Porcelain Plank Paving

Porcelain Plank Paving Information

Porcelain plank paving brings a new dimension to garden design. Its linear shape makes a valuable contribution to a modern garden where crisp, straight lines often dominate. A very popular combination is gravel and plank paving used for pathways and to pave dry gardens. The distinctive, contemporary outline of these porcelain patio tiles creates strong contrast with the small-sized aggregate.

Laying patterns for Porcelain Plank Paving

The dimensions of plank paving can be very useful in manipulating the sense of space. Placed lengthways across a narrow area, they can, for example, make it feel wider. Laying the porcelain planks as a path with their length running in the same direction of the path will make it feel narrower and longer. These porcelain patio tiles can create beautiful design concepts, laid in a staggered style or at an angle to create extra interest and dimension to a space.

The advantages of wood-effect Porcelain Plank Paving

Porcelain planks are also available in wood-effect colours, allowing you to enjoy the organic look of timber, without its disadvantages. Low-maintenance, hard-wearing and virtually non-porous, these linear porcelain patio tiles don’t need staining or treating to maintain their colour. In damp conditions, overhung with vegetation, they are a better choice than timber, which easily becomes water-soaked and slippery.

Long, narrow paving slabs for strong linear design and patio edge detail

From £48.00 per m² + VAT
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