Your Guide to Paver Patterns
When it comes time to hire a paver contractor to help you build a new pool deck, patio, driveway, or more, there are a number of important decisions that you will need to make. Among those decisions is deciding what paver pattern you will use. Thankfully, there are a wide range of patterns to choose from. This means that you will have plenty of exciting variety as well plenty of room to make your next paver construction unique and entirely your own – whether you are installing pool deck pavers, planter wall pavers, walkway pavers, or anything in-between. To help you select the ideal paver pattern for your next project, we thought we’d take the time to discuss some of the more popular ones that you will have available to choose from.
As simple and straightforward as it gets, this paver pattern entails simply laying pavers horizontally in a straight line to create a row. The second row is then lined up with the first row and the process is repeated for a pattern that is simple and uniform. While the stack bond pattern isn’t the most intricate pattern available, it is a clean-cut design that can look great in the right application.
Like the stack bond pattern, a running bond pattern entails laying the first row of pavers horizontally in a straight line. Unlike the stack bond pattern, though, ensuing rows of pavers are offset. This pattern is the pattern you will typically see used on brick walls, and it is a popular and attractive pattern for pavers as well.
A basket weave paver pattern entails creating a row of pavers by alternating between laying two pavers horizontally on top of one another and two pavers vertically side by side, creating squares in both instances that are used to create a row. The result is a pattern that mimics the pattern of a hand-woven wicker basket.
The 45-degree herringbone paver pattern is created by laying pairs of pavers that are offset at a 45-degree angle. The result is an elegant and intricate-looking pattern that is sure to make for an eye-catching addition to your landscape.
The 90-degree herringbone paver pattern is identical to the 45-degree herringbone paver pattern except for the fact that it consists of paver pairs that are laid at a 90-degree offset angle. Like the 45-degree herringbone paver pattern, the 90-degree herringbone paver pattern is an intricate-looking design that is very easy to appreciate.
Let Titan Pavers Help You Choose the Best Paver Pattern for Your Next Project
At Titan Pavers, we are able to lay pavers in any pattern that you desire. This includes popular patterns such as those listed above as well as less-common paver patterns and even custom paver patterns that you design yourself.
Whether you are building a paver patio for your home, paver walkways for commercial establishments, or anything in-between, you can count on the paving and hardscaping experts at Titan Pavers to get the job done right.