Landscaper Ranges of Brick Paving
The continual development of ever more styles and colours in garden and landscaper paving places Chelmer Valley shoulders above any other paver supplier in the UK.
Imaginations are set free with inspirational concepts and patterns that enrich outdoor spaces in ways not previously considered. Add to this the longevity, true value for money, and unrivalled quality, and the benefits of Chelmer Valley landscaper paving options become hard to ignore.
Landscaper paving formats have evolved over time, and the original ‘brick on edge’ method has again become the landscaper paver of choice for garden designs and public spaces. This style once again dominates design, and we offer many size options in this style, with ranges such as Alpha, Old Belgium and Nostalgie, alongside formats like old garden bricks, in styles like the Cottage Garden range.
Selection Of Landscaper Clay Pavers
Maximising the options in the on edge style in both unit sizes and fresh colours clearly enables us to provide a full range of options in landscape paver design. Old Belgium is small, slim, and antique, compared to the striking very long larger pieces of the Artisan range. Yellows, reds, browns, blacks, greys, multis, plain tones…we offer eye watering options to stimulate visual senses in imaginative paving units.
Landscaper paving designs can be further enhanced where designers explore the combining of several types from within one range to create bespoke multis on site that are individual to the project. Unique paving individual to the client, every time. Some examples of this are seen in our gallery images.
This idea can be taken to yet another level. A few types in our ranges have different colours or degrees of texture from one side to another. Thus, by spinning around the paver, effects and colours can be ultimately controlled in a unique way. For example, Alpha Silver Grey has a lighter grey and a darker grey side. So, this can be randomly used, or all light, all dark, or any degree of each as is desired. Perhaps starting lighter, and slowly across the design moving to dark at the other end. Or using all one way, apart from a pattern design in the landscape paving area somewhere perhaps. This can also be explored with Old Belgium Brown that also has this property in the pavers.