Category Archives: Planning a New Garden

Make your patio stand out: Our guide to feature paving

Make your patio stand out: Our guide to feature paving

Published on 28th February, 2018

Make your patio stand out: Our guide to feature paving Feature paving can give your garden patio a real ‘wow’ factor, making it stand out. Here’s three of our favourite ways of using feature paving in your garden.   The Midnight Star Bring a touch of class to your patio area with a midnight star. […]

‘Sleeper Effect’ paving slabs

Published on 5th October, 2016

Railway sleepers are an enormously popular gardening material, they are versatile, look fantastic but will over time fade and rot and can be slippery when wet. At Stansted Paving we decided to overcome this problem by manufacturing concrete sleepers which are available in a variety of colours and can be used to create patio areas […]

The Versatility of Rotunda Circles

Published on 26th September, 2016

A Rotunda will add novelty and interest to your garden project. A Rotunda is formed of concentric circle rings and comes in three sizes; 1.8m, 2.55m and 3.55m diameters. Each ring comprises various numbers of segments. Each size of Rotunda can be supplied as either a full, semi or quarter circle. All sizes are available […]

Planning a New Garden

Published on 6th September, 2013

Whether you have just moved into a new home and want to give the garden your personal touch, or you just want to revamp your current garden, once you have the vision you really need to stop and make a plan. There are lots of things to consider when planning a garden, so you thought […]

Why Not Update Your Garden With a New Patio?

Published on 30th May, 2013

Do you dream of a fantastic new garden, but don’t have the funds to make it a reality? Why not update your garden existing garden with a new patio? It really can be an amazing transformation and there are so many designs and products to choose from. Traditional slabs, cobblestone effect, circles, octagons, herringbone. Then […]