‘Slab’ is a rather appealing word, isn’t it? It sounds nice and chunky, evoking a pleasantly thick piece of solid rock, weighty and near-indestructible. Incidentally, that’s a reasonably accurate description of our quartz paving slabs; as the name suggests, they’re designed to look as much like natural quartz stone as possible. You’ll notice subtle colour variations from slab to slab, and this ensures that the paving is as eye-catching as it is authentic.
The true beauty of our quartz paving lies with its variety. As with all of our porcelain products, you’re more than welcome to order a free sample, but bear in mind that a quartz-paved patio is more than the sum of its parts. As aesthetically pleasing as the slabs are individually, it’s the way they come together that really sells the quartz design. With smooth creams, gritty greys, and even a hint of orange, this diverse assortment of stone styles blend seamlessly into one gorgeous whole.
If you’re interested in giving your patio this natural stone patchwork effect, get in touch with PrimaPorcelain today. The quartz paving slabs are easy to install, and they’re even sturdier and more robust than they look!
Why have plain white porcelain tiles when you could have something a tad more interesting? Our delectable Driftwood Porcelain comes in a lovely light colour that will have all the same room-brightening effects as white tiles, but these pretty paving slabs have that little something extra that makes them all the more appealing.
So what is it that makes driftwood so delicious? If you ask us, it’s all down to the worn-looking surface. The distressed effect doesn’t sound especially attractive (after all, who wants tiles that look like they’ve been used before?) but take a glance at our Driftwood Gallery and then see how you feel about this design. Shabby chic design is very à la mode at the moment, and our wonderful wood-style white porcelain is the ultimate weathered flooring product.
Don’t worry, though; our Driftwood tiles may look a little worn, but looks everything. Beneath that shabby chic design is a robust paving slab that will stay beautiful for years, and it won’t require any near as much TLC as an actual driftwood floor would. If you think standard white porcelain tiles would look beautiful in your home or garden, you haven’t seen anything yet – our Driftwood tiles are sure to be lovelier still!
We offer our customers a variety of paving styles, and we think they're all fabulous, albeit in slightly different ways. Each porcelain design has its own set of qualities, and each one is tailored to suit a particular environment. For example, our Limestone Vanilla porcelain tiles create a bright, brilliant look in the outdoor space, while the Driftwood porcelain looks better on the inside, particularly in kitchens.
But while we can't tell you which porcelain colour is best, we can point you towards our most popular product: Bluestone Design porcelain. It's difficult to put the appeal of Bluestone paving into words, but we're pretty sure that its popularity is mostly down to the fact that it looks good anywhere. Some designs work better indoors, and others look nicer when they're out in the open, but Bluestone paving is equally gorgeous in either setting, This allows you to use the porcelain tiles and pavers in both your home and garden, creating a lovely transition between the two.
Bluestone paving also has a claim to being our most natural-looking porcelain product; they all look authentic, of course, but Bluestone is the best option if you're really keen on that earthy, stone-style look for your living space. No matter what you're trying to achieve, our Bluestone paving is always a sound choice!
‘Vanilla’ is often used as a synonym for ‘ordinary’ or ‘dull’. It’s actually the most popular ice cream flavour in Europe, but that hasn’t prevented the name from becoming a byword for boredom. People complain about things that are ‘too vanilla’, but we have no time for this unflattering usage – it’s high time someone put a stop to it!
Our Limestone Vanilla porcelain pavers are a great start. They may be light and creamy, but they’re certainly not plain – the beautiful, breezy design would brighten up any area! The Limestone Vanilla pavers are a cheerful alternative to darker tiles that look closer to stone, and while you might think that the luxuriant cream veneer would be vulnerable to all kinds of mess, the porcelain is actually surprisingly easy to keep clean!
So join our crusade against the boring people who think ‘vanilla’ is bland – pave your patio with our delicious yet durable Limestone Vanilla tiles and show them all how dazzling a dash of vanilla can be!