A patio is a great addition to any outdoor living space, providing a spot to enjoy the beautiful weather year-round here in Florida. If you’re looking to install a new patio, there are several types of paver patterns you’ll want to consider to make it stand out, including basketweave, herringbone, running bond, and stack bond. Each pattern has its own unique look that can make your patio stylish and complex or simple and neat; you can choose which one best suits your personal preferences! Keep reading to find out more about these beautiful paver patterns to consider for your new patio!

1. Basketweave

Basket weave patterned patio installed in Palmetto, FL.

Basketweave is a popular paver pattern frequently used for patios and is a great one to consider for yours. This pattern consists of alternating between vertical and horizontal pavers to mimic the design of a woven basket, hence the name. One great thing about this pattern is that it has a lot of versatility – it can be made as simple or as complex as you’d like. For example, you can change the direction of the pavers and place them at a 45-degree angle so that the design is diagonal across the patio. Another way to change up the basketweave pattern is to place one vertical paver followed by two horizontal pavers. Regardless of how you customize it, you can’t go wrong with the basketweave pattern!

2. Herringbone

Herringbone pattern patio installed in Anna Maria, FL.

Another popular paver pattern to consider for your new patio is herringbone. Herringbone is a really unique design that’s been used since the days of the Roman Empire, and its name comes from the pattern’s resemblance to the bones of a herring fish. Pavers are placed in a zig-zag pattern across the patio, facing inwards to form arrows or L-shaped designs. The herringbone pattern can also be arranged at either 45-degree angles to run diagonally or at 90-degree angles to run straight across. If you want to add a little more complexity to an already eye-catching pattern, you can change the colors of the pavers or add a colored border.

3. Running Bond

Running bond patterned patio in Ellenton, FL.

If you’re looking for something clean and neat for your new patio, the running bond pattern may be for you. You can choose between square or rectangular pavers, which are placed side-by-side in staggered rows. Each row is offset by half the length so every other one lines up. Running bond is a simple design, but it’s very elegant and cohesive, making it a great option for your patio.

4. Stack Bond

Stack bond patio in Palmetto, FL.

The last paver pattern to consider for your new patio is stack bond. Stack bond patterns are similar to running bond, but it looks more uniform and symmetrical. You can opt for square or rectangular pavers, which are lined up in straight lines next to each other so everything is continuous and simple. That way, they create clean lines both horizontally and vertically. You can even add a little flair to the pattern by turning the pavers diagonally at a 45-degree angle.

Some popular paver types for patios include concrete pavers and travertine pavers!

Ready to add a patio to your property? Call us today to schedule our patio installation service!

If you’re looking to elevate your outdoor living space, we’re ready to help with our patio installation service! At Three Seasons, we offer several types of pavers that can be arranged in the pattern of your choice, from basketweave and herringbone to running bond and stack bond. Whichever you choose, we’ll work with you to create the patio of your dreams!

We provide our patio installation service to properties in Palmetto, Parrish, Bradenton, and the surrounding areas in Florida. Call us at 941-748-4613 to schedule our patio installation service today!

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