Driveways don’t have to be nondescript slabs of concrete. HouseLogic breaks down nine ways homeowners have customized their driveways.
One of the more striking styles is created with porous pavers, which are hollow concrete or plastic blocks. The blocks have plants and vegetation in them. They not only make the front of the house look greener, but they also let rain water pass trough to the ground underneath.
Other driveway styles include real stone, an asphalt layout that mimics red brick, and a low-voltage paver that lights around the edges.