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Two-Tone Patios With Porcelain Paving

Posted on 28th December 2021

At Porcelain Paving Direct, we have a wide range of porcelain paving colours on offer to help give your home a well-deserved makeover. If you’ve never thought about combining two colours of porcelain tile together to create a two-tone patio, we have a few ideas on how you can achieve a garden that looks truly unique.

There are a number of different ways to use contrasting colour tiles when designing an outdoor patio, with strikingly beautiful results guaranteed for each method.

Here are the best ways to combine coloured porcelain tiles to create eye-catching designs for your garden.

Multicolour porcelain tiles

A simple solution for a two-tone patio is to choose our beautiful Le Cave Luserna Multicolour Porcelain Tiles. Available to order by the m2, this porcelain product’s shade features the most stunning colour variations and represents all the best features offered by granite natural stone.

If you’d prefer to just invest in one type of paving product instead of mixing tiles, these porcelain tiles allow you to have a multi-coloured patio with ease.

Create a multi-level patio

Create a multi-level patio design with porcelain paving. Create a dramatic contrast between the two levels by choosing colours that complement each other but are also completely set apart on the colour wheel.

Our Volcano White porcelain tiles are perfect for creating a clean-looking elegant base combined with Volcano Dark for the raised areas of your patio.

Design a light-coloured patio with a dark border

As we’ve already mentioned, white porcelain tiles look fantastic when edged with darker tiles to create a contrast.

Choose cream or white coloured porcelain paving for your patio design, such as Brava Crema or Volcano White and border it with darker slabs such as Quartz Anthracite or Street Graphite.

This is guaranteed to form an outdoor area that stands as a beautiful feature of your garden, looks inviting to guests, and will add value to your property.

Checkerboard paving

One of the most popular ways to create a two-tone patio design is to choose the checkerboard style. This is where light and dark coloured tiles are alternated to mimic the appearance of a chess board.

For this striking design, we would again recommend our Volcano collection to create a modern contrast that really speaks for itself.

If we haven’t yet convinced you that porcelain paving is the right investment for you and your home improvement project, get in touch with us and we will be happy to help with any queries you may have.

With valuable experience, we are able to help you achieve the perfect patio, garden, or home interior with our products.

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