Landscaping

Discover 4 DIY ideas to add a pathway in your garden

September 12, 2017

Looking to upgrade your yard just in time for summer? Enhance your garden by creating your very own garden path.
A garden path can be an easy and fun DIY project. All you need is a clear idea in mind, the necessary space and the right materials for the job. Discover our 4 different pathway ideas to add some glamour to your backyard this summer!

MODERN LOOK

Looking for something modern? for the backyard, use slabs with a smooth finish, like the Proma slab. Insert grass for a touch of modern elegance.

Extra tip : use artificial grass throughout to facilitate maintenance. No lawnmower problems here!

A garden path using the Proma XL path

A garden path using the Proma XL path

RUSTIC FEEL

There’s something timeless about the rustic look. Essential to comfortably circulate on grass, the Japanese pathstone and Garden pathstone add a decorative touch to your garden. This garden path will blend right in to your backyard.

Rinox japanese garden path stone

Japanese path stone

CONTEMPORARY STYLE

Looking to mix modern and traditional style? The rounded and irregular shape of the Avila Sabrina paver will create the style you are looking for. This product is perfect for pathways leading to the backyard and will surely stand the test of time. It can also be used as a border option for the rest of your yard, or as a paver option for your driveway! You can match your entire landscape with this product.

Avila Sabrina ash charcoal

ADD A TOUCH OF ZEN TO YOUR GARDEN PATH

Fill the gaps between the slabs with decorative stones, river stones, crushed slate, and polished stones. This will help add a touch of zen to your backyard, and is also a simple, beautiful and efficient garden path!

Pathway with pebble stones and the Proma XL slab

Most importantly, analyze your space to find the areas with the most traffic before starting the project. Think : aesthetics. Lastly, let yourself be creative! Looking to do your entire backyard patio and are not sure which products to use? Check out our article on how to choose the right interlock pavers for your home.