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Marble effect patio

Feast your eyes on this spectacular outdoor living space - created using our very own 20mm Marble White porcelain paving slabs!


One of the advantages of using porcelain paving is its incredible diversity. There are so many options to choose from when it comes to tile design, colour, and size, it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re someone who’s looking to break away from the mainstream and bring a bit of excitement into your patio, this is the place for you.

We’ve gathered our favourite unusual paving slab options and pulled them together for this collection; if your aim to have a patio that stands out from the rest, look no further. Let's get into it!


20mm Slate Rust Porcelain Paving


20mm Slate Rust Porcelain Paving

This tile really stands out with its contrasting slate grey and metallic rust style dual-tone. Bringing distinctive contrasts and outstanding character to your garden with these daring tiles. Not only are these Slate Rust porcelain tiles gorgeous but they also have the benefits of all porcelain tiling products, as they're low maintenance and incredibly durable.

  • Dimensions: 450 x 900mm
  • Thickness: 20mm
  • 12 design variations
  • Grip Factor: 4
  • Textured Grip

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Cat-friendly garden patio

YouTubers Chris & Eve recently revamped their lovely back garden using our 20mm Travertine Ivory paving slabs.


We have dozens of different paving colours on offer here at PrimaPorcelain, and we love it when our customers combine two of those colours to create a spectacular two-tone patio.

There are many different ways to utilise contrasting colours when designing your patio, and each method produces strikingly unique results. Read on for some eye-catching examples of this 'mix and match' approach to paving your garden!


Black and white checkerboard patio paving

1. Checkerboard Patio Paving

One of the most popular two-tone patio designs is the 'checkerboard' style, where dark and light tiles are alternated to imitate the appearance of a chess board. This customer achieved that very look using our Henley Black and Hampton Silver paving slabs.


Now that spring has started and summer is well on its way, more and more homeowners can begin thinking about the much-needed garden improvements that they've been putting off during the cold winter months.

And with restrictions slowly being lifted, the garden is one of the first places where we will be allowed to meet up with friends and family, so ensuring it is ready is going to be one of the main things on the to-do list heading into this part of the year. 

Over the years more homeowners have been opting for porcelain as part of their garden and patio redesigns thanks to the countless benefits that it offers over natural stone products but one question that is often asked is 'does porcelain paving get hot in the sun?' If you plan or using porcelain in your garden redesign for the summer and are wondering the same thing, PrimaPorcelain are here to give you the answers you're looking for!