Create the Feel - Country Living

Country Living Paving Ideas

Create The Feel - Country Living

From a small country cottage to a large rural farm below we will outline some of our ideas for a country living garden. From plants and foliage to patio slabs and ornaments we will have something that you may be able to incorporate into your garden. For a country garden there are a few ideas you should stick to but this is only a guide. Where paving slabs are concerned choosing an aged or tumbled slab will really enhance the illusion of an old garden perfect for a country garden. Below are more ideas.

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  1. 1.The first style we are showcasing is from our budget range, an antique york paving slab next to a pond, rockery and some foliage.  
  2. 2. Here we have a more modern take on a country garden. Using ceramic copper paving slabs that have a weathered look with lots of green plants.
  3. 3. Pictured here we have the Cotswold walling used to outline the patio area. Having different size blocks is a great way of making it look older and more in-keeping with the countryside feel.
  4. 4. Raj green is a great choice for paving in the country. Having greens, browns, and greys it blends naturally to the surroundings.
  5. 5. Having a pink to orange coloured paving is a great idea displayed here with Stratas classic Modak paving.
  6. 6. Global stone have a range of tumbled natural stone walling perfect for a country setting as they have been aged to appear older. Here we have the York Green one.
  7. 7. Stonemarket's Millstone range is a concrete stone made to look like the old paving stones and are designed for older gardens or more rural settings. Here is the Olde London colour.
  8. 8. Another choice from Stonemarket is the Quartzite paving Crystal this is a bit of a modern take on the country style but its all white colours will work well.
  9. 9. Cotswold Buff Decorative aggregate is a great choice to edge paving or for a driveway.
  10. 10. Finally an accessory to fit in with most country gardens an ornamental planter.