Corobrik: Landscaping Ideas For Your Garden

Image courtesy of Zeterre Landscape Architecture

If you’re thinking of giving your garden a makeover this spring, but haven’t decided which landscaping materials to use yet, then perhaps you should explore the option of using clay pavers and face brick. Clay pavers and face brick are ideal for your home’s exterior, as they are hard-wearing, weather resistant and remain attractive throughout the years without requiring much maintenance at all. They are also very easy to work with and can be arranged in all sorts of creative or visually interesting ways. To demonstrate their versatility as a landscaping material, we thought we’d share these 4 stunning garden landscape designs, handpicked by our friends at Corobrik.

Transform Your Garden With Clay Pavers And Face Brick

  1. Modern And Maintenance-Free
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The clean lines and the smooth satin finish of the clay pavers and face brick used in this landscape design give this entertainment-friendly garden a modern look and feel. We just love how the deep terra-cotta colour of the clay pavers accentuates the bright green grass!

Get The Look: You could use Corobrik’s Terracotta Satin Face Brick to recreate this design.

2. Elegantly Angled

Image courtesy of CGD Landscape Design

Not sure how to improve the appearance of a garden slope? Why not consider using face brick to create a terraced garden design that makes room for a few rows of your favourite flowers?

Get The Look: You could use Corobrik’s Wolkberg Honey Satin Facebrick to create a similar design.

3. Embellished Edging

Image courtesy of Samuel H. Williamson Associates

Are you looking for a simple landscaping design that keeps your garden neat and tidy without requiring much upkeep? This design uses a straightforward paving pattern and livens things up with diagonally-laid bricks to form a pretty frame around the flowerbeds.

Get The Look: We recommend using Corobrik’s Firelight Satin Face Brick and De Hoop Red Pavers to replicate this landscaping idea.

4. Garden Grandeur

Image courtesy of Historical Concepts

This landscaping design uses pavers with a light yellow undertone and arranges them in a herringbone pattern to add a hint of Tuscan style to the beautifully manicured garden.

Get The Look: Try Corobrik’s Cederberg Piazza Pavers if you like the colour of the paving used in the image above.  

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