Interlocking Concrete Paver Patio Installed in Farmington

Interlocking Paver Patio

Creating a warm and welcoming entry was a goal from the beginning with this beautiful patio project located in Farmington, MN.   The interlocking concrete pavers used for this front entry patio helped achieve the goal.   Tumbled pavers are mechanically distressed to create a soft weathered look.  The pavers were manufactured by Borgert Products of St. Joesph, MN.  The cobble series uses three different size pavers to enhance the softness of the patio.  The paver’s color is a blend of natural tones of chamois, brown & charcoal called MN River color blend.  The patio was installed exceeding the guild lines of the Interlocking Concrete Paver Institute (ICPI).  To see more images of paver patios installed by Switzer’s visit the Portfolio Paver PageSwitzer’s Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. is a full service Design/Build Landscape Contracting firm that services the Twin Cities Metro Area which includes the City of Farmington located in the South Metro County of Dakota.

Paver Patio Paver patio detail

About Glenn!

Glenn! is the Sr. Landscape Designer at Switzer's Nursery & Landscaping, Inc. located in Northfield, Minnesota Switzer's is a National Award Winning Landscape Design/Build firm with a passion for creating Life Enhancing Living Environments. Glenn's love of art, architecture, music, travel and food fuel his creativity. The interpretation, creation and enhancement of SPACE are at the core of Glenn’s design philosophy. Understanding the relationship between the inhabitant and their environs, whether in the natural or built landscape, is paramount to finding balance in life. Elected to third term in 2010 as Mayor of the City of Dundas, Minnesota landscaper, stone waller, inn keeper, photographer, cook, gardener, alpine ski instructor, and collector of stuff... to name a few.
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