Choose paving materials - paving stones are more durable and stronger than regular bricks - for trails, driveways, or patios.
Decide what shape and color of paving stones you want.All materials are red, grey and brown, as well as white, variegated and some shades between green and blue.
Decide what kind of foundation to use.Sand can be eroded by rain in rainy areas.Gravel works well, but it's hard and makes your feet hurt.Concrete can prevent weeds from growing or can be durable, but may break down over time and then require more work and time to repair.
Estimate the size of the road.Do you like traditional herringbone patterns or circles?Do you prefer a honeycomb pattern or a random pavement look?
Determine how many square feet of pavement you need to lay.
Consider preformed paving slabs.These concrete castings can contain a variety of colors, shapes, textures, and sizes.
Use concrete shred or natural stone to lay tile shred in different shapes.This is perfect for trails and yards.