Porcelain Setts

Porcelain Setts Information

Our porcelain setts extend the range of paving formats in our most popular Project porcelain colours, giving you even more choice in designing your hard landscaping. Useful for edging, borders, in-paving patterns, their versatility allows you to add the sort of detail that emphasises quality of design.

How to use Porcelain Setts

These small porcelain patio tiles are extremely useful for adding finishing touches to a garden design. Use setts in matching or contrasting colours to frame a paved area. This helps delineate the space, while the contrast between sizes of paving adds interest. Porcelain setts may be used to inset creative patterns within a paved area. For example, circular or square designs add texture to large expanses of paving. Setts are also an easy way to create gentle curves in paths that are the perfect match for informal planting and lush borders.

How to cut Porcelain Setts

Thanks to their small size, the need to cut setts is minimised. This is why they are useful, for example, for creating or outlining curved paths, as they can be laid to create a sinuous line without the need to cut. However, should you need to cut porcelain setts, perhaps because you’ve employed a running bond laying pattern and need to match tile edges at the paving edge, then you will need to use a continuous rim diamond blade for porcelain. Setts should be wet cut, and we recommend using a table saw for the most accurate finish.

Small tiles for pocket-size spaces that also add detail and interest to larger paved areas

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