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Close up of pavers laid on top of a grassy area.

What if all the hallways in your home were left unfinished? So there were just studs and subfloor. No lovely hardwood floors with carpets or walls to display your amazing art collection or family photograph. I mean this would never be allowed! Rightfully so.

So it is with connecting outdoor spaces. Not only do connections between outdoor spaces give direction they also enhance the experience.

Below are a collection of images exhibiting the ways outdoor spaces can be connected. They range from elevated walkways, aggregate paths, mown grass, mulch, to built paths of concrete, stone, or clay pavers.

Inspiration abounds! Connection is everything,

If you’re curious about what this could look like at your home, contact us now!

Elevated walkway leading to a relaxed seating area near a marsh.
From gallery of Horizon House / Bauen. Photograph by Darío Mereles
Elevated wooden walkway between floral plantings and greenery.
‘The Cancer Research UK Legacy Garden’, designed by Tom Simpson. Photo: RHS / Neil Hepworth
Outdoor garden area with trees, shrubs, and rock walkway.
Leiden Botanical Garden. Photograph © GardenVisit.com
Mix of pavers and rocks creating a walkway outside of a home.
Garden Design Magazine.
Long grass with a freshly mowed path through it.
Old Oak Stouring Park. Posted by Camp & Glamp Glastonbury.
Outdoor mulch path through greenery.
Pinterest image. Credit unknown.
Outdoor paved path with kids riding bikes outside of their home.
PHOTO BY: Grant Harder POSTED BY: Dwell
Paver pathway surrounded by birch trees, rocks and greenery.
Pinterest Image. Credit Unknown.
Brick paver walkway through lush greenery.
Zeterre Landscape Architecture. Posted on Houzz.

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