Turning Points

Photo taken by Plant Life Designs at a park in Brooklyn, New York

When two or more paths come together, using different stone patterns can signify a change. We often call these “turning points” in design. These can be places to pause and look around at your surroundings, as you decide where to go journey off to next. These can also be places to sit down, and take time to literally stop and smell the roses!

3 Examples to Bring Paths Together at a Turning Point:

  1. Utilize a completely different stone.
  2. Change the pattern using the same stone product.
  3. Add different shapes such as a circle, mixed with a linear path.