U.S Brick Pavers Retaining Walls
One of the most common functions of a retaining wall is to stop erosion on hillsides in cases where growing plants to control erosion is either undesirable or impractical. But you are underestimating the possibilities for these structures if you see them only as erosion-fighters.
Consider how you are changing the “lay of the land” on your property when you erect a retaining wall. An area that is sloping and unusable can be leveled off (behind the wall) to create an outdoor living space, such as a patio, or to create new garden beds.
For a different look, erect a series of smaller retaining walls, rather than one big structure, and terrace the hillside.