The nights begin to draw in and the temperature starts to drop but this doesn’t mean you can’t continue to enjoy your new outdoor space. Autumn and winter are probably the best times of the year to renovate your patio as demand for products & services decrease and better deals on materials may be available- see our best paving offers here.
Once your new patio is installed it is time to consider how to make the most your new outdoor space throughout the cooler months. With the correct accessories and style, you can utilise this additional space all year long.
Your new patio area doesn’t need to become out of bounds just because temperatures drop. Add a chimenea, fire pit, or install a wood-burning stove to add a cosy warm feel whilst enjoying your favourite tipple with family & friends. Porcelain paving is perfect to use as a base for outside warmth as it is not only frost proof but also fire – resistant.
Install outdoor lighting to make your outdoor space bright and cosy. Add lighting too fences, feature walls, around porches or trees to add warmth. Candles and tea lights and pedant lighting will add a further touch of elegance and highlight some of the more subtle textures and tones in your porcelain paving or cladding such as those lustre tones in our Yura porcelain cladding.
Accessorise With Throws & Blankets & Rugs
Add subtle tones to garden furniture to bring warmth to your external space. Throws, blankets and multiple layering of materials can turn any outside space into a warm & relaxing entertainment space in the cooler months. Want to know more? With lots of useful information like Is Winter the Best Time to Renovate your Garden? And Why Are Porcelain Tiles so Popular? We can provide you will all the knowledge you need! Want some expert tips to help make sure you choose the perfect paving option for your patio? Or maybe you’d like to know more about the importance of maintaining porcelain paving? Check out our blog for our top tricks and tips!
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