A Quick Guide to Tiles for Garden Pavements and Landscaped Gardens
Done properly, a well-landscaped garden can be a green oasis where one can recharge and rejuvenate amidst the beauty of nature. Good landscaping is not just about adding plants, though – a garden filled only with plants might end up looking wild or overgrown, and that’s where strategically placed tiles come in.
Stones and Cement Tiles
Stones and cement tiles are popular choices for paving materials – cement paths can be formed as one long uninterrupted path, while pre-cut slabs like Cementum or stone effect tiles like Pedregal can be laid in separate pieces to make custom shapes and allow foliage to grow between the paving, overall creating a softer look.
Traditionally, when laying stone tiles outdoors, you would need to opt for structured or matte-finish tiles to avoid accidental slips; but with our revolutionary slip-stop tiles, you can enjoy the safety of anti-slip tiles with the glossy finish of polished tiles.
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When it comes to creating a holistic look for your garden, you need not limit yourself to things you can plant on the ground.
If you are considering installing an outdoor table for barbecue parties and for entertaining, you could use big marble slabs to grace their tops, adding elegance to the entire setup. While heavier, they are also more durable and easier to clean as compared to wood.
Besides that, other ideas for big marble slab application can include garden benches or small ponds – they do wonders in making your garden look classy and sophisticated!
Decorating Your Garden
Decorating your garden with mosaic tiles – why not? The combination of tile colours and designs can highlight and bring attention to specific parts of your garden, such as a water feature or fountain. Matching them on your garden walls with sandstone effect tiles with muted colours like Tribes can lend a more earthy and rugged feel while matching them with limestone effect tiles like Legacy would give your garden an air of opulence and elegance instead.