Garden Paving Ideas + Hot Trends for Your Outdoor Space

Do you want to make your backyard look like a resort? Well, with these paving ideas together with some garden furnitureyou’ll be able to transform your space from average and plain to pure luxury.

To keep the resort-style appearance you may be looking to recreate, there’s a variety of materials that are attractive enough to act as focal points across the yard. Take a closer look at our curated ideas below and turn your outdoor space into a resort-inspired retreat in no time!

1. Silver grey porcelain

Something to make your deck look bright all day and dark and calm during the night.

2. Sandstone

Modern-looking material, perfect for a driveway.

Sandstone patio paving
Image Credit: Flickr, Paving Direct

3. Nero porcelain paving

Create a bridge between your house and your garden relaxing spot.

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4. Silver grey sandstone

Great for the kids to run outside.

Silver grey sandstone patio paving
Image Credit: Pixabay

5. Indian sandstone

Achieve that modern-looking yard with some Indian Sandstone tiles.

Indian sandstone patio paving
Image Credit: Paving Direct

6. Madera paving

Some white porcelain and wood make an excellent combination for a relaxing spot in the backyard. You can add this style to your list of fire pit ideas as well.

Madera garden paving
Image Credit: Pxhere

7. Porcelain timber driftwood garden

Perfect for a driveway and the borders of your garden.

8. Queens park garden

The owners of this garden in Queens Park used wood and bricks to recreate a rustic appearance.

Bricked garden paving
Image Credit: Unsplash

9. Black porcelain paving

Black porcelain serves many purposes. The first is looking awesome to floor a small backyard with.

10. Modern garden with fire pit

A bridge of sandstone connects the house with this small, relaxing space with a fire pit.

Modern garden paving with fire pit
Image Credit: Field Outdoor Spaces

11. Modern outdoor lounge

Ivory squares with pebbles and light-coloured furniture look amazing together.

Paved terrace living room
Image Credit: Unsplash

12. Stylish backyard

A gazebo focal point across the garden paved with light porcelain.

Stylish paved backyard with a gazebo focal point
Image Credit: Unsplash

13. Garden fossil sandstone

Create some simple benches with sandstone and some bricks.

Sandstone garden bench
Image Credit: WikiMedia Commons

14. Stone path

For a path that borders the house, stone is a very good choice, giving that antique feel.

Stone pathway
Image Credit: WikiMedia Commons

15. Modern porcelain paving

This dark porcelain with rocks on the side brings up an oriental vibe for your modern backyard.

16. Contemporary courtyard garden

A paved courtyard featuring a massive well as a focal point.

A massive wishing well positioned in the middle of a courtyard
Image Credit: Pxhere

17. Chevron grey porcelain paving

With some white walls, porcelain can be arranged into shapes and patterns for an amazing look.

18. Small family garden

Use some grey stone as the flooring for your backyard dinner table area, and combine it with natural or artificial lawn.

Small family garden with mixed concrete paving and lawn
Image Credit: Flickr, Caribb

19. Galaxy sandstone paving

A small, three-level garden with some galaxy sandstone and artificial grass.

20. Raised garden beds

Brown porcelain for the deck and some pebbles for the raised garden beds fit perfectly in this garden.

Raised garden beds with pebbled paving
Image Credit: WikiMedia Commons

21. Modern steps

Combine modern-looking porcelain steps with grey paint to achieve a minimalist look.

Modern courtyard steps
Image Credit: WikiMedia Commons

22. Long aspect paving

Looks like wood, but it’s actually stone. Way more durable and comes in different tones of grey.

23. Granite paving slabs

Granite makes a great pair with some yellow floor lights, to bring up that modern aspect.

A man fixing granite paving slabs
Image Credit: Flickr, MTA Construction & Development Mega Projects

24. Luxury garden patio

The perfect mix between wood, black and white porcelain in this backyard bar.

25. Outdoor lounge with grill

Bright sandstone for your outdoor lounge looks amazing both in day and at night time.

26. Stepping stones with gravel

A budget-friendly solution to revitalise your backyard.

Stepping stones and pebbles
Image Credit: WikiMedia Commons

27. Rotunda

You can also rearrange some stones to create cool designs, such as this rotunda.

28. Modern backyard

Ivory always recreates a modern-looking environment.

29. Timeless entrance

Just some stones and pebbles arranged spectacularly.

Timeless garden entrance with pebbled path
Image Credit: Pxhere

30. Border paving

Too fond of your grass? Don’t pave the entire backyard, only the borders.

This concept would look amazing if you have a long garden.

31. Sandy white porcelain paving

Beautiful white porcelain paving. Add some couches and create a relaxing outside lounge to spend the nights.

32. Granite slabs

Granite and pebbles are a perfect replacement for plants and are way cheaper to maintain.

Granite slabs
Image Credit: Unsplash

33. Old town paving

Opt for a traditional-looking brownstone to bring the appearance of an old town. Only that it’s actually in your backyard.

34. Stairway with graceful curves and pavers

Add a stairway on a garden slope designed with graceful curves. The style creates a sense of intrigue, rather than a straight up-and-down path.

The pavers are simple concrete squares and placed evenly into a bed of pea gravel.

35. Black pebbles paving

The unique shape of this small patio uses black pebbles. Succulents and drought-tolerant perennials will thrive when planted around the perimeter.

Black pebbles paving
Image Credit: Pxhere


So there you have it, some incredible and imaginative garden paving ideas.

Paving can transform the look and feel of any garden, so it’s worth spending some time looking for inspiration for your garden. And we’ll be regularly updating this post with more ideas and inspiration. Until then, why not click the button below to see where your paving could lead you?

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