Concrete gap filler. Never weed again!! I did this on my patio and driveway. Love it! This is what parks and public places use. Available at Lowes and Home Depot in different colors in the concrete dept.
How to Cover a Concrete Patio With Pavers No need to tear out an ugly slab—just hide it! Overview: Build a paver patio with less work Step 1: Assemble the materials Step 2: Lay the border first Step 3: Spread a flat bed of sand Step 4: Lay the pavers and finish the border
How to stain concrete. Take a bug sprayer. Fill it half with semi-transparent concrete stain and half with water. Then, hose down the entire area needing to be stained. Spray with bug sprayer in sections. Broom down while still wet with either a push broom or regular house broom (I used a combination of both.)
Hopscotch made with pavers in garden or backyard. Made by purchasing 12"x12"x2" smooth gray stepping stone. Simply paint with a product such as Patio Paint, intended for terra cotta pots that stay outdoors in whatever colors you want. Be sure to dig 3 inches down to allow for paver sand so stones will lay smoothly.
Laying a Pebble Patio Give an old concrete patio a complete facelift with an overlay of pebbles mixed with epoxy. The result is a patio that looks like a sandy beach, giving the feel of an island resort in your own backyard.