We at Green Thumb Industries LLC have installed walkways and pathways here in Greenville and in the neighboring cities of Parker, Gantt, Berea, Wade Hampton and Mauldin. Most of our clients have opted for different designs and materials so that their walkways could become a part of their design concept.
Our long-term clients in Taylors, Greer, Simpsonville, Easley and Spartanburg have also used their walkways to set the scene and add a touch of charm and whimsy to their landscape.
Custom Paver WalkwaysWalkways can be a beautiful addition to your landscape. We usually recommend our clients to use these to define their outdoors, to create interest and intrigue with the seemingly simple structure. To achieve that, the combination of the right design and material is important.
- Stone: As paving material, stone is very popular. It has an organic, natural look that can become a part of your landscape. Stone pavers come in different earth tones and shapes and when laid properly, they enhance the look of your yards and gardens. Depending on how you apply it and the type of stone you use, the walkway can appear rustic, natural or clean and modern. Stone is, however, the most expensive paving material on the list.
- Brick: Brick is a very popular material for walkways and driveways. They have a traditional, wholesome appearance that can add a rustic charm to your property. The material is comparatively less expensive than stone but offers the same level of durability. The red brick walkways can also blend in well with the landscape, becoming a great addition to your gardens and yards. Brick walkways are also very easy to repair and maintain, making them a great choice for your home.
- Concrete: If you want versatility, concrete pavers are the way to go. They come in a variety of different shapes and sizes, allowing you full rein on the kind of design you want to implement. These pavers are immensely popular because they’re durable, easy to maintain and offer different design options.
Shape and DesignYou can incorporate a different look by just changing the way the pavers are laid. If you have a walkway that forms a curve and leads into a destination that’s not immediately visibly, you add a sense of mystery and intrigue. A straight, wide path can look formal and grand. Narrow, weaving paths that move along the landscape features naturally, add a more organic appeal.
When you’re considering paver walkway designs, keep in mind that walkways need to be broad enough for two people to walk side-by-side comfortably. If you have more questions or need a quote for building walkways, give Green Thumb Industries LLC a call at 864-483-7324. We’ll be happy to hear from you!