Our porcelain products are nothing if not beautiful. Well, okay, they would still be durable, versatile, and tactile, but you know what we mean – their appearance is a big part of what makes them so appealing.
Some of the images from our various galleries have already received some glowing feedback on Google Plus and other social media sites, so we thought we’d share a few fabulous photos here on the blog as well. Check these out (click images for larger versions):
Classical, classy living room with Limestone Champagne tiles
Modern kitchen with Driftwood porcelain tiles
Bright, beautiful bathroom featuring Limestone Vanilla porcelain
In an ideal world, every garden would look just as good as the home it's attached to. There are several reasons why this can't be the case, but the big one - the real kicker - is the weather. Interior design doesn't have to cope with the nasty conditions that exterior design does, and where a lounge or a bedroom can concentrate on looking pretty, a garden needs to be geared toward durability and weatherproofing.
The good news is that, in spite of the complications your outdoor space has to overcome, it can still look every bit as lovely as the rooms on the other side of the back door. Our porcelain paving is a superior breed of outdoor flooring; its beauty surpasses that of most indoor flooring products, and it's moisture-resistant enough to deal with everything the elements have to offer. Order a free paving sample today!
You don't have to be an estate agent to know that a nice garden will boost the value of the home it's attached to. The positive effect on property value is one of the most common arguments for redesigning the back yard, and while it's kind of a shame to put all that effort into a space that you don't intend to use, the opportunity to get a higher price for your home is not to be sneezed at, especially in the current economic climate.
But there are hundreds of different ways to beautify a garden, and if you're serious about designing your way to a higher price tag, then you'll have to think up a good strategy first. Back in 2013, thisismoney.co.uk ran an article about the relationship between nice gardens and property value. They came to the conclusion that a big, extravagant garden design can actually discourage potential buyers, especially if they aren't keen gardeners themselves. A meticulously-manicured outdoor space is impressive, certainly, but these things require a lot of looking after; if the new owners aren't prepared to put in the hours, that once-wonderful garden will fall to rack and ruin before long.
So while a big, showy garden might well bump up the estimated value, you're more likely to actually sell your home if your garden is reasonably low-maintenance. And that's where we come in - low-maintenance is our middle name! Our gorgeous garden paving products require almost no care whatsoever, and they're still attractive enough to justify a nice big asking price.
So don't bother fiddling with flowers and tinkering with herbaceous border; you're more likely to catch a buyer's eye by offering them a garden that's beautiful without being a burden. Our minimal-effort porcelain paving looks absolutely stunning, and the new occupants can use it any way they see fit without worrying about the upkeep.
To find out more about our low-maintenance porcelain paving, call 02920 371584 or email email@example.com.
One of the problems with natural stone products – particularly limestone paving, it seems – is how easily they fade. Sure, you’ll be utterly infatuated with those gorgeous stones when they’ve only just been laid, but leave them out in the sun and they’ll be washed-out and ugly before you know it.
This frustrating fade can be prevented with a good coat of sealer, but as you’re probably well aware by now, our motto here at PrimaPorcelain is ‘why bother?’ Applying sealer on a regular basis is just another chore to do, and if you spend a lot of time in the garden, you’ve probably got plenty of chores on your plate already. So why bother sealing your natural stone slabs when you could just plump for some porcelain and bypass the whole problem?
Our porcelain patio slabs are fade-resistant, which means that the look they come with will be the look they keep. Quartz paving, for example, wouldn’t look nearly as lovely if that intricate, colourful veneer went all grey and bleached after a bit of sunshine; fortunately, we realised that fading could be a problem, and we’ve done everything we can to stop it before we can start.
If you want an attractive outdoor floor that doesn’t fade away, porcelain patio slabs are the product for you. Drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
The garden isn't the only space that can be improved by porcelain tiles, and we're always up for a little bit of interior design chat here at PrimaPorcelain. We've been thinking about kitchen design rather a lot recently, and today we'd like to share this magnificently modern kitchen design with all of you.
This contemporary-looking cuisine makes use of our Driftwood porcelain, and we think that those wood-style tiles complement the rest of the room perfectly. Take a look at the larger version of this image, and imagine how much better your kitchen might look with some beautiful porcelain flooring!
We're always sharing beautiful design ideas like this one. If you've got something to share with us, or you just want to see what else we have to offer, follow Porcelain Paving on Twitter - we're pretty friendly folk!