A Few Un-Boring Patio Flooring Ideas For The Summer

A Few Un-Boring Patio Flooring Ideas For The Summer
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    Summer is one of the seasons when people tend to put their renovation boots on.

    If you’re looking to renovate soon, you may be able to come up with spectacular ideas for the interior while lacking creativity and imagination when it comes to outdoor space.


In renovating outdoor space, you’ll need to be aware of the flooring options available. If concrete, wood and brick are some of the choices that hit your mind, good luck with making the outdoor space appealing.
These ideas are simply straight forward boring and conventional. You need something different, something that screams appeal, something that strikes a wanderer’s emotions upon glance.

Of course, whether you’re going for a traditional look or not, you will still want to maintain all outdoor floors with a safe pressure wash by Renew Crew. This company is recommended because apart from the effective cleaning, you’ll also get the eco-friendly advantage they offer.

Without further ado, here are some un-boring and different outdoor flooring patio ideas for the summer:

1.  Pebbles and Stones

Weren’t we talking about being unconventional and boring? Yes, but stones and pebbles are not being used in most patio floors anymore. Your outdoor floor can be an ideal way to tell others they’re making a comeback. 

They’re quite easy to install and maintain in spite of rains or the scorching heat shadows of your patio, and your kids and pets are going to love it. Take a tip from modern gardens, where these materials are a necessity. As a bonus, there’s something soothing and different about using them in landscaping projects.  
When going with these stones, measure the space first to get an idea of the quantity required. Some stones like river pebbles can be easily found at local stores in bags, but you may have to visit a landscape retailer or nursery for large order quantities.

2.  Moroccan Style Floor Tiles

The amazing zellige tiles aren’t only for indoor use; you can easily integrate them with outdoor flooring. Pick the ones that come with Moorish stars and geometric tone-on tone prints.

Moroccan floor tiles are so versatile that they can also be used on the ceiling, walls, fountains and pools; if you’re left with some extra quantity after the patio floor gets done, you can save money  by using them elsewhere.

The tiles will present subtle details that will evoke the Moroccan theme, making your patio a refreshing treat to dwell in.

3.  Quarry Tiles

If you have a lovely garden that you like to boast about, don’t make it an underused asset by choosing different colors for the patio floor. Select colors that complement the colors of the garden.

Quarry floor outdoor tiles are a great option as the elegant colors will be able to blend smoothly with the colors of the garden. As for the look, it can be rough or elegant. The tiles are also durable and won’t wear out quickly.

You may find them slightly more expensive than normal tiles, but they’re of higher resistance and quality.  Plus, they can be used on existing concrete floors and sand beds.

These patio flooring ideas are un-boring and will allow you to create a patio floor that appeals to whoever visits your house (including you when you return from work).



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