2'x4' vs. 3'x6' scored concrete?
dealcatcher
November 30, 2013 in Design Dilemma
What size scoring do you think would look nicer in my backyard?
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Dytecture
Depends on the size of your patio and backyard.
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dealcatcher
The concrete area (w/o planter area) is around 12-15 ft deep and 50 ft wide.
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Revolutionary Gardens
depends on the look you're after. What does your designer recommend?
0 Likes   November 30, 2013 at 12:04PM
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dealcatcher
That helps. Thanks. : ) lol.

I'm going for a contemporary look.
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dealcatcher
Here's the photo I meant to attach.
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Revolutionary Gardens
my instinct is typically to go bigger BUT on a project like this, you also need to consider the following:
- you have elements that will interrupt the pattern. what will that look like? A pattern like you're describing is just like laying tile. Where will it "start"?
- is there a border?
- with the concrete texture and color, just how strongly will this read?
- are you 100% confident that everything is square?

These are things we generally work out on plan before ever breaking ground. Between this and the other threads you're asking a lot of questions while you're significantly into the build, which is a little scary. What decisions were made/documentation finalized before you started?
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