Decorating your pond can take time and research, but one major factor in your pond’s overall appearance that you don’t want to ignore is the walkway. Your pond’s first impression, the walkway leading up to your pond has not only to be inviting, but it has to be safe, aesthetically pleasing and maintained. If you are looking for a way to spruce up your ponds surroundings, here’s how you can do so with a beautiful and thought out walkway.
Light it Up
Your walkway should be inviting day and night! With lights surrounding the area, it can make your pond not only welcoming but the center of your yard. Simple solar lights that can gently guide you to your favorite quite bench along with lights inside your pond, you can show off all your hard work, and spend your summer nights sitting peacefully alongside your pond fish.
Keep it Natural Looking
When it comes to picking out your walkway material, there is a lot of options to choose from! From brick to stone, to wood — you’ll want to keep in mind the overall look you’re trying to achieve. Don’t go flashy and bright if you want a more natural appeal. The right material will brighten your walkways potential, so don’t forget that.
If you do want to spice up your walkway with a little color, don’t forget to consider the ponds plants you are choosing too. A colorful walkway with bright flowers might add too many factors, and simply look messy. If you have a bright and colorful pond, you’ll want to think fundamental and natural.
Keep it Visible
When you finally install your walkway, you’ll want to maintain it too. Weed around the area, maybe adds a little mulch to your flower beds to help keep the weeds to a minimum and make sure all lights are working. By keeping your pathway accessible and up to date, you can keep your pond appeal high too.
Paradise Ponds by Ed Dedicke proudly services all areas from Bayside to Ronkonkoma and everywhere in between. Contact us to get started with your next project, or give us a call at 516-334-1122.