The sun is shining and we’ve moved from inside the house, to outside this week. If you are looking to inject a little life in to your garden, to ensure that summer days can be spent relaxing outdoors with a glass of something chilled in hand, then we have complied a garden flooring wish-list just for you. Because the floors behind closed doors aren’t the only ones that need careful attention.
For the dazzling dance floor:
The new Brompton tile will make quite the statement. Try it on a raised portion of your terrace to denote that this is the area where the party really takes off.
For the crumbly cottage look:
The Farley Limestone tiles with their brick worn finish are an effortless way to achieve the softness of a provincial walled garden. Moss and weeds growing through the gaps are positively encouraged.
For a decorative deck:
If you like the idea of the raised section of a garden but want something a little less bold than Brompton, try the pretty Parisian Café collection’s Paix, Lilas, Angelina or Flore designs.
For something sophisticated and serene:
Try our Wexford Limestone. In a small flagstone with a semi-honed finish that looks a little like slate but with a bluer tint and an easy-going tumbled edge.
For courtyard cosy:
Think about using our Denham Limestone Seasoned as the backdrop for your cosy new courtyard. Perfect for brunching come the weekend.