Increasingly, the dacha is becoming a place for family and friends to rest. The plots are equipped with houses and outbuildings, recreation areas and flower beds. A place is also allocated for the vegetable garden, which acquires decorative qualities. All objects are connected by a communication network - tracks. They allow you to avoid dirt, create convenience for agricultural work, walks in the fresh air and are elements of a single landscape design of the backyard area. Let's get acquainted with the basic techniques of a beautiful and competent arrangement of walking paths for summer cottages.
What are they for?
The tracks differ in their functional purpose. Depending on this, certain materials are used, the width and laying technology depend on the purpose of laying the path. There are several main functions of communications in the country.
Entrance from the gate to the porch of the house
This is the front area of a private or country house, it is used most often. A wear-resistant material with good decorative qualities is appropriate here, which should be combined with the style of the main buildings, copy the material of the basement, have sufficient width (from 80 cm to 1.5 m) to calmly miss two people when meeting or ride a bike to the house. A flat surface is required.
When choosing a material for the main entrance walkway, preference is given to paving slabs, concrete slabs with decorative design, and natural stone.
Connecting the house and outbuildings
For this variety, the coating material is chosen to be strong, durable. The paths are best performed in a straight line (for example, for ease of movement with a wheelbarrow when carrying out garden work). Width varies from 80 cm to 1 meter. The surface of these paths should be flat, non-slip, comfortable for use in rainy or snowy weather.
In addition to the above materials, here you can apply a more affordable concrete pouring into the formwork. For better wear resistance, it is reinforced with a metal mesh. Artificial stone has proven itself well. It is much cheaper, is not inferior in performance to natural materials, has a lot of colors and imitates different structures.
Walking paths are made of lightweight materials: wood, sandstone with intervals of ground cover plants or sand, mosaic concrete slabs. These paths can be covered with pebbles, sand, tree bark. The width of the tracks differs in distance from the main communications and is calculated based on the size of the entire site. If possible, it is necessary to provide a width of 1 meter for walking together. To create a flair of mystery and romance in special corners of the garden, a width of a standard tile size of 35-50 cm is allowed. Any curved shape that emphasizes the relief of the soil or zoning of the garden is welcome here.
Natural materials in the landscape look natural and harmonious.
Paths between beds
Their function is to limit the adhesion of dirt during garden work, to organize the space of vegetable plantings. These tracks are made with a size of 50 cm, the material of manufacture can be very diverse (from rubber tires to plank coverings on logs). It is not at all necessary to make a sand and gravel cushion under these paths: most often they are simply laid on the ground.When replanning the beds, these paths can be easily transferred to a new place.
When arranging stationary high beds, the paths are covered with rubblelaid on black acrylic insulation. This material insulates them from weed germination, while moisture flows freely into the soil. Small gravel paths look aesthetically pleasing and last a long time. Paths of different functionality in the country can be decorated in the same style using the same material, changing only the width and shape of the paths. It all depends on the preferences of the owners, the size of the site and the price segment of landscape work.
An important stage in the improvement of the suburban area is the road and path network around the cottage and the adjacent territory. At the first stage of planning, future paths are traced. There are two approaches to tracing: if the building exists or the site is only being developed. In the already existing buildings, they are guided by the trodden dirt paths between objects. These trails are taken as a basis, applied to the site plan, given a technological size and the required curvature, or straightened a little for ease of use, while not violating the vector of the path itself.
To develop a new site, the necessary and desired paths are plotted on the plan. Better to do two or three options. According to these plans, they make orientation on the terrain, pass along these routes several times, evaluate the convenience of movement. They make changes depending on the relief or taking into account economic needs and the location of communications. In both cases, there are general factors that affect tracing.
The first to plan the necessary household paths:
- from the gate to the porch of the house;
- from home to outbuildings;
- to the vegetable garden area.
These communications are subject to the same requirements, the main ones of which are:
- wear resistance;
- required payload;
- sufficient width for the passage of small garden equipment;
- ease of cleaning from debris or snow;
- non-slip coating;
- lack of sharp bends.
Additional paths are necessary for communication with the recreation area or access to remote corners of the summer cottage.
The load on them is not as great as in the first case. Decorative and useful qualities do not require straightness or a particularly flat surface. Tracks can be made from scrap materials, use the inclusion of natural elements. Often they are given a deliberate curvature to lengthen the route or inspect certain landscape compositions. Width can also vary.
After tracing and determining the width of the transitions, the relief is studied. In order to protect against the formation of puddles on the surface, the slope must be observed. The soil in some areas will have to be poured. In others, choose to align the top layer. If the relief of the site is textured, has large differences in height, it may be necessary to build stairs or sample a large amount of soil with retaining walls to avoid soil shedding onto the track. In some cases, it is necessary to change the location of the track bypassing embossed depressions or ledges in order to avoid a large amount of earthwork.
Next, take into account the drainage device. For solid paths on a cement base, use the cross-slope method from the middle to the edges to drain the water. The middle is made slightly higher, the finishing material is laid in an arc to the side edges. The slope must be at least 15 degrees. Paths with more sparse laying of the finishing material on the ground, sand or gravel have natural drainage. When constructing a curb, it is necessary to lay special stormwater systems under the road surface.
The next planning step is to create a decorative effect.The communications network is not only of practical importance, but also an element of the landscaping of the personal plot.
Simple concrete paths are practical enough, but a network of gray boring straight lines is unlikely to please the eye. They should be given some curvature, for example, a sharp turn over a hill can open a beautiful flower bed.
Paths can be a means of visually changing the parameters of a site. A narrow, elongated section will look wider with a sinusoidal path across the section. In a short section, the coating material is best positioned along the track. This will visually lengthen the area. The transverse layout of the material will visually shorten the distance.
The color scheme of the finishing material is chosen at the planning stage. Here you need to rely on the main colors of the environment. A home surrounded by dark green coniferous trees will require gray, dark stone paths or a finish in the color of dried needles. The paving pattern plays an important role in the overall perception of the landscape. For example, country-style dachas can be decorated with brick or homemade mosaic paths. Children will love the soft rubber tracks from the tires.
Planning ends with the preparation of an estimate for the purchase of materials. The length of the canvas is calculated, multiplied by the width and the required amount of finishing material is obtained. It is worth considering the land works: will they be carried out independently or will it be necessary to involve equipment and specialists. For cement-based paths, take into account the presence of a sand cushion of 10-15 cm, interlayers of crushed stone, a cement-sand mixture in a ratio of 1: 6 (for laying slabs). If the tracks are made of different materials, estimates are made separately for different types of coverage. This is justified, as it is possible to achieve savings in resources using a simplified approach to the arrangement of secondary paths. To do this, consider the types of garden paths.
Types of garden paths
Garden paths are divided into two types: hard and soft.
Hard coatings are made of bricks, concrete tiles, clinker stone, flagstone, paving stones. Such coatings are used in parking lots, in the entrance area, on the main alleys of the site, between summer cottages.
A hard surface is chosen for paving a recreation area and some paths.
A special base is prepared for them.
The soil is selected to a depth of 25 cm, the bottom of the trench is tamped manually or mechanically by means of vibratory ramming. For the manual method, a special rammer is made from a log with a nailed cross bar instead of handles. The bottom of the trench is lined with geotextiles to isolate weeds. A layer of sand (5 cm) is poured, after tamping, a layer of crushed stone (from 5 to 10 cm) is laid on it, tamped and covered with sand.
After that, they spill water so that the sand fills well the voids between the stones. After drying, sprinkle with sand again with a layer of 5 cm, followed by a layer of cement-sand mixture (5 cm). A finishing material (natural stone, brick or slabs) is laid on this layer. They are rammed and covered with a cement mixture. Spill with water and re-fill with cement mixture until the desired leveling level is reached.
The soft coating on the paths is made of crushed stone, sand, wood, bark, rubber, marble chips, pebbles. Such paths are walking paths, although they are also used for caring for the garden. Grass and rubber are optimal for playgrounds. For a soft finishing material, you do not need to prepare a complex trench before laying. Here it is enough to remove the soil to a depth of 10 cm, tamp, cover geotextiles from weeds, pour 5 cm of sand and lay the finishing material.
From paving slabs
Paving slab paths have a universal purpose.Placed on a cement-sand mixture, they will perform excellently in the main driveway due to their high performance.
The tiles, spaced at some distance from each other with grass cushion gaps, will create a clean, dry path that is in tune with the natural landscape.
Pedestrian paths in the country can be beautifully combined from different materials, the main thing is that it is necessary to take into account the general style of the site design.
One and the same finishing material in a certain context can be a participant in retro styles and the most modern trends in landscape design at the same time. If you want to create a garden in a certain style, you should adhere to the following rules.
- For registration of the site in mediterranean style choose pebbles, tiles and sand. Country music blends perfectly with natural wood flooring. Forest areas are landscaped with paths made of stone, cobblestones and wood cuts. The use of crushed bark for backfilling paths looks interesting.
- Modern especially loves floral decorations and rounded smooth lines. Eco-style prefers paths of sand and stones, covered with fine gravel (without borders, almost invisible in the landscape).
- Wood and stone - traditional materials used for centuries to equip tracks. Today they are given special attention.
A striking example of the combination of a wide variety of materials is high-tech industrial style in landscape design. It combines glass and metal, concrete and plastic, water and stone. These materials can be arranged randomly and symmetrically. The main thing is the presence of a clear geometric pattern. The paths are strictly straightforward, the turns have a strict pattern. The coating avoids texture, the colors are restrained and monochrome. The most popular coatings are made of concrete and marble backfill with inclusions of glass elements, edged with metal. The aquatic environment is presented in an original way in this technological design.
The design of the paths has the same vivid uniqueness. in japanese style… While the high-tech style sharply distinguishes between the natural environment and the human habitat, the Japanese style includes a person in the natural landscape. The finishing materials here are natural stone and wood, plants and streams. The paths are combined with bridges and seating areas in a classic Japanese style.
Natural stone is of great importance. The stone has a deep philosophical meaning and is a symbol of distinctive ethnic design. The entire garden or a separate section of it is decorated with appropriate plants. The paths have gentle curves, the surface is decorated with pebbles, gravel and flat boulders.
The width can be arbitrary: from very narrow paths for contemplative lonely walks to wide dry rivers. Smooth and smooth paths are combined with yielding rapids.
From the same materials, you can create completely different style solutions for decorating a summer cottage.
Let's take a closer look at what materials can be used in the construction of suburban communications.
Different materials are used for the manufacture of tracks.
Traditional options for decorating paths in the country are natural and artificial flagstone. The stone has the maximum wear resistance, it is one of the most durable materials. It is not exposed to seasonal temperature fluctuations, has the necessary roughness, which ensures non-slip. Has a huge palette of colors. It is better to match the color to the color of the house or the basement: this compositionally unites the house and the garden.
Laying flagstone does not require special skills, you can do this work without the involvement of special workers. Arrange the preparation of soil for a hard surface, the stone is laid with a small gap (like a mosaic).
A stone covering does not require a curb, any bend in the trajectory can be performed.
The width of the path is easy to smoothly change throughout, which gives naturalness to the entire appearance of the garden and courtyard.
There are several types of natural stone: slate, quartzite, granite, sandstone, shungite. The stone at intervals filled with lawn grass creates a warm and comfortable transition through the area. The disadvantages of this paving include the high cost of the material. For a budget option, it is better to use paving slabs.
Paving slabs are not inferior to stone in strength. Distinguish between concrete and ceramic tiles. It can have a pattern, then it is laid out in the form of an ornament. It is a very colorful coating with excellent performance. Manufacturers offer tiles with a surface paint or completely colored (in the first case, the top layer may wear off after a few years).
For parking and the front alley, vibrolite tiles are used: they are more resistant to loads, for paths vibropressed is more appropriate. The tiles are produced in the form of bricks, rhombuses, coils of different colors. Smooth edges allow you to install a border that can be matched to the tone of the main pattern. The paving is carried out using the hard surface technology with a large variability of the pattern.
Clinker bricks are a durable hard surface. This material is not afraid of moisture, has an interesting range of colors and is designed specifically for tracks. It can be filled up with a cement-sand mixture. Another way is to backfill the top layer with soil and sow grass seeds, however, taking care of this coating is more laborious (you will have to remove weeds, and sow the grass in places of abrasion).
You can lay out various schemes from bricks, as well as from a parquet board.
For road surfaces, a special garden wooden parquet was created - decking. For its manufacture, wood of especially hard species or plastic is used, imitating various types of parquet layout of wood. Decking is produced in the form of slabs or individual planks, which are laid out on a prepared base in a certain pattern. The sections have dimensions of 35 x 50 cm or 50 x 50 cm, due to special fasteners they are connected to each other, they are laid on special supports. This connection allows you to model the track along the site relief.
You can assemble the parquet floor yourself. Using decking for decorating paths made of natural or polymer materials will not hit your budget. Decking requires the preparation of a concrete screed or sand and gravel pad. Garden parquet requires thorough maintenance, it must be protected from moisture, and regularly impregnated with special compounds. Especially valuable wood species need to be dismantled for the winter.
You can make your own hard pavement from reinforced concrete. Prepare a sand-crushed stone pillow. A metal mesh is laid on it. Formwork is installed and poured with a cement-sand mixture. The top layer can be decorated with pieces of old ceramic tiles, crockery shards. You will get a kind of colorful mosaic.
The original pattern can be laid out from multi-colored plastic bottle caps into cement that has not yet hardened. True, you will have to make an effort to collect them. However, the result will be striking and exclusive. If a river flows nearby, the surface of the concrete path can be laid out with bare stones or shells.
Various patterns and natural colors of the path will decorate the suburban area.
If there is a lack of finishing material, it is worth casting individual concrete slabs. It is worth preparing a pillow for the base in size, making a formwork in the ground and pouring concrete, the top will remain to decorate according to your taste and the availability of material.The combination of materials gives an excellent effect: this is how the monotony of one finishing material is broken. At the same time, high performance is maintained.
The advantages of modular tracks lie in the variety of shapes, the possibility of decorating them with improvised materials, giving color using a color scheme. Modular tracks are easy to repair by replacing modules. They can be made gradually, lengthening the track as needed. Simple rectangular modules look stylish against a lawn background.
Plastic garden paths became a new offer on the market of finishing materials. They immediately gained popularity for their ease of installation, ease of maintenance and low cost. Colorful plastic covers are sold in rolls or modules that are assembled like a constructor. This type of coating is not as durable, but it performs well on the antisplash function. Roll paths at their summer cottage can be laid even by a pensioner.
Plastic modules are indispensable in the garden or playground, they are easy to move to the right place or put away for the winter.
Gravel and crushed stone
Soft paths on the personal plot are covered with gravel and crushed stone. For the foundation, they dig a shallow trench, tamp the bottom, lay geotextiles and fill in crushed stone or gravel. It is better to install curbs here so that small pebbles do not spread throughout the territory. This type of path looks especially impressive when using gravel of different colors.
Budget and comfortable tracks are made of rubber mats. The rectangles of thick rubber are laid in the right place - and the path is ready. It does not slip, it is pleasant to walk on it barefoot, as it is warm even in cool weather, lightweight and durable, and will last for several seasons. Often in this case, rubber tires from old wheels are used.
To do this, the side parts are cut off from the tire, the resulting ring is cut and straightened in the form of a track. On the one hand it is smooth, on the other it has a tire relief. You can use both sides. Aesthetic qualities leave much to be desired, but such paths perform well in the practical function of protecting against dirt.
Traditional paths made of wood in the country are environmentally friendly, inexpensive and beautiful. You can use leftover boards or wooden pallets from the transport of building materials. The pallets are of sufficient width, the blocks are made up of identical treated boards. They can be expanded along the course of the track, but the service life will be short-lived, some boards may break and pose a threat of injury. It is better to dismantle the pallets, prepare the trench from crushed stone or concrete, lay the boards on top of the logs, fix them with self-tapping screws and treat them with special anti-rotting agents.
Paths made of wood cuts look beautiful. Saw hemp 10-15 cm high, prepare a trench, fill up a sand pillow. The hemp impregnated with an anti-corrosion compound is installed in a trench, the gaps are covered with sand or fine gravel. Such paths are appropriate in coniferous landscape compositions.
A unique solution for garden communications will be a path from bottles. The principle of the device is similar to the previous version. Only instead of hemp, bottles filled with sand are installed. Glare of light reflected from the glass creates a pleasant sheen.
The trench for the path can be laid out with bricks left over from construction. It is worth remembering that red brick is susceptible to moisture. After a few years, it will have to be replaced with a new one. Preparation for laying is done as for a hard surface.
Paved paths made of paving stones or cobblestone are the most preferred options for creating a hard pavement. These materials are durable, wear-resistant, their decorative qualities allow the use of paving in the front area.
There are many options for laying tracks.Creating them is a fun process.
At the same time, for the best result, it makes sense to turn to the main schemes that professionals adhere to:
- Linear-angular scheme. The bars are laid with their end to the edge of the longitudinal side. It turns out a "herringbone" at an angle of 90 or 45 degrees.
- Linear offset. The classical form: the bars are laid in a row, the second row is set with a seam in the middle of the long side of the first row, while the extreme bars are shortened by half.
- Multi-colored tiles are staggered.
- "Braid" is obtained by alternating longitudinal and transverse tiles.
- The end position of the bars is used to indicate the boundaries of a track or pattern.
When choosing a laying method, you need to know that the transverse arrangement of the tiles visually shortens the length of the track (and vice versa). The herringbone at an angle of 45 degrees visually compresses the space, while the herringbone at an angle of 90 degrees expands the track. The easiest to lay are the herringbone and braid patterns. They are useful when working with regular bricks or rectangular tiles.
The stone can be laid "seam in seam" or "staggered". In the first case, the edges of the ends are aligned, in the second they are shifted by a certain amount. Stacking gives an interesting picture of the movement in a wave or diagonally. The alternation of the longitudinal and end parts of the stone is used. This technique is used to create "Gothic", "Dutch" masonry, "well" or "cross" masonry. The most difficult is the "radial" laying. Its implementation is best left to specialists.
The initial stage of the arrangement of the tracks is the marking of the track. To do this, sprinkle with chalk or sand the contours of the future track along the entire length and desired width. The width is set slightly larger than the size of the track itself for installing the formwork, curb or installing the drainage system. Once again, they study the track, evaluating the convenience and sufficiency of the track width. It is important to take into account the view that opens from the path, think over where the water supply and electric cable will pass.
To do this, they pass along the future route several times, visually representing the size of adult plants along the path, so that they, growing, do not interfere with movement, and the roots do not destroy the roadway. From large trees, the path should run at a distance of at least 2 meters. If there are no green spaces yet (or they have not yet grown up), they outline the outline of the crown with sand in an adult state. Sizes can be found in plant manuals.
It can be difficult to imagine a particular plant in the future. Then use the following technique. Large stones, boxes are placed at the landing site or a stake is driven in (this will help visualization). After the approval of the route, the paths begin to lay out the finishing material.
How to upload?
To save material resources, many landowners equip a pedestrian network in the country with their own hands. This process consists of several stages.
Digging a trench for a walkway bed
According to the filling, the soil is selected to the desired depth:
- for hard surfaces by 25-30 cm;
- for dump by 10 cm.
The bottom of the trench is leveled and checked at the building level so that there are no holes and bulges. It is necessary to monitor the general slope of the water drainage path (5 degrees). If this slope is not possible, provide for the slopes of the cloth of the finishing material to the sides (5 to 15 degrees). The bottom of the trench is tamped with a log with a nailed bar or mechanical rammer.
Preparation of the base
Sand is poured at the bottom in a layer of 5 cm for hard and soft surfaces. Ram, check the horizon and slope with the level. Next, crushed stone is poured with a layer thickness of 5 - 10 cm. You can combine these two components and immediately fill the bottom with a sand-gravel mixture. This is followed by another layer of sand 5 cm thick. Everything must be well shed with water and left to dry for several days.Finally, a final level check is carried out and sand is added in the desired places - and the base is ready.
Laying of finishing material
On the compacted top layer of sand, a stone, tile or brick is laid out according to the selected scheme. With a lack of experience, it is better to first lay out a small part of the pattern on the ground, and then lay it out on the base. Slabs, cobblestones, paving slabs can be laid on a cement-sand mixture or concrete. Bricks and paving stones - on the sand.
The technology for laying on concrete is similar to tiling indoors. In the second case, sand and sand-cement mixture is poured onto the base in a small layer. The coating material is tightly laid on them and tamped, regularly pouring sand or a mixture from above, swept with a brush, spilled with water, and again pour sand until the joints are completely filled.
If it is necessary to install the curb, it is installed before the start of work on the construction of the base under the track. For dump tracks, the technology is simpler. Here you can use the option of laying on a concrete screed with a curb or on a sand and gravel mixture. For narrow garden walking paths, a simplified version of the device of paths made of brick, gravel, sand, concrete or sidewalk tiles is used.
Summer cottages equipped with quality paths are a great convenience for the owners. At the same time, they also carry a decorative function, therefore, they require careful attention to the choice of shape and material of manufacture. The infield with uneven tracks of different colors looks out of date. Designers advise adhering to a single design style for the entire suburban area. The exception is especially large areas from 30 acres and more, where you can highlight the place of a regular garden with straight wide avenues, borders and flower beds along them. It is worth decorating a ceremonial area with a fountain and a circular path around it.
On a large backyard area, there is a place for several stylistic solutions:
- You can equip a Japanese garden with a dry stream or a mysterious forest alley. Most summer cottages do not have this advantage, therefore, the house, outbuildings and the design of communications are kept in a single design. The material of the blind area and decoration of the house is taken as a basis, the color of the tiles is matched to the tone.
- A traditional rural style with a log house or a sauna will be complemented by paths made of stone or wood cuts. These paths in the shade can be framed by hosts or ferns, in the sun - bright sage and lavender.
- In the English garden, with its natural beauty, brick paths are irreplaceable. They look harmoniously amid a riot of summer greenery and wildflowers with bright accents of roses, being protected from prying eyes by dense hedges of evergreen conifers.
- It would seem that the rubble track looks boring. However, if you decorate it with suitable plants, the view will transform into an exquisite alley.
Scandinavian-style landscape design combines simplicity and expressiveness. Cobblestones, paving stones, clinker bricks, natural boulders, pebbles with their natural weight will support the dark needles of thuja against the background of white buildings. Mossy tiles can overlap with gray stone paths. The design of the site retains its natural outlines, some curvature of the paths will add expressiveness and mystery to the northern design. In these gardens, there are compositions of conifers and stones, alpine slides and rock gardens. Visitors will want to take a closer look at such compositional accents, so the paths should go around these areas and reveal all their beauty.
In homes with children, you can make your own paths in an original way from scrap materials. A few ideas for using plastic grates can help transform your yard and keep dirt out. The gratings are easy to install on a leveled area covered with geotextiles.Some of the molds can be filled with soil, sowed with lawn grass, and other cells can be filled with sand or fine gravel. This construction is quite reliable, the soil and sand will create the necessary strength, keep the yard and paths clean and tidy.
Bright mosaics on the paths will delight the eye for many years, raising the mood in cloudy weather. Ceramics and glass are durable, mosaic fragments can be easily repaired by replacing parts with new ones. By yourself pouring concrete forms, you can decorate them with an unusual mosaic of glass or pebbles. There are a lot of design options.
The improvement of the summer cottage area begins with the design of the front zone. The best decorative materials are used in the decoration of the courtyard. The path from the gate to the porch is the business card of the owners.
It is not worth saving, it is better to purchase material that matches the decoration of the house:
- Distant paths can be made of budgetary or improvised materials, for example, paths made of thick and wicker branches like a wattle fence look interesting.
- An ordinary dirt path is covered with sand and planted with border plants: a beautiful and practical path is obtained.
Installing a curb makes the structure more expensive. If this is not a regular park alley, it is better to limit the usual suburban paths with the remains of stone or brick, or mount formwork from boards. A projecting curb will make it difficult to mow the grass, you will have to cut the grass along it with garden shears. This disadvantage also applies to the track bed. To do this, the surface of the path is deepened to ground level or a couple of centimeters below (for the convenience of lawn processing).
When planning walking routes, you need to make sure that the path does not run into the fence. If this cannot be avoided, at the end of the path they arrange a false gate, an arch with a bench, a flower bed. Do not be afraid of the terrain on the site: steps made of large boulders or concrete sleepers add charm and charm to the landscape design. An important detail is the competent technological design of the steps: it should be comfortable to walk on them.
A skillful combination of finishing materials on one track looks beautiful. These materials must match each other in color and structure (for example, stone and rubble, boulders and pebbles). Use the materials that are available in the area. For example, to create an island in a Japanese garden, it is enough to arrange pyramids of ordinary stones along the path at some distance.
An illuminated or backlit track looks spectacular. Modern LED backlights are safe. They consume little energy, create a romantic night garden atmosphere and allow you to travel safely around the site. Lighting requires an electrical cable. It is laid to a safe depth in a special corrugated hose to protect it from damage.
All work on the laying of electricity and the water supply system is carried out before the equipment of the roadbed: if you break the technological sequence, you will have to dismantle some sections of the already finished tracks for laying cables and pipes.
Stylish paths are an important element of landscape design on the site. By decorating the paths, you can create a minimalist garden of concrete structures with a minimum of decor.
Using color will add vibrant colors to the spring and fall seasons. The use of a material of one shade in the finishing of the pathway creates a monochrome garden. If it is planted with flowers of the same color, there will be a unique complex of plants and landscaping structures.
Bridges and steps will add color to the path and garden, ennoble the steep relief of the site, and help to decorate a cliff or hill.
Several years ago, only parks and squares were equipped with paths. Today, every summer resident seeks to improve his site.We present some beautiful examples of garden paths design.
You will learn how to make a garden path yourself in the following video.