Exposed Aggregate Concrete Paving Ideas for a Smaller Front Yard

Designed and laid in the right way, exposed aggregate concrete paving can make a small yard look larger, lighter and welcoming, creating a sense of space.

Here are some creative ideas for smaller yards and entrances that we have installed, using a combination of exposed aggregate concrete and paving titles to create stylish and attractive designs, transforming smaller areas of your home into welcoming pathways and entrances.

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Exposed aggregate in clean, minimalist lines

For this smaller semi-detached home, we opted for a combined exposed aggregate pathway and driveway with clean, minimalist lines, framing the entrance with plants.

 

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Curved pathways add interest to the landscaping

Curves work well in smaller areas. This striking exposed aggregate concrete pathway curved around the home and was accentuated with plants and a large pot.

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Clever landscaping creating both colour and tranquillity in a small space

This small yard combines a water feature with a lighter exposed aggregate concrete for the pathway. The narrow area came to life with the tranquil sounds of water movement and a small, colourful garden. Earth stone and water came together to create a natural mini sanctuary.

 

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Making an entrance three dimensional

For this small entrance, we used exposed aggregate concrete stepping stones with a mixture of small pebbles between the concrete paving for contrast.

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A combination of tiles and exposed aggregate

This innovative design for the entrance to this home combines exposed aggregate concrete sections, framed with tiles and separated with small plants – bringing a distinctive style to a small front yard.

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Cut-out feature in concrete paving entrance

We added a cut out feature to this exposed aggregate concrete entrance that we filled with small contrasting stones. Being on the darker side of the house, we used a lighter aggregate with dark pebbles to create a sense of space.

 

If you are currently looking for landscaping ideas and have a small yard that needs some creativity, call and have a chat with our friendly team at Panorama Concrete on 8297 9611 or drop into our showroom at 1 Maple Avenue, Forestville. We have more ideas to share with you.