Adding a walkway up to your front door is a great way to improve your home in Forest Hill. Creating a natural stone pathway offers a host of benefits to aesthetics, ease of access, and landscaping. To see how a natural stone path can enliven your home, call the professionals at Lehnhoff’s today!
One of the first benefits of adding a natural stone path to your home is that it helps to guide any guests and visitors to your front door without any confusion. When the way to your front door isn’t well marked, guests may become confused as to where to enter. Some may not want to walk on your lawn without invitation. Additionally, you likely don’t want anyone stepping on your lawn too much as it can create spots that wear down.
A good path adds a distinct visual impact to your home’s landscape. Not only does it break up your lawn and dirt, but it gives you a strong base to design around. A path works to guide the viewer’s eye through your landscape and to draw it towards specific features; when well planned and utilized, pathways can help to improve the value and curb appeal of your home.
Enhance Garden Areas
When you add a natural stone path, you don’t have to stick just to your front door! If you have a spacious front yard with a variety of features using a pathway can help make accessing each section easier. Small patio areas and fountains, for instance, will become even more special with a path leading to them.
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