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Paving Stones: Not Just Rocks (Part Two)

Sandstone is strong, durable and has a nice rustic charm and often the first choice for homeowners when it comes to outdoor paving. Composed of quartz grains and natural cementing materials, sandstone has a completely natural look and feel, with subtle marks and patterns running through it. With a wide variety of colors, shapes and sizes to choose from, sandstone looks completely natural in every garden. Extend that sleek grey paving throughout your home for contemporary continuation or make your patio area pop with bold darker sandstone, for stylish look.

An effortlessly elegant material, porcelain creates a timeless look for your home and garden. To create that strong and durable nature, the material is heated up to around 1400 degrees Celsius, making it scratch-resistant and long-lasting. Porcelain offers a practical and beautiful finish for your home from all other types of paving. Imagine Italian porcelain in your kitchen or dining area for a classic and clean look – that’s the type of image this material creates.

Whether it’s used for outdoor and indoor paving, Concrete is a great option for those on a budget. It’s a man-made product, designed to replicate the look and feel of natural stone. While concrete is a cost-effective option, it may not give you the finish you’re after. Artificially designed to look and feel like natural stone, it won’t achieve the same contemporary, stylish appearance. Even so, concrete is a popular choice for driveways, due to its budget-friendly, durable nature – after all, driveways can be almost any shape. From very long and narrow ones to an extremely wide version that replaces the grass in your backyard. With variety of colors, textures and patterns, it will make a great addition for a unique, lively introduction to your property or a thought-provoking center piece inside your home.

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