3 Easy Ways to Incorporate Masonry Into Your Landscape

Spring is the perfect season for home improvements, and one of the most popular projects for homeowners is upgrading their lawns and gardens. If you are looking to spice up your yard, few things can tie a landscape together like a well-placed stone fixture. Here are three masonry projects you can try this season:

Wall” You’re at It…

Stone walls are as versatile as they are beautiful. You can implement them into your landscape in a variety of ways, including using them as a garden bed, keeping unwanted visitors off of your property, or providing a scenic border for your pool.

Lead the WayPetunias on the Brick Pillar

If you have multiple gathering areas in your yard (patio, pool, fire pit, gazebo, etc.), what better way to connect them than with a stone walkway? Not only is a stone path a beautiful addition to any landscape, it is practical too, providing your family and guests with a clear line to walk without damaging your grass.

Light Up Your Landscape

Landscape lighting is becoming increasingly popular for homeowners in Norwalk, Connecticut, and it’s easy to understand why. Not only do they accentuate your yard, but they offer safety benefits too – a well-lit exterior can prevent tripping hazards at night and makes your home less of a target for burglaries. Take your lighting to the next level by installing your lamps on top of beautiful stone pillars.

Planning a masonry project for your Fairfield County home? There is only one name you need to know: Devine Bros. With a variety of landscaping and masonry supplies available for pickup or delivery, we are the number one choice for homeowners in Norwalk, Westport, New Canaan, and the surrounding area. Visit our website for more information or give us a call at (203) 866-4421.


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