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  • *New for 2014*

    *New for 2014*



    Have a look at this great selection of paving trends for 2014. If you're looking for inspiration, you can get some ideas for your garden from the newest paving around.
  • Contemporary Paving Ideas

    Contemporary Paving Ideas



    Examples of paving styles suited to a contemporary theme including smooth and sawn sandstone, granite, travertine, marble and terrazzo. Clean and crisp lines and subtle colour variations suited to simple, elegant design are key features in this range of paving styles.


  • Traditional & Cottage Garden Paving Ideas

    Traditional & Cottage Garden Paving Ideas



    Examples of paving to suit more traditional, cottage garden and classic styled homes using new and antique style finishes to achieve that timeless appeal. Paving styles include riven and antique tumbled paving, cobble setts, wood style paving and rustic style bricks.


  • Driveway Paving Ideas

    Driveway Paving Ideas



    A selection of paving specifically suited to applications requiring a minimum depth of flag or block for vehicular use. This range of ideas includes both natural stone and manmade block paving in addition to larger flags specially designed for trafficked areas.


  • Low Cost Paving Ideas

    Low Cost Paving Ideas




    If you are looking to pave your garden on a budget, have a look at some of these low cost paving options for inspiration.


  • Feature Paving & Focalpoint Ideas

    Feature Paving & Focalpoint Ideas



    A gallery of interesting feature paving and individual, stunning centre pieces to adorn your garden paving project. Features include paving circles with interesting koi, butterfly, dragonfly and sunflower contrasting centres in addition to textured wood style paving and pebble inset styles.


  • Mediterranean Paving Ideas

    Mediterranean Paving Ideas



    Examples of paving to create an ambient mediterranean feel to your garden using rustic terracotta and warm, mellow fired earth tones, typically associated with the warmer climes of southern Europe.