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Monday, 21 August 2017 19:45

A Paver Patio In Liberty, MO

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This patio is simplistic in style, but makes a big impact on the backyard. These homeowners didn’t want anything too “frou-frou”. They wanted a space where they could entertain with friends, and unwind after a long day at work. The patio is shaped like a rectangle, bu

t has a curved edge near the fire pit. This creates the perfect cozy nook for lounge chairs. 

At Hinkle Hardscapes, we believe fire pits and patios go together like peanut butter and jelly — and this project is no exception! These homeowners opted for a wood-burning fire pit, a great option for almost every backyard.

The patio runs the length of the back of the house and is 42ft x 15ft, giving the homeowners plenty of space for lounging, dining, and enjoying the fire pit. The pavers that were used are Belgard’s Cambridge Cobble in the shade Burnt Amber.

Every backyard needs some personality! It’s fun to jazz up your outdoor living space with colorful pottery and throw pillows! These items can be easily swapped out every season to give it a completely new look. We love what these homeowners did here.

If your yard has a slope, chances are high that you’ll need a retaining wall before you can install a patio. This one was installed using Belgard’s Weston Wall stone in the color Brittany Beige.

Hinkle Hardscapes serves all over the Kansas City area! From Liberty to Overland Park, Leawood, and Lee’s Summit, we look forward to working with you!

Are you ready for a FREE estimate for your outdoor living project? Fill out our contact form and one of our expert team members will give you a call.

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