Whether your garden design is formal, with obvious routes, or is more open and informal, directing people so that they don’t trample all over your garden can be desirable. Lawns remain ever popular for both front and rear gardens, so constructing a pathway that either leads up to your front door, or one that runs from the rear of your home to the bottom of your garden, is a good idea.
Lawns And Paths.
A pathway will direct visitors in the direction you want them to walk and offer protection to more delicate areas. No one likes to see a muddy track that has been caused by people taking the same route up and down a lawn. Constructing a pathway that is durable and will protect the lawn is one thing, but making it a feature of the garden whilst adding a certain amount of style is another. Don’t be tempted to go for a quick an easy pour of concrete to make a pathway, but plan the route with some artistry in mind.