I cannot emphasize enough how much paver patio ideas can really make or break a pool design. I think that a lot of homeowners (even even some less experienced designers) focus on the pool itself rather than the deck and surrounding areas. Sure the liner, lighting and any decorative water or fire features are an important factor to the design; however, all of these high end looks are really achieved by balancing everything out with stunning outdoor patio designs. My favorite part about this property is actually the simple bleached sandstone deck that wraps beautifully around the curvatures of the deep indigo wading pool. The subtle color palette of these backyard paver ideas blends brings out the dusty tan shades of the mountains in the distance and reflects the sunlight, resulting in a design that actually enhances the natural beauty of the yard rather than distracting from it.
I never realized how much simply swapping out paver patio ideas could dramatically change the look of our home. I know that upgrading the flooring out there would certainly make things look more update and may even give a more modern twist to our current patio designs, but doing this remodel was absolutely transformative to the overall look out there. All of our furniture and other landscaping elements are basically the same, the only thing that we changed was getting bolder colored pavers to tie in with the stone exterior of our home. My neighbor (who is an interior designer) suggested looking into patio tile ideas like this because they are super easy to maintain and can really elevate the space.
I love the subtle color play of these neutral grey paver patio ideas that they used on this south Florida home. I feel like, down here, once you have seen one backyard design you have seen them all. There is not a ton of variation when it comes to what you can do with a fairly small yard, single lap pool, and a bit of greenery. However, this homeowner managing to incorporate slightly more exciting pool patio ideas than I have been seeing recently. My favorite part is how the flagstone patio blends in effortless with the cedar shake and hardboard siding of nearly the same color. This makes a clean a neutral foundation to the design and allows the gorgeous periwinkle blue fabric and lush green palms really shine.
I don't know it is the style of photography used here or what, but these dark and moody paver patio ideas are really something else. This yard actually reminds me of an awesome ruin that my husband and I explored on our honeymoon. There were stones stack in geometric patterns all over the mountainside of this very remote island in Ireland. They used them as natural (and very sturdy) fences for livestock, but I think that it would be a very cool concept translate to stone patio ideas. The deep coloring of the stone and the geometric stack design built into the mountainside is very reminiscent of this, and I like how the pool liner reflects the deeper color palette that they used.
If you are in to paver patio ideas for your backyard, then this is definitely the house for you. I personally really like how they cleared away most of the grass and replaced it with gorgeous multi-zone paver patio designs that really tie together all of the elements of the property from the outdoor living space off of the kitchen, to the large pool and spa, and the courtyards on both sides of the home. A property like this could look disjointed if you did not carefully strategize how to blend together the entire space and encourage traffic flow among all of the individual spaces. In my opinion, it was the use of patio pavers throughout that really tied together the entire outdoor entertaining space and gave it a very elegant and mission-style look that that coordinates so well with the architecture of the home.
I have heard a lot of people say that they thought that paver patio ideas were concentrated to the backyard, but I actually like to extend this material to front areas in order to create a very cohesive look throughout the entire property. Walkway pavers are no different than what you would typically use for a patio or pool deck, and actually work really well for this application because of their versatility. You can create just about any curvature that you would like without having to lay the complex supports for a poured concrete design. Paver designs are much easier and less expensive to create, but a look like this can be achieved in just a weekend.