Are you planning a patio project and don’t know where to start? This early Spring weather may be inspiring you to look for garden and patio ideas. If so, you need look no further than your doorstep.

As we’ve been compiling our Kebur Porcelain and Natural Stone Collection brochure for this year, we’ve been bowled over by the quality of photos we’ve received from our very own landscaping customers. We wanted to share some of our favourite images of these landscaping projects with you. We think you’ll agree they show just what beautiful gardens can be created when you use the talents of your local landscaper.

Black Limestone patio courtesy of RE LandscapesBlack Limestone

The intense darkness of Black Limestone contrasts beautifully with the white render to create a striking and contemporary look. The deep colour of Black Limestone can be achieved and maintained using a colour-enhancer sealant such as Dry-Treat Intensifia.

Photo courtesy of RE Landscapes






Andhra Grey Natural Limestone paving in small gardenAndhra Grey Limestone

The subtle colour variation of Andhra Grey Limestone adds interest to this low maintenance garden design. And we like the way the 900x600mm paving slabs create a linear look that really work to lengthen the space.

Photo courtesy of Winslade Landscapes





Rusty Slate paving in garden with naturalistic plantingNatural Slate

Natural Slate such as this Rusty Slate or the similar-looking Copper Slate has varied colour tones. This make for a stunning backdrop for naturalistic planting in this characterful garden. Because it is designed on the diagonal, the paving and path create a feeling of space that invites you to explore.

Photo courtesy of Poison Ivy Garden Design






Garden with Silver Grey Sandstone, sleepers and deckingSilver Grey Sandstone Trade Pack

We love how the grey tones complement each other and provide balance in this family garden. The decking, pergola and Silver Grey Sandstone work beautifully together and provide a perfect neutral background for the vibrant planting and lawn.

Photo courtesy of Nigel Graham Garden Design





Thank you to all our landscapers for so kindly supplying photos. We look forward to seeing more of this year’s projects!

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