Top 10 Garden Tiles
Top 10 Garden Tiles
Most of us don't make the most of our outdoor spaces, and it's a real shame! This season, why don't you create a stylish garden patio where you can entertain guests and lap up the sun? Here are our Top 10 Garden Tiles...
1) Icaria Slab Tiles
With their gorgeous slate effect design and lifelike veining, our Icaria Slab Tiles are perfect for create a natural-styled patio space where you can relax and unwind in the sunshine!
2) Leinz Grey Slab Tiles
An easy to clean alternative to concrete paving slabs, these Leinz Grey Slab Tiles are perfect for piecing together a charming terrace.
3) Planate Indoor / Outdoor Tiles
One huge trend when it comes to utilising an outdoor area is to integrate it into your interiors by creating an indoor-outdoor space. This is where you build your patio space up to the same level as your interior, and you use the same tiles in both spaces to create a seamless transition - as if it's one large free-flowing floor area. This is to help blur the boundaries between your home and garden, so that you can enjoy those outdoor spaces. Above, this has been achieved using Cellar-Door Luxury Wood Tiles.
4) Minster Rustic Slate Effect Tiles
5) Trax Tiles
6) Calcario Garden Tiles
7) Medici Natural Slab Tiles
8) Sherwood Wood Effect Tiles
9) Cava Unglazed Quarry Tiles
10) Churchill Victorian Mosaic Tiles
If you're thinking about selling your home anytime soon and you want to get the asking price, one thing you'll need to address is your kerb appeal - what does the front of your home look like? If you've got a drab and uninviting garden path, that's not going to excite the buyer. That's why it's a great idea to create a stunning period pathway. Above, one of our customers pieced together his own striking pattern using our durable clay Victorian Spare Tiles. Even if you're not selling up in the near future, it's a great way to greet your guests!
There you have it - our Top 10 Garden Tiles. From realistic wood effects and multi-sized stone effects, through to textured split face designs and leaf motifs. Which will you be using to transform your outdoor spaces