Limerick Porcelain Paving
Project year: 2021
Posted: 20 May, 2021
A fantastic collection of complementary and contrasting materials bring style and warmth to this property creating a welcoming and functional garden space.
For the front garden, the customer desired a resin-bound surface and opted for Riviera Resin Aggregate edged with Imperial Black Basalt Edging Stones.
Around the side and to the rear of the property, Imperial Black Basalt Setts have been used as a buffer between the lawn and flower beds and between the resin-bound surface and the gravel path. The gravel pathway has been laid on ECCOgravel30 stabilisation system filled with Golden Flint Gravel. Irish Barley Quartzite Aggregate can be seen surrounding the shed.
The pathway leads to a small area of Black Imperial Setts below stairs to a raised patio area, the stairs have been paved with our Imperial Black Basalt Bullnosed Steps and clad with the same material.
For the patio area, the customer has chosen our EMPEROR Limerick Porcelain paving which beautifully complements the house.
Finally, the water feature that can be seen in the centre of the lawn has been created using a drilled rainbow sphere surrounded by Scottish Beach Cobbles and edged, again with Black Basalt Imperial Setts.
Another fantastic project by Austin and the team.
Imperial Step - Black Basalt
Imperial Edging - Black Basalt
Imperial Setts - Black Basalt
Golden Flint Gravel
Irish Barley Quartzite Aggregate
EMPEROR® Classic Porcelain Paving - Limerick
Scottish Beach Cobbles