Making your walkway an attractive and safe welcome to your home can be achieved with the right paver choice. Here is what you could look for in walkway pavers in Pottstown, PA.
Safety is often a top priority for a walkway. Ideally, walkway pavers are non-slip when wet. Even smooth pavers from Unilock have a subtle pebbled texture that is grippy when wet. Whether you prefer the look of a textured paver such as Beacon Hill Flagstone or its close cousin Beacon Hill Smooth, both will give your walkway the safe, warm welcoming look of natural flagstone. As the names imply, Beacon Hill is a smooth-textured paver while Beacon Hill Flagstone does feature texture.
Another consideration with regard to safety is getting standing water off the paver surface quickly. For this, you could choose Treo Permeable pavers for a flagstone look, or Town Hall pavers for a classic brick look. Both feature slightly larger joint spaces between the pavers, and they are installed on a special base that allows water to seep into the ground rather than remaining on the surface.
The following is an assortment of pavers that could be used for a variety of aesthetic applications.
For a rustic-chic look, Richcliff pavers feature an ultra-realistic flagstone texture that you can carry through to your driveway, patio, and pool deck if you prefer a unified appearance.
For a contemporary walkway, greet your guests with the sleek granite-inspired Umbriano pavers. The beautiful color gradations and smooth finish could be a beautiful complement to your home and landscape.
A very on-trend look is the use of long, narrow pavers such as Artline. With Artline, you get unprecedented design flexibility. The paver comes in a random bundle of seven different shapes, as well as two finishes.
Another very dynamic and interesting look could be achieved with the Hex Paver. The timeless elegance of the honeycomb shape, combined with a choice of finishes, can take your guests all the way from your driveway to the front door. Hex pavers are suitable for very heavy-duty use, which makes them versatile, and it’s a style that will put a smile on everyone’s face as they approach your front door. Hex pavers are also available for permeable installation for a drier walkway.
For a historic or traditional home, Town Hall or the smaller Copthorne pavers will stay true to the home’s aesthetic with the timeless look of brick. Or, if you want the look of brick but in a more contemporary style, consider the slender Mattoni pavers. With contemporary colors and a slender profile, these pavers can be an ideal choice for a curved walkway—and they make wonderful borders to some of the larger pavers.
Another paver beautifully suited to a historical or traditional home is Courtstone. Inspired by timeworn European cobblestones that have been buffed to a soft sheen by centuries of foot traffic, these small pavers are ideal both as a main field paver or as a border or accent to larger pavers.
For more walkway inspiration, check out our Dream page where you can see these and other Unilock pavers in real walkway projects.