Taking the Biscuit: How to Incorporate this Trending Colour into Your Garden Design

Biscuit colour shades are popular in home decor because they provide a warm and inviting atmosphere that creates a cosy and comfortable feeling. This colour palette is considered a neutral hue and pairs well with a variety of other colours, making it a versatile choice for interior design. Additionally, biscuit shades are thought to promote relaxation and calmness, which are desirable qualities in a home environment.


Adding Biscuit Colour Shades to your Garden

If you want to use biscuit colour shades in your garden, here are some features you could consider:

  1. Garden furniture: Choose biscuit-coloured garden furniture such as benches, chairs, and tables to complement the overall colour scheme of the garden.
  2. Planters: Incorporate biscuit-coloured planters into your garden to create a cohesive look.
  3. Garden structures: Consider adding garden structures such as arbours, trellises, or pergolas in biscuit shades to add depth and interest to your garden. Simply paint timber structures to the colour you desire.
  4. Garden accents: Use garden accents such as sculptures, birdhouses, or lanterns in biscuit shades to complement the overall look of the garden.
  5. Ground cover: Consider using ground cover plants in shades of mossy green or delicate ferns to create a soft and inviting look in your garden.

By incorporating these features, you can create a harmonious and cohesive garden design that incorporates biscuit colour shades.

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Rowlinson Albany Lounger

Stonemarket Avant Garde Sandstone Chaise Lounge

Rowlinson Prestbury Bistro Set

Rowlinson Hanoi Corner Sofa Set

Rowlinson Havana Lattice Bistro Set


Choosing Paving to Complement Biscuit Colour Shades

For a garden with a biscuit colour scheme, you could consider using the following paving materials:

  1. Porcelain paving: A great choice for light biscuit and cream colours as there are many choices of paving in this colour and being almost completely non porous, porcelain paving is easier to maintain as well. 
  2. Natural stone: Natural stone such as sandstone, limestone, or yorkstone can add texture and interest to your garden. Choose stones in shades of biscuit to continue the theme.
  3. Concrete pavers: Concrete pavers come in a variety of colours and can be easily moulded into various shapes, making them a versatile choice for garden paving. Choose paving slabs in a biscuit colour to complement the overall colour scheme of your garden.
  4. Clay brick pavers: Brick pavers can provide a classic and timeless look to your garden. They work well in both contemporary and traditional style gardens. 

By using one or a combination of these paving materials in biscuit colour, you can create a harmonious and inviting garden space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

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Paving Superstore Porcelain Italiano Quartz Beige

Natural Paving - Sandblasted Sandstone - Cornsilk

Paving Superstore - Riven Sandstone - Buff Natural

Strata Sawn & Honed Sandstone Elegance Rimini

Brett Concrete Canterbury Old Cotswold

Paving Superstore - Porcelain paving - Aosta White

Paving Superstore - Honed Sandstone - Fossil Buff

Stonemarlet Sawn & Sandblasted Sandstone Beachside Sand

Natural Paving - Sawn Sandstone - Ivory

Strata Paving - Porcelain - Polar Ivory

Brett Porcelain Eden Limestone Fawn


Best Planting to bring to a Biscuit Colour Scheme in your Garden

For a garden with a biscuit colour scheme, consider using the following plants:

  1. Grasses: Ornamental grasses such as fountain grass or pampas grass provide movement and texture in the garden and come in shades that work well with the natural tones of biscuit and will complement the overall colour scheme.
  2. Ground covers: Ground covers such as Ajuga or Creeping Thyme come in shades of muted green and will help to unify the garden and introduce a softer complementary tone.
  3. Shrubs: Shrubs such as Hydrangea, Roses, or Spirea come in shades of pink, white, and yellow and will provide a pop of colour in your garden in tones that work well with the natural rhythm and feel of the garden.
  4. Perennials: Perennials such as Lantana, Salvia, or Yarrow come in shades of orange, pink, and yellow and will provide season-long colour in your garden and once again provide a gentle contrasting yet complementary hue. 

By using a mix of these plants, you can create a lush and inviting garden that incorporates biscuit colour shades along with delicate contrasting tones in both the hardscaping and the softscaping. Additionally, consider incorporating plants with variegated leaves in to add interest and texture to your garden.


Buying Paving from www.pavingsuperstore.co.uk

There are several reasons why you may want to consider buying your paving from Paving Superstore:

  1. Wide selection: Paving Superstore offers a wide selection of paving materials including natural stone, porcelain and concrete, in a variety of colours, including biscuit shades, to suit your needs and budget.
  2. Expert advice: The knowledgeable and experienced staff at Paving Superstore can provide expert advice and guidance on choosing the right paving material for your garden.
  3. Competitive pricing: Paving Superstore offers competitive pricing on their paving products from major leading brands, ensuring that you get the best value for your money.
  4. Convenient delivery: Paving Superstore offers convenient delivery options to ensure that your paving arrives quickly and in good condition.
  5. High-quality products: Paving Superstore is committed to providing high-quality paving products that are durable, low-maintenance, and long-lasting, tested and conforming to British Standards. 

By purchasing your paving from Paving Superstore, you can be assured of getting the best products, advice, and service for your garden project.