So far this Summer, you and the wildlife will have done everything to stay cool and hydrated. Not only do water features keep you and your garden cool, but they also keeps our wildlife happy too. With this in mind, use Porcelain to clad a wall that will create a beautiful water feature. Due to its non-porous materials, porcelain will not succumb to limescale or rust. Furthermore, the tranquillity of a water feature will boost your wellbeing.
Create zones that add depth and further interest to your garden. When researching garden inspiration, a dining, living and an entertaining area are amongst the top rated must have areas. Splitting your garden into different zones enables you to relax, eat, drink and have fun all in the same space too.
Create a relaxation area with rugs, throws, lanterns and cushions to extend your afternoons and evenings outside.
Within your dining area, include a ‘plant buffet’ with herbs and edible plants for picking with dinner or cocktails.
Finally, for the entertainment area, create a bar using porcelain paving as a worktop for easy clean ups should spillages occur. Match the worktop with your porcelain paving for consistency and flow through the garden.
Small gardens shouldn’t miss out on benefitting from garden inspiration. Large format paving such as Artisan Serenity, Limestone, Slate, and Granite (to name a few!) gives the illusion of space and vertical paving can provide the perfect backdrop for plants that climb. It creates a continuous flow from the paving on the ground.
Use foldable tables and chairs to keep the space open.
Head over to the Trovia site to see our vertical paving solutions.
Garden inspiration doesn’t have to be all about searching for the right coloured plants; your paving counts too. For contemporary gardens, black, silver or grey paving makes for a sleek and modern backdrop. Golden and beige colours, in project packs create and English country feel. Therefore, coordinate the colour of your paving with flowers to boost and complement each other; black, grey and silver paving with red, orange and yellow flowers. Additionally, golden and multi tone colours such as York Green and beige with soft tones complement pink, lavender and yellow plants.
For those of your who fancy doing something a bit different when looking for garden inspiration, then how about creating a circular wall using spare clay pavers? Firstly, dig a slight trench into the ground and place clay pavers at an angle, to allow a second row to sit on top. After that, fill the circle with soil and plants and voila, you have a unique circular wall.