A sitting wall and steel planters were added to a previously installed paver patio. The wall block is of AB (Allen Block) Free Standing Wall block and cap, with a flat cap on the added column, for continued seating and a handsome end to the wall.
Steel planters are custom built and can be made to fit almost any landscape needs.
The sitting wall is the primary intention to finish this patio arrangement. Adding planting boxes gives a continued depth to the area and the possibilities for usage are many. Add annuals, perennials, veggies, herbs, or other plantings. Create additional accents and warmth to the sitting area.
You can also use your retaining style wall to serve as a sitting wall. This allows for additional seating along your formal and informal patio.
Add seating to your Fire Pit area.
Steel Planters can be built in different sizes and shapes. Use them as backup features, stand alone accents, raised beds for higher profiles.
Let’s look at your existing patio or situation and see how to update and upgrade your patio. See the difference. You can expand the existing patio, or replace it altogether.
Rosetta Pavers with sitting wall of block and flagstone cap.
Existing concrete patio expanded using Oregon Block Fieldstone Pavers over the existing concrete and additional compacted base. While the intention was to have a larger patio, the combined installation provides an all-one effect.
Existing concrete patio kept as is, new Fire Pit and Sitting Walls bring a whole new life and versatility to the area.
Raised patio, level with existing sidewalk, expanding the usable area. Holland Pavers supported with Manor Stone wall.
Existing crushed pottery base finished out with 2’x2′ Mutual Materials terra cotta colored pavers over compacted base material. Steps are of Oregon Block wall block risers capped with 2’x2′ pavers (cut to size) and faced with tiles supplied by homeowner.