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                    [post_content] => The range of materials for garden ‘floors’ has grown enormously in recent years.

Certain materials suit particular styles and you’ll find something suitable for every taste.

Sandstone paving is stylish, clean and smart. It is a good material for the Sydney garden as it is the natural and dominant stone. When landscaping, it often pays to match your materials to your surroundings and sandstone certainly does that especially in our northern and southern suburban gardens where plenty of natural stone still exists.

Granite is great for formal looks and it looks great in Japanese or oriental styles of garden. Here it is mixed and matched with black quartz pebbles and cobbles for contrast. Using setts, small squares of granite (or any other stone) adds texture and great interest to the paving design.

Clay tiles come in just about any colour and unglazed tiles in natural earthy tones are always a good bet. Lay them on a concrete base and match them to the surrounding style of plant and design.

Mixing pebbles and pavers offers unlimited possibilities and an opportunity for creative new looks. This technique can be adapted to most styles and are particularly good with tropical style gardens.

Terracotta with mini-mondo inlays always looks good and it is easy to maintain. It’s one of the most versatile styling devices too, looking good in classical, traditional and cool climate styles and equally good in formal and informal gardens.

Timber paving is a fairly new way of dealing with a traditional material. New preservatives make it easier to use and longer lasting.

Concrete pavers come in all colours and sizes making it easier to add a creative streak to standard paving situations. Mixing and matching colours and textures of the same style of paver is one way to make your garden paving unique and dramatically different.
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Certain materials suit particular styles and you’ll find something suitable for every taste.

Sandstone paving is stylish, clean and smart. It is a good material for the Sydney garden as it is the natural and dominant stone. When landscaping, it often pays to match your materials to your surroundings and sandstone certainly does that especially in our northern and southern suburban gardens where plenty of natural stone still exists.

Granite is great for formal looks and it looks great in Japanese or oriental styles of garden. Here it is mixed and matched with black quartz pebbles and cobbles for contrast. Using setts, small squares of granite (or any other stone) adds texture and great interest to the paving design.

Clay tiles come in just about any colour and unglazed tiles in natural earthy tones are always a good bet. Lay them on a concrete base and match them to the surrounding style of plant and design.

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Terracotta with mini-mondo inlays always looks good and it is easy to maintain. It’s one of the most versatile styling devices too, looking good in classical, traditional and cool climate styles and equally good in formal and informal gardens.

Timber paving is a fairly new way of dealing with a traditional material. New preservatives make it easier to use and longer lasting.

Concrete pavers come in all colours and sizes making it easier to add a creative streak to standard paving situations. Mixing and matching colours and textures of the same style of paver is one way to make your garden paving unique and dramatically different.
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The range of materials for garden ‘floors’ has grown enormously in recent years.
Certain materials suit particular styles and you’ll find something suitable for every taste.
Sandstone paving is stylish, clean and smart. It is a good material for the…

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