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5 Garden Design Essentials

Are you in need of some inspiration for your garden, but not sure where to start? We’ve got all the basics below for you, packed full of tips, advice and product recommendations. Love your Lawn… The grass doesn’t always have to be greener on the other side. Think about what shape you’d like your lawn… Read more »

Which Paving Suits My Garden?

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Thinking of embarking on a new patio project? Paving can be a real game changer for your garden, creating an aesthetically pleasing and practical area to enjoy for you and your family. But with so many options available, which one should you choose, and most importantly, what will work best for your requirements? The size… Read more »

Indoor to Outdoor Paving

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We all love the look of having outdoor paving in our garden and as a patio. It adds style and character, as well as creating a practical outdoor living space where we can relax and have fun with friends and family. But, it is now becoming popular to extend this outdoor paving into the inside… Read more »

What’s The Best Paving Material for You?

What’s The Best Paving Material for You

There is such a wide variety of paving stones made from a wide variety of different materials and making the choice about which you should buy can be overwhelming. However, there are some things that can help you narrow down the number for you to choose from, making that decision a little easier. This can… Read more »

Follow the Yellow Brick Road

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Old bricks look beautifully rustic as the entrance to an old cottage or as a hard-standing in a courtyard garden, but how is this look achieved using materials that are frost-proof and sustainable in the garden? Try clay pavers. Clay paving has a wonderful array of burnt earth hues to suit the colours seen locally… Read more »

Setts Please – We’re British

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The quintessential English country home usually has a 6mm gravel driveway as its standard time-tested uniform, however how practical is this surface and should other options be considered? When first laid and raked even, gravel looks delightful, however over time, the finish can become worn, leaving tyre track areas prone to puddling. The other issue… Read more »

Natural Stone or Concrete – Which Paving Should I Choose?

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If you’re planning a new paving project, should you choose natural stone or concrete paving – what are the pros and cons of each option? Here Paving Superstore explains some of the fundamental differences to help you make an informed choice. CONCRETE / MANUFACTURED PAVING   In years gone by, the only affordable option for… Read more »

Using Paving Vertically – Think Different

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Having seen this beautiful picture today on Pinterest, the wall in the background makes an unusual and interesting feature. It looks very similar to the Natural Paving’s quartzite paving on our website. Quartzite is often overlooked as a paving option and more typical paving slab materials such as sandstone, limestone and slate are used instead…. Read more »

Antique Style Paving – Creating an Instant Aged Appeal

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When designing a paved area for a period home or older style of property, it’s important to consider the finish achieved with different types of paving. For example, a new sandstone or concrete paving will often appear out of character with the charm of the building and possibly even devalue your home. Many older styles… Read more »

Mix Pebbles in with your Paving Design

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Occasionally it is lovely to break up a wide expanse of paving with pebbles. You can leave a slab out and replace with pebbles every so often to soften the paving appearance or even add low growing plants to a gap in the paving. Paving can look beautiful in your garden, however a very large… Read more »