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When it comes to patio designs and materials, your options are practically endless.  These homeowners wanted a patio that incorporated a variety of textures. Ken Gibson, our Senior Hardscape Designer, came up with a game plan for this family to have the best of both worlds

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These homeowners wanted something unique for their backyard. This semi-circular fire pit definitely does the trick! This kind of fire pit is functional, and doesn’t take up much space at all.

A semi-circular fire pit is a perfect addition to an existing seating wall. If you’re trying to maximize your space, but still enjoy the warmth of a fire, this set up is a great option.

A patio with a combination of stamped concrete and pavers can give the space a ton of character. This option is ideal for those who are wanting to structure separate areas in their outdoor living space. In this case, one portion of the patio is reserved for dining, while the other provides a cozy nook for the fire pit. We can’t decide which part we like best!

This stamped concrete patio is in the color Mesa. The stamp arrangment is called Ashlar Slate.

A retaining wall was necessary for this backyard. It’s important that a patio will not only look beautiful, but that it will be functional for years to come.

If your backyard has a slope, it will most likely require a retaining wall. For those of you who are curious, the wall is made with Belgard stone in the color Aspen Blend.

When you book your appointment with Hinkle Hardscapes, know that your outdoor living project is in good hands. We aren’t going to rush through the job, just to get to the next one. Every single project is handled with the same care and precision, no matter the size. From Overland Park to Leawood and Lee’s Summit, we’ve worked with over 3,500 Kansas City homeowners over the past decade. We’d be honored to have the opportunity to create a memory-making outdoor living space for you! Contact us today for a free consultation with one of our hardscape designers.

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