Choosing The Right Tiles for Your Garden
Gardening is usually the responsibility of professionals but with some great guidance and careful planning, it can also be done DIY.
It can be hard to know how to use the limited space in your garden, but a good place to start is by dividing it into zones. Once you’ve figured out what each area should contain, it will be easier for you get some garden inspiration!
This home has a nice lounge space for relaxing with your friends, as well as a dining area for hosting gatherings. Additionally, the landscape design provides space for nature to be showcased—creating a tranquil environment in this busy world.
In this post we’ll be looking at how you can use pavement tiles to create a base for a seat area in your garden. They are commonly used as the ground cover when there is no soil to make them firm and stable. We partnered with a Leicester tiler to create a range of looks under three different garden styles, contemporary, traditional, and Moroccan.
Decking became popular in the early 2000s but fell out of favour for a few reasons. It requires a lot of upkeep, needs to be replaced regularly and is prone to rotting.
Everscape wood are perfect for garden landscaping. They provide a great alternative to the usual wooden planks and you’ll find that their safety features make them practical too.
Grey garden tiles immediately create a contemporary, sleek feel to your space. Choose a mid-tone grey for a concrete-like aesthetic and take advantage of rounded, chunky furniture to provide an interesting tactile element.
Take an alternative look at your dining space with concrete bench seating – perfect for a dining set! The design includes a beautiful planter that will help break up the shades of grey.
Consider choosing a structure of plants with varying heights – palms for lower levels, succulents up high.
An office space also needs to be well-lit. Wall lighting is good for practicality, whereas a ground light creates a more relaxing atmosphere.
If a traditionally English style garden is what you’re looking for, you may wish to consider flagstone style slabs. Although they are quite hard to keep clean in the British weather and potentially dangerous, they still offer a traditional look that will go well with certain types of houses.
Everscape tile is resistant to stains and spills so a quick wipe down at the beginning of spring will give your patios and gardens an awesome fresh look all summer long.
The Everscape Pitsbury pattern tiles are a great way to take your design into the modern day. This vine-covered walkway provides a sense of character with its cottage-style planting. Plus, they look just as beautiful as they do practical – providing your guests with an enjoyable stroll.
Slatted oak coloured furniture will contrast satisfactorily with the grey and work well with neutral toned accessories such as cushions, throws and a hammock. Balance the look with muted greens and off-whites on wood or stone and burnished coppers light fixtures.
To recreate a Moroccan feel in your garden, use colours and patterns. Use earthy tones with accents of bright primary colours.
One way to create pattern on your walls is by using a small format tile in a certain shape, for example an octagon. You can also opt for printed pattern on square tiles. If you have an enclosed, cozy seating area you can make it feel decadent by using bold colours and powerful geometric shapes.
A low corner sofa in richness of colour will best emulate the comfort & elegance of a 5-star riad. Mix and match rustic furniture with other stylish elements and finish the look with accessories that have Arabic details. If you really want to take your customers for a trip to exotic Morocco, then you’ll need to have some warm lights (and a couple of patio heaters!