Perhaps you’re at the beginning of your garden project or ready to start selecting the finishing touches! Either way, taking the time to consider your tile choice can help to really define the overall look you are going for.
Opting for lighter tones can be a great way to add the feeling of extra space, especially when using large-format tiles with less grout gaps. This helps to create a seamless style with natural flow, whether it’s in larger areas or used to break up grass or plant beds. Abbotsbury Sand and District White and Silver are great options for those looking to create a neutral scheme.
If you’re looking to add contrast, take a look at District Grey or Dark and Kammos Grey and Black. These deeper, grey tones will help to add character and are a great alternative to slate tiles. Our ranges of 20mm porcelain tiles are slip and fade resistant, making them a great choice for outdoor spaces.
Indoor Outdoor Living
The rise in indoor-outdoor living has seen many homeowners bring their home into the outdoors, usually through the use of bi-fold doors or a conservatory that opens up into the garden. Large-format tiles are perfect for creating the transition from indoor to outdoor. Whether you opt for dark or light tones, something textured and detailed, or something simple, tiles are a practical and beautiful choice.
Terraces and small spaces
If you’re working with a smaller garden, terrace or patio area, you needn’t compromise on style. Opting for large-format porcelain tiles can even help a space to appear larger than it is, but for something with more detail why not take a look at patterned tiles.
Our Odyssey range features patterned tiles in muted colours, perfect for those looking to incorporate more detail. For a muted look with subtle features, take a look at Cotehele Teal on Chalk, these tiles have a hint of blue which looks gorgeous in an outdoor setting.
For something more colourful try Harlequin Green tiles, their checkerboard effect makes them a great choice for smaller areas that might benefit from a pop of colour. Or take a look at our wide range of Victorian Floor Tile patterns which are especially suitable for older properties.
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