More "contemporary" grey paving options feature in Bradstone's 2016 catalogue

Riverwashed limestone, wood-effect porcelain paving and more "contemporary" grey options are among the new products Bradstone will introduce to the garden landscape market in 2016.

Madera wood-effect paving in Birch. Image: Bradstone
Madera wood-effect paving in Birch. Image: Bradstone

The paving supplier is also extending its colours and sizes to a number of product ranges for its 60th anniversary next year.

Porcelain Paving:

The new Madera wood-effect paving is available in Birch or Oak shades. It offers the look of wood without the maintenance, as well as being non-slip and impervious to stains. It is available in 20.25m2 packs in a 900mm x 225mm size.

Mode porcelain paving - introduced to the market in 2015 - will now be available in an oblong 600mm x 300mm paver, offering more design possibilities and laying patterns. It is available with a textured finished in Shell or Graphite and a profiled finish in Beige or Graphite.

Natural Stone Paving:

Bradstone said an increasing appetite for "contemporary greys" has led to the addition of a dark grey option in the Smooth Natural Sandstone range, which previously centred on warm, earthy tones. The 15.3m2 patio pack is made from ethically-sourced Indian sandstone.

The brand new natural Riverwashed Limestone product comes in steel grey, and features a natural split and partially rubbed surface finish with sawn edges. It is available in a a 15.3m2 patio pack consisting of four different paver sizes.

The Natural Granite range has been extended to include a new large-aspect 900mm x 900mm option. The paver comes in Mid Grey and Silver Grey.

Reconstituted Stone Paving:

Ashbourne - a distinctive paving with a riven surface and fettled edges - was previously available in three earth-toned shades but will now also offer a new "on-trend" Weathered Grey option. It is available in 5.67m2 and 12.96m2 patio packs with a mix of three paving sizes.

A new 6.7m2 patio pack has been introduced to the Layered Slate Effect product, which comes in Dark Grey and Light Grey.

The Yorkstone flag-style Old Town paving will now be available in a 8.8m2 patio pack in Grey-Green, incorporating 600mm x 150mm slate edge feature pacvers. Colour options for the existing 6.4m2 patio pack have also been increased to include Dark Grey and Cotswold shades.

Driveway Paving: 

Bradstone introduced two new driveway block paving products for 2016: Lumley Cobble, a stone-coloured concrete product with a cobble-effect finish; and single-size 300mm x 100mm packs of StoneMaster block paving, which was previously only available in mixed-size packs.

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