Here are a couple of benefits of installing a patio in your garden.
It will make it easier to keep your lawn looking great
Patios are ideal for people who take great pride in their beautiful lawns, as this outdoor feature can keep a homeowner's lawn in great condition. If you don't currently have a patio, all of the activities you do in your garden (like sunbathing, having picnics, reading, etc.) have to be done on your lawn. Over time, this will damage it; the pressure that you and your household members place on it when lying or sitting on it when you sunbathe or have picnics out on it will compress the grass and the soil, and it will potentially lead to a lack of aeration that will result in the grass dying off in these spots. Likewise, if you spill hot drinks on the grass whilst picnicking on it, this could ruin the grass in the areas where the hot drinks land.
In contrast, if you do these things on a patio near your lawn, the latter will stay in beautiful condition and you won't have to worry about the possibility of these activities spoiling any part of your outdoor space (as a patio is a robust structure and so won't deteriorate in the way that a lawn would when subjected to spillages or heavy weights).
It will provide a stable surface for your outdoor activities
The other perk of having a patio is that it can provide a stable outdoor surface for your outdoor activities that require this. For example, if you want to dine at a table in your garden, rather than sitting on a picnic blanket, then it's best to put this table on a patio, as if you place it on the lawn, its legs will sink into the soil and it will be hard to make the tabletop level. This could result in your drinks and plates sliding off it.
Likewise, if you ever want to do art or DIY projects that need to be done outdoors, you'll find it easier to do these on a patio than on your lawn. If for instance, you want to spray-paint a cabinet, it will be easier to achieve an even finish if you can keep the cabinet level (as if it were on a lawn, it might sink down in the soil, lean to one side and the paint might drip in that direction).Share