5 Features To Combine With A Paver Patio

By Caleb Contois, January 28, 2022

1. SEAT WALL

A seat wall is included in many patio designs because it serves a functional purpose while also being a beautiful addition to the overall aesthetic.

The basic components making up this seat wall are the Brussels Block that make up most of the wall, the layer of dark copthorne, and the caps which are glued on top with Loctite PL 500.

Most of the components listed are Unilock products.

The Brussels Block and Caps can be found here.

The Copthorne can be found here.

Loctite PL 500 can be found in Lowes, Home Depot, etc.

2. Outdoor Fire Pit

An outdoor firepit is the perfect feature to complement a seat wall.

The basic components making up this fire pit are the Old Quarry that make up most of the wall, the dark layer of Copthorne, and the caps which have been cut and glued to the top to create the circle. In the center, lava rock is being held by a metal plate and the gas is being run from a line that connects to the homeowner’s gas line.

Most of the components listed are Unilock products.

The Olde Quarry can be found here.

The Copthorne can be found here.

The plate, lava rock, and hook up was installed by The Gas Connection.

3. Outdoor Pizza Oven

Are you a fan of pizza? Ever wonder what an outdoor pizza oven would look like?

The basic components that make up this outdoor pizza oven are the Olde Quarry and Copthorne that store the wood, and a dark granite surface upon which the pizza oven rests.

The Olde Quarry can be found here.

The Copthorne can be found here.

The granite was purchased from Granite Imports.

The pizza oven was purchased from the BBQ Guys.

4. Pavilion

A pavilion is a great way to add a touch of nature to your paver patio. The shade provided from a pavilion is useful for open backyards.

The basic components that make up this pavilion are the pre-cut pieces of real Redwood and the metal structure which extends down into a poured-in cement base and is screwed to the base of the legs for added support.

This pavilion is made from the ForeverRedwood company, and can be found here.

Outdoor living space with covered patio, pavers floor, seating area, fire pit, and green lawn.

5. Low-voltage Lighting

Outdoor lighting can be combined with any of the previous features to create a stunning aesthetic as the sun sets.

The basic components of running low-voltage lighting throughout a design are the low-voltage lights, which are produced by Volt.

Conclusion

There are many options available for those looking to personalize their outdoor hardscape project. Take these features and make them your own by choosing the type of material, color scheme, and installation location. Our hope is that the features listed in this blog will assist you in creating your own custom piece of paradise.

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