5 Ideas To Take Your Artificial Turf Edging to the Next Level

Artificial grass is one of the most aesthetically pleasing landscaping solutions on the market — that’s just one reason that it’s skyrocketed in popularity in the past few years. When homeowners opt for synthetic turf installation, they expect a neat and pristine lawn with edging to match. Luckily, the practicality of artificial grass enables installers to use more versatile and creative edging materials than might be possible with natural grass. If you want to take your artificial grass edging to the next level, try one of these five material ideas for your next project.

  1. Paving Stones

Paving stones are one of the most popular choices for artificial turf edging due to their sleek and clean appearance. Juxtaposing vibrant artificial grass with light, neutral pavers provides a contemporary look that many homeowners aspire to. Hardscaping’s durability and wear resistance also make your turf installation more hard-wearing and increase its security. 

  1. Brick Edging

Interlocking bricks offer the same neat, clean appearance as paver stones but with added intricacy. They also have a more traditional appearance for homeowners who prefer to stay away from the ultra-modern finish of pavers or concrete. Incredibly durable, bricks are a solid all-around choice, and artificial turf ensures that invading weeds will never be a problem.

  1. Concrete Curbing

Concrete curbing is a permanent edging material that is molded into a single shape or pattern. It’s typically one solid slab versus individual bricks or pavers which are built into a final shape. Concrete is designed to perform well for decades, and it’s a great option for any homeowner on a tight budget that wants a long-lasting solution.

  1. Metal Borders

For homeowners that want a minimalistic design, metal borders make the perfect edging. The thin metal lines of this finish offer a clean and simple appearance that complement any home design. They can be easily installed to match the unique shapes and contours of landscape turf, and they’re ideal for separating flower beds from front lawns.

  1. Raised Landscaping Stones

Raised stones add texture, dimension, and visual interest to any artificial turf installation. They’re a more dynamic option than the typical flat pavers, and they offer enhanced protection for any plants or flowers in an adjacent garden. If your homeowner wants a more distinct separation between the landscape turf and the flower bed or garden, raised landscaping pavers are a great option.

If you need guidance in choosing the right artificial turf products for your turf edging, speak to your installer or contact your local Synthetic Grass Warehouse location. We can help you find the perfect synthetic grass products and installation accessories for your home or business. Synthetic Grass Warehouse has been an industry leader for more than 20 years, helping distributors, installers, and homeowners alike with all of their artificial grass installation needs. To find out more about our products or to receive guidance with your next artificial grass installation, contact your local Synthetic Grass Warehouse facility today.