4 Easy Steps to consider when choosing a paver color...
Choose pavers with similar tones for a coordinated effect. Light tones will reflect light and make an area seem larger, whereas darker tones will absorb light and make an area seem smaller.
A multi-bled paver can consist of up to 4 varying colors. The different tones and hues blend seemlessly with their surroundings and will often camouflage any stains that many appear on the pavers over time.
A good rule of thumb is to consider how the sun hits a site. Important factors to account for are how long an area stays sunny, which direction the shade is casted, and whether or not it is desired to make the area feel larger or smaller.
4) Achieving Goals
What specific effect are you trying to achieve? Should the look be more of a subdued paver to blend in with the landscape or more of a spiced up paver that will pop against the surroundings?