Are you looking for an experienced and professional landscaper and paver within 20 miles of Dorking, Surrey? Ayegardening are the family-run business for you, with an extensive knowledge of stone types we can advise you on a patio install to suit your budget and style of your garden and house. We create outdoor paved dining areas and patios for relaxation and entertainment
There are a range of stone types that can be used to create an elegant, sophisticated or rustic outdoor dining area. Here are three types of natural stone that we can install, there are many more, so please ask us for more information.
Ethically sourced Indian sandstone: A high-quality and value for money paving. Available in a range of colours and sizes: traditional beige, warm brown shades, light-grey, fossil-like markings and colourful options. Indian sandstone paving can also be matched with stone setts for edging. Stone circles can be incorporated into designs to make a patio more interesting.
Limestone paving comes in a range of surface finishes and can be used a range of situations from rustic patios to be installed to blend in with surroundings to elegant and sophisticated dining areas.
Granite paving has a consistent colouring and looks perfect in contemporary settings with modern landscaping features. Granite paving can be purchased in silver grey, blue grey, dark grey or black. The clean lines, even colour and texture and hint of sparkle can add luxury to your garden.
Porcelain is a stylish paving which has highly consistent colouring and offers a contemporary feel with clean lines. There is quite a wide range of colours on offer.
To soften and enhance your dining area you may want to incorporate a different texture and decorative aggregate would be perfect for this. Whether it is to compliment your paving or aid drainage a decorative aggregate can add interest and colour to a dining space.
Kandla grey sandstone brings a relaxed feel to this outdoor dining space in Cranleigh. With grey tones and some yellow shades this stone works well in modern and traditional gardens.
Autumn brown sandstone is a firm favourite with our clients. One of the reason is that it is hard wearing and has a mixture of light and dark brown tones. Used here in Ashtead as a traditional paver and adds character to the design.
Our client in Crawley liked the cheerfulness of this raj green sandstone when wet. There are a variety of colours with a green overtone. It has a more traditional feel and has been likened to yorkstone for the types of shades when it is dry.
A traditional mint sandstone patio. Mint sandstone has lovely warm beige and pastel tones with the occasional marbled veins. Our client in Reigate wanted a lovely bright space to relax in and a paving that would compliment the dark grey tones of the other landscaping.
Tumbled black sandstone worked well with this older property in Reigate as the client wanted an established look to the paving. With charcoal grey colouring and some brown tones the paving is low maintenance and has a riven surface.
This kota brown limestone patio in Billingshurst works well with the brickwork around the garden. Our client liked the dimpled texture with the pale blue/grey/brown tones.
Jura Beige limestone is a luxurious paving and quality shines through with the look and feel in this Reigate garden where it was used for stepping stones and a corner patio.
Blue grey granite works well in this garden in Crawley as the contemporary colouring works with the grey fencing. Blue grey granite has a flamed texture and when sealed is low maintenance.
The deep blue/black colouring of Brazilian black slate brings a luxurious and modern vibe to this garden in Guildford. The smooth texture is perfect for outdoor dining spaces.
With gently textured surface and consistent colouring this light grey porcelain paving works well for this small contemporary patio in Crawley, perfect for evening sun and drinks.
Cinder porcelain paving as part of a large garden makeover. The client wanted the look of decking without the yearly maintenance. Cinder porcelain paving is the ideal choice as the texture is realistic and the grained appearance give it the character of weathered wood.
One of our personal favourites, slab khaki has a slightly textured surface and the lovely grey and beige tones work well in a variety of gardens. Seen here in Cheam it creates a seamless inside/outside feel.
Urban grey porcelain which is a cool grey and low maintenance worked perfectly in this garden in New Malden. Combined with vulcano ceniza design board cladding, the two materials create a sophisticated, urban feel.
A surprisingly warm feel to this paving in Mitchum, with the tones of cement mixed with terracotta tones. A clean, simple look that will stand the test of time.
Silver contro paving has warm silvery tones and is extremely hard wearing and slip resistant. Perfect for our client in Carshalton as they had a hot tub area and outdoor dining space.
A new modern extension needed a wow factor of a patio and Trendy black porcelain was chosen with it's sandblasted matte texture and warm charcoal texture- this really complimented the building.
Heath sawn sandstone was used here in Ashtead as it has a warmth and quality about it that worked well with the tones of the new resin bound drive that we installed.
Beige sawn sandstone was chosen for this patio in Horley due to the clean, modern look that tied together the space between the house and garden office.
In our own garden we chose multi mint sawn sandstone as it brightened up a covered area and gave us a smooth area for the children to play on.