4 ways to metamorphose your garden with natural stone

27 of February '24
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  1. You can use granite palisades to mark out flower beds and paths.
  2. Before creating paths, consider which areas you use most often.
  3. Limestone tiles used to create a path should be about 2 cm thick.
  4. Choose stone tiles with a non-slip surface to use the paths all year round.
  5. For more interesting information, visit the home page of the PdD portal

Spring is fast approaching. This is the perfect time for changes in the garden. Check out how you can use natural stone to create a space where you will enjoy spending sunny days.

Palisada granitowa to świetny sposób na wydzielenie poszczególnych stref w ogrodzie

Granite palisade is a great way to separate individual zones in the garden

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Clear division

Split palisades allow you to easily and aesthetically delineate flower beds or a zone for a fireplace. They are also a great solution for delineating lawns and paths. Thanks to them, you can clearly separate the different areas of the garden, which gives it a neat and aesthetically pleasing appearance. What material should solid palisades be made of? The best choice is granite, which is durable, strong and resistant to weather conditions. Granite palisades will also work well for creating decorations. You can use them to make small walls, arches or columns.

Za pomocą palisady łatwo oddzielisz rabaty od trawnika

Using palisades you can easily separate flower beds from the lawn

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Delineating paths

If you plan to delineate individual functional zones in the garden and create walkways, take a look at stone tiles. For example, limestone ones would be perfect for that. They should be about 2 cm thick. However, it is worth remembering to choose a flamed texture. This will ensure that the stones will not be slippery and will also serve their function in winter. Before laying out the paths, pay attention to the natural flow of traffic. The walkway should lead as easily as possible to the most frequently used areas, usually it is the terrace, barbecue area or gazebo.

Do wyznaczenia ścieżek komunikacyjnych użyj płytek wapiennych

Use limestone tiles to delineate pathways

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Stone facade

Let's not forget about the facade. Although it is part of the building, it significantly affects the appearance of the garden. Stone is one of the most durable facade materials. It is most often found in the form of tiles made of slate. You can also choose elegant quartzite tiles. Stone can be used to create the entire facade of a building or highlight a part of it, such as covering the lower part (the so-called plinth), highlighting architectural details or framing windows and doors.

Kamień to świetny materiał na elewację

Stone is a great material for a facade

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