Flagstone Patio Ideas That Will Turn Your Backyard Into An Oasis
A backyard flagstone patio adds those “Ahh” moments to our hectic lives. They are places to relax, unwind and enjoy the good things that life has to offer. Here are 7 flagstone patio ideas to help you design the perfect “Ahh” space for you backyard and for your family.
Ever wonder what it would be like to have five star accomodations right in your backyard? An elegant patio can do just that. Flagstone can provide an elegant look that will make you feel like you are at a resort every time you are on it. Add ammenities such as lush plantings, a swimming pool with a pool house, and lighting, and you can have your very own private staycation.
Natural and Relaxed
Using irregular flagstone for your patio are a great way to soften up the look and give a more natural feel. These stones have been left in the shape they were mined instead of cut into different sized squares and rectangles. Using them creates a patio the is relaxed and laid back.
A Patio Fire Pit
This gorgeous fire pit and seat wall patio is constructed with flagstone. Adding a fire pit to a patio is one of the best ways to get people to gather around and enjoy conversation. Typically used in cooler weather, a fire pit can be used during those long, summer nights to get kids gathered around and make s’mores. A summer just wouldn’t be a summer without those sticky treats! Plus, once winter starts to kick in, you’d have a cozy fire pit to sip hot chocolate around. You just can’t lose with this gorgeous flagstone fire pit!
This gorgeous outdoor patio design features regular Pennsylvania flagstone with a one foot flagstone border. It also features diamond shaped inlays of river gravel to give it a one of a kind look. Square landings open up to a circle shaped patio that is completed by a seat wall around the far side. Nightlighting adds a special tough for nice evenings outside.
Bold and Brash
Strong lines and shapes combine for this simple but bold patio. Designed to be able to be used for either entertaining or a intimate dinner, his patio succeeds for both. The exclamation point for this patio is a rectangle fire feature that illuminates the space and provides warmth on cool evenings.
The mission of this patio design was to create a simple place to simply chill out. Mission accomplished. The patio is built from irregular Tennessee flagstone which has a more tan color vs. its gray cousin Pennsylvania flagstone. Set down in a low are of the garden and surrounded by stunning plantings, this is a place to get your Key West mojo moving.
Sometimes simply having a place that is private, hidden away and surrounded by nature provides the ultimate relaxation. Who says a patio needs to be adjacent to a house or pool. A patio located in a grove of trees or a beautiful garden can feel like a secluded vacation spot. Nothing fancy needed.
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