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How To Choose Your Paving

How To Choose Your Paving

Are you wondering how to choose paving for that new patio you are finally getting around to creating, or for the old patio that needs updating? It may seem a very daunting task selecting the perfect patio slabs for your project. However, we aim to take some of the mystery out of shopping for your new patio stone, so you can pick the perfect patio slabs for you! How to choose the right colour You should always consider your surroundings…

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Create a Gabion Basket

Create a Gabion Basket

Gabion Use Gabion baskets can be used within your garden to create a unique and tailored look in the form of a gabion wall or seating area. Other common uses for them are gabion planters or plant pots. Due to their versatility, gabion baskets are becoming a popular landscaping feature. Therefore at Stone Warehouse we supply a range of gabion baskets in different sizes. This ranges from a small 27cm cube which is ideal for smaller spaces to our largest 75cm cube which…

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Which gravel for your garden or driveway?

Which gravel for your garden or driveway?

How do you choose the best gravel for your garden when you’re creating a driveway, path or border? There are many factors to think about including colour, texture and durability. This article should help to guide your decision to making the right choice for your landscaping project. Gravel can be a relatively low cost landscaping material for covering large areas, or for adding decorative finishing touches to outdoor spaces. There are a few key questions to ask yourself when choosing…

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Our Black Basalt on TV!

Our Black Basalt on TV!

Stone Warehouse products recently featured on an episode of George Clarke’s Old House New Home. This series follows George as he helps couples make their period homes fit for modern life. The Project Episode 2 featured Shrez and Tom who had been lovingly restoring their Victorian terraced home in South East London. However after a rogue trader took almost all their savings they enlisted George Clarke, one of the UK’s leading architects. George showed them how to make financially sound design ideas…

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