Call today 0800 002 9910 WhatsApp
Rated: Excellent
    Select Country
Straight to your door
On all our products

Porcelain

Porcelain wall cladding has become better and better over the last few years and it's now hardly distinguishable from natural stone in many cases. There are different styles to choose from including those with the appearance of small sectional pieces of stone adhered to the wall to create a heavily textured finish. Of course, despite the appearance, they are formed from much larger tiles that are simple to install. Other feature walling gives the impression of much larger pieces of natural rock and again give a heavily textured appearance that works well with the simple classic lines of a plain paving slab option. 

Grid List

29 Items

per page
Set Descending Direction
Grid List

29 Items

per page
Set Descending Direction

Designing a Garden with Wall Cladding and Wall Coping in Mind

When designing your garden, it's important to take into account all of the features you ideally want to include. This includes attractive features such as wall cladding and wall coping. By choosing the right materials for these features, you can create a look that's both stylish and complementary to your home.

1. What is porcelain wall cladding and wall coping?

Wall cladding is a covering for the external wall of a building, which can be made from in a variety of styles ranging from the appearance of small slivers of stone to large impressive tiles.  Wall cladding is often used to improve the appearance of a building or to cover an existing unsightly wall, however in many projects where a secluded area is desirable, this can be constructed using standard concrete blockwork walling and then covered in porcelain wall cladding.

Wall coping is a moulding or strip that is used to cover the top of a wall and can be used simply to provide a seamless finish or can often double-up as a seat on lower walls. 

2. What are the benefits of using wall cladding and wall coping in a garden?

There are many benefits to using wall cladding and wall coping in a garden. Wall cladding can be used to add extra insulation to a wall, which can help to keep the wall warm in winter and cool in summer. Wall cladding can also be used to improve the appearance of a wall. Wall coping can be used to create a border along a garden wall, or to create a raised bed. Wall coping can also often be used as step treads of laid vertically, as a planting border. 

3. How can you design a garden with wall cladding and wall coping in mind?

There are a few things to consider when designing a garden with wall cladding and wall coping in mind. The first is the material of the cladding and coping. Both should be made from a material that is weatherproof and durable, so that they will last for years under the conditions of a garden. The second consideration is the style of the cladding and coping. They should both be in keeping with the style of the garden, so that they create a cohesive look. Finally, the height and placement of the cladding and coping should be considered. They should be placed in a way that allows for easy maintenance and access, while also looking aesthetically pleasing.

4. What are some of the best wall cladding and wall coping products on the market?

There are many different types of wall cladding and wall coping products available - some made from natural stone and others from porcelain so it can be difficult to know which one is the best for your project. Here are some of the most popular porcelain products we offer:

For wall cladding, we really like the Talasey Vitripiazza Rok Green porcelain wall cladding as its muted neutral shades look good in any garden. For an unusual rustic appearance, the Paving superstore Italiano Minerals Pizzara wall cladding offers a unique style giving the impression of large pieces of cut stone combined with smaller sections. 

Another rustic appearance porcealin wall cladding is offered by the Digby Stone Vulcani Multicolour option. 

The skill in using wall cladding in garden deisgn is to use this to introduce vertical texture and interest to the garden and combine with with a plain understated paving option. 

For wall coping, porcelain makes an excellent choice due to its durability. As porcelain is produced in matching matches, many products such as wall coping are made to order from the same batch of stone so we have a handy link that shows the porcelain products that can be customised to suit. 

With the right materials, you can create a garden that looks great and functions well. Wall cladding and wall coping are two important features to consider, so be sure to choose the right materials for them.

Live Chat Paving Superstore
Live Chat!