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The right way to put down a dry-laid brick herringbone patio begins with a sturdy base layer topped with stone dust. Polymeric sand fills the joints between bricks. | Illustration: Elizabeth Traynor | thisoldhouse.com

Building Blocks for a Perfect Patio

Laying a patio next to grass How It's Done The patterned surface gets the attention, but the real credit for an A-plus paving job goes to what lies beneath: Here, a sturdy base layer topped with stone dust. Polymeric sand fills the joints between bricks.

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