Does Your Driveway Make An Impression, Or Is It…Just A Driveway?November 25th, 2020 | by codyallen
For many homeowners in the Bay Area, a driveway is simply that; a space that allows you to drive up closer to your home, nothing special. As interlocking concrete paver experts servicing the entire San Francisco Bay Area, we know your driveway can make a huge impact on how others perceive your home and its curb appeal. You want the exterior of your property to be as appealing and welcoming as possible. A driveway that’s distinctive can help you achieve a look everyone who passes by will envy!
If you have a concrete driveway as most homeowners do, it’s just another driveway – nothing anyone notices or pays attention to. Considering concrete pavers are available in a huge array of shapes, sizes and colors, you have the ability to create a unique look that stands apart from all the others in your neighborhood. Whether you prefer a modern look, traditional, country, or other style, you can accomplish any look you want.
Add a curb to your driveway for “real” curb appeal. Imagine a curb that outlines the distinct lines or curves in your driveway, or holds flowers, shrubs or other foliage that defines your driveway while lending further to your landscape. The possibilities are endless. Color, dimension, texture – it’s amazing what you can achieve.
Mix patterns, size and color for a work of art. You don’t think of your driveway as a place where you find unique designs, but it’s possible. Geometric patterns, circles, squares, contrasting or complementary colors within the artwork in your driveway; why settle for plain and ordinary, when you can take a space that’s meant to be functional to the next level? Today, a driveway isn’t just a driveway – it’s an element of your landscape that can either detract from its beauty, or add to it.
At The Paver Guys our Bay Area interlocking concrete paver professionals not only perform the installation, we’re also experts in design. For a landscape that’s anything but typical or ordinary, give us a call. Average isn’t in our vocabulary!