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To find out how many tiles or paving slabs you need for your project, you will first need to work out the area of the space in question.


Happy new year! Even though it's the middle of winter and 2022 has only just begun, our customers have sent us some lovely photos of their gardens since the Christmas holiday finished, and we can't wait to share them with you.

Here are some of the pictures we've received from PrimaPorcelain customers in the last week or two...

Forest Grey Larch porcelain paving

This lovely patio uses our 20mm Forest Grey Larch paving slabs. These low-maintenance porcelain tiles have a unique design that looks like weathered grey wood. Ideal if you want to bring some Nordic style to your garden!


Porcelain paving in Leicestershire

Earlier this year, Marvin Building Services - a construction company based in the East Midlands - installed some PrimaPorcelain paving for a customer in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.


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.