Here’s an easy way to lay deck flooring on your cement slab patio in just one day. It dresses up an otherwise drab patio, and it’s so nice for bare feet!
The patio is a Spanish word and means courtyard or forecourt. It is a paved outdoor area that is adjacent to a residence and is usually used for recreational and dining purposes. They are usually paved with concrete slabs, but they also have other alternatives such as bricks, tiles, etc. If you need additional living space, patios are the right choice. Let's look at some inspiring ideas for patio floors that you can choose from.
A concrete terrace floor is one of the cheapest and most impressive options. You can choose concrete blocks with different shapes and arrange them so that they form a floor. The best thing about this method is that you can lay it at will. They can be placed far or close together as you see fit. In addition, you can opt for a perfect shade that complements the overall look.
- concrete floor
A nice, modern home needs a vintage touch to complete the look, doesn't it? That is exactly the reason for you to choose this look. A brick floor gives the whole look a touch of history and subtlety. A bonus for this look is that this floor always gives a cozy view of the back yard.
- brick floor
If you are one of those people who would like to expand their garden as a terrace area, this look is the right choice for you. A terrace with large stone slabs offers enough space for a table or other piece of furniture. There is also a nice aesthetic view of the yard. The look of the grass between the flagstone pieces adds as a natural touch. Wonderful, isn't it?
- tiled floor
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