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Paving outdoor entertaining areas can create a stylish space that's easier to maintain than a timber deck.
Check out these paving projects shared by Bunnings Workshop community members and let us know if we can help revamp your outdoor spaces.
1. Crazy paving for pool cabana by @ProjectPete
Pete turned an unused corner in the backyard into a beautiful and relaxing space with a polished-concrete bench seat, feature wall and crazy pavers.
2. Fire pit entertaining area by @lcooksey88
Workshop member lcooksey88 converted a kids' play area into a space for gathering around a fire pit (which doubles as a table) and defined the area with Merbau screening, Un-Real hedge panels and pavers.
3. Alfresco makeover with crazy paving by @jesseydiamond
Workshop member jesseydiamond saved time and money by installing crazy paving straight over the existing concrete so they didn't have to do any demolition in this alfresco renovation.
4. Side yard and barbecue area by @Chaks_DIY
Rufaro spent a lot of time preparing the ground for pavers and installing edging to create a terrific finish for this side yard and barbecue area.
5. Crazy paving for outdoor living area by @ElissaC
Elissa used serpentine limestone crazy paving to transform this outdoor living area.
Learn how to lay pavers in an even, straight line in this step-by-step guide How to lay pavers. Experienced Workshop member Adam Woodhams also shares this helpful guide How to lay paving for a path.
Use this mosaic-like flooring trend to liven up your courtyard, driveway or for tricky areas such as a curved pathway with this step-by-step guide: How to lay crazy paving.
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