Everyone knows paver is making an enormous statement about a travertine or brick home! A massive factor that accounts for this is choosing the best paver colours for your home!
When you choose correctly, you will match the colour of your pavers with the tones of your home, landscape, and surroundings. That’s why you get so many choices for different colours from Echuca Paving. With any of the colour options selected by Echuca Paving, You will give your home driveway, patio or pool deck more light and character. Just remember that it doesn’t all have to match perfectly. The colours of the paver will compliment your home and tie the whole landscape together.
For us, knowing your dream is key to choosing the right colours of the paver before starting your paver project. We hope that these tips will help you suit your home with the right shade of the paver.
Basic Rule When Paver Color Selection
Echuca Paving suggests that you select shades that match your home. For instance, pavers are lighter than your home won’t compete with it, to enable the structure itself to act as a focus without distracting the eye.
Consider The Effect You Want To Achieve
Will you pave the deck of the pool? Or are you building an addition to your current patio? Perhaps you are linking your driveway to your backyard retreat with a walkway. For a different colour, every application might be best suited. We recommend light colours that are cooler on the feet for a pool deck, whereas for a darker shade a driveway might be better suited. When you add to an existing patio, you may choose to complement the colour and not exactly match it.
Consider Sunlight On Your Paver Color
It is essential to consider when designing your space where the sun hits and how long it takes. Depending on the strength of the sunlight, colours may change over time. You may want to use light-coloured pavers to lighten the area if the area is covered.
Monotone or Multicolored For Your Paver Color?
Installing a monotone paver means the colour chosen is pure and unchanged. Typically it’s clean and elegant, but the trouble is that this option will reveal big as well as tiny stains that can catch your eye nearly every time you look at the ground.
Travertine Paver Colors
Travertine pavers are from natural stone. A unique look for natural stone paving materials is very different from human-made materials. When compared with the human-made brick pavers, the travertine colour variation is more limited. All the colours of the travertine paver are: Ivory, Gold, Walnut, and Silver variations.
Brick Paver Colors
Through conditioning various pigments in unique recipes, the brick paver colours are obtained. We have more colours to choose from because brick pavers are human-made. Brick paver colours are more likely to vary than travertine pavers. You can choose from a vast selection of colours based on solid grey cement, blended grey cement-based colours, solid white cement-based colours, and mixed white cement-based colours and premium choices.
Oil stains and marks of the tire are inevitable when it comes to paver driveways. Barbecue oil stains in the backyard garden are also likely to drop, bird droppings and other potential residues. Think about how much of a scratch or two you’re going to bother.
If you are bothered by stains and pavers are replaced whenever there is a scratch in the cards, the way to go is by multicoloured pavers. These pavers typically have two or more variations in colour and appear to hide stains very well. But, since there are more colours in colourful pavers generally, they tend to blend more seamlessly into existing settings.
Pavers Suit The Color Of The Roof
Many experts believe that contrasting the colour of the walkway, driveway and patio pavers with the colour of your home’s roof is the way to go because this strategy ties colours together. The shades need not match exactly, but they should have the same hues. Look at online photos and in-house homes to see if this technique applies to you or not.
Remember What You Can Do To Improve
Homeowners frequently fall in love first with a paver colour which may not exactly match the exterior of the home. Check around and see if by repainting window shutters, adjusting rain gutters and downspouts, altering the colour of the front door or updating other accents, you can tie in style.
Paver Effects Textures In Color
Smooth surfaces are best suited for areas of constant traffic such as walkways, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t cover them with textured pavers to generate visual interest. Pavers with rough or jagged surfaces are applicable wherever a small amount of friction is required, such as near a pool, or in areas where people don’t often travel.
Pavers with rough or jagged surfaces can be used wherever a small amount of friction is required, such as near a pool, or in areas where people don’t often travel.
These days, tumbled pavers are the most frequently available. They go through a new tumbling cycle in a revolving drum that wears sharp edges down, causes a colour variance, and gives them a more organic, rustic look. Nonetheless, this ensures the joints between the pavers are typically larger than those between untumbled pavers, subjecting them to more weeds, the need to fill the joints over time with more gravel, as well as a higher price tag due to the other operation.