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Natural Stone Paving Slabs

Unleash the potential of your surroundings and reimagine your living space with the timeless elegance of paving slabs.

Black Limestone Natural Cleft Paving Slabs

£ 31.74/m2 £ 23.81/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Yellow Limestone Natural Cleft Paving Slabs

£ 41.6/m2 £ 31.20/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Kandla Grey Natural Cleft Sandstone Paving Slabs

£ 30.00/m2 £ 27.00/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Rustic Copper Slate Patio Sawn Riven

£ 45.78/m2 £ 36.63/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Mint Sandstone Honed Beige Patio Slabs

£ 40.2/m2 £ 34.17/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Kota Blue Limestone Natural Cleft Paving Slabs

£ 35.2/m2 £ 26.40/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Rainbow Sandstone Honed Paving Slabs

£ 66.53/m2 £ 49.90/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Sea Grey Tumbled Limestone Paving Slabs

£ 40.29/m2 £ 24.17/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Autumn Brown Sandstone Natural Cleft Brown Paving Slabs

£ 33.6/m2 £ 25.20/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Brazilian Slate Natural Cleft Green- Grey Paving Slabs

£ 63.4/m2 £ 53.89/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Raj Green Natural Cleft Sandstone Patio Slabs

£ 27.00/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Black Limestone Sawn Riven Outdoor Paving Slabs

£ 41.61/m2 £ 33.29/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Rustic Grey Sandstone Natural Cleft Patio Slabs

£ 31.76/m2 £ 27.00/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Fossil Mint Sandstone Natural Cleft Paving Slabs- Beige

£ 28.80/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Camel Dust Sandstone Natural Cleft Buff Paving Slabs

£ 27.60/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Yellow Sandstone Natural Cleft Garden Slabs & Exterior Paving

£ 35.88/m2 £ 21.53/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Charcoal Sandstone Natural Cleft Garden Slabs & Exterior Paving

£ 42.00/m2 (Inc. VAT)

Fossil Mint Sandstone Tumbled Paving Slabs

£ 33.92/m2 (Inc. VAT)

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Add Natural Stone Paving Slabs to Your Gardens, Patios and Walkways for Style Statement

The right kind of outdoor tiles is an important consideration, especially since you have to choose the right material. Whether you are an avid gardener, love entertaining in your garden, or simply like to sip a peaceful cup of tea in your backyard every morning, the right ambience is vital for you to enjoy our outdoor areas.

When picking paving blocks, think about durability, colour, texture and finish, and pick the one that seems most suitable to you. We offer an extensive range of natural stone patio slabs for you to choose from, based on their characteristics and your style.

Natural vs Man-Made: Which Paving Slabs are Best for Outdoor Areas?

Natural stone paving slabs are often the most preferred, since they’re extremely hard-wearing and can last for years without damage. Natural stones have been around for centuries, and are considered immensely valuable for the natural production process, and unique colours and patterns.

All our paving slabs are sourced ethically and eco-consciously, from dedicated quarries at specific locations across the world. Every piece goes through a round of finishing and polishing, while retaining the natural hues, patterns and veins. Since the stones are all formed within the Earth, every individual piece is unique and unrivalled.

We stock different types of stone flooring all through the year:

All of these are extremely popular for use in exterior paving and are available in varied textures and colours.

Outdoor porcelain paving slabs are standardised man-made stones that are created through an intricate process that involves putting clay through immense heat to create beautiful porcelain stones that are almost identical to natural stones. Man-made stones are rife with benefits - they are durable, easy to maintain and scratch-resistant. Our porcelain slabs for paving are made by hand, by experienced stonesmiths.

Size Range: Small and Large Garden Slabs for Luxurious Outdoor Living

Depending on the area that needs to be paved, use a paving slab calculator to determine the right size of the slab you need. Try out the calculator on our website to ensure you make the right decision. Our products are available in sizes of 900 x 600 and 600 x 600 paving slabs in thicknesses of 20mm and 22mm.

How To Lay Outdoor Slabs - A Quick Guide To Installing Natural Stone Patio Slabs

Installing paving tiles can be relatively easy if you are hands-on with small home projects. You will need to be precise and patient, since you are looking for tiles that last for the long term. For beginners, here are 4 easy steps for laying paving slabs.

  1. Prepare a Foundation: First, mark out the area you want to cover with slabs and dig out all soil and vegetation upto a depth of about 150mm. Layer in a sub-base mix to about 100mm and flatten it till it’s firm and flat. If you are using 900 x 600 paving slabs, you will need a bigger foundation.

  2. Create a Concrete Mix: Prepare a clay-like mix of concrete and sand in 1:3 ratio. Layer the mix up to a 40mm depth to prep the base.

  3. Lay Your Slabs:  Before you go about laying your slabs, dampen them so they don’t dry out too quickly and give you some time to make adjustments. Lay the slabs one by one in the paving area and hammer them down lightly. Leave a gap of about 10mm between the tiles. Then let it set for about 24 hours.

  4. Fill the Gaps: Fill in the gaps between the garden paving slabs with a jointing mix to create a smooth even surface.

When it comes to outdoor paving, make the ideal choice to add some character to your garden. The Stone Flooring is a market leader in outdoor paving tiles, with a legacy of offering the best quality natural patio stones at great prices. We offer a variety of stones for gardens, patios, courtyards, pathways and verandahs. All you have to do is try out a sample from a range of cheap paving slabs of superior quality and then place your order. You can also coordinate with some of our other product lines to create a space that’s beautiful and comfortable. We are industry recognised for our speedy service and delivery that makes the shopping process smooth and hitch-free, besides an extensive range to help you buy the exact stone you need.


  1. What are paving slabs used for?
    Natural paving slabs as well as stone patio slabs are essential for outdoor landscaping. They give a solid foundation to your construction in order to build aesthetically pleasing sidewalks, exquisite patios, and sturdy stone flooring, be it in a residential or commercial setting. Since they are so versatile and stunning, natural paving slabs are one of the most popular options when it comes to taking the aesthetics and utility of outdoor spaces up a notch, thereby adding both longevity and a mesmerizing touch to diverse landscaping projects.
  1. What types of materials are paving slabs made from?
    Paving slabs are primarily made of natural stone. There are several options available for you when looking for the ideal stone flooring such limestone, sandstone, and slate. These natural stone paving slabs combine strength with classic beauty. These materials offer a variety of design options, whether they want the rustic appeal of slate or the timeless beauty of limestone. In order to find the perfect match for your project, you can look for the perfect natural stone patio slabs online at The Stone Flooring.
  1. Are Paving Slabs available in different shapes and sizes?
    Yes, we have paving slabs available in different shapes and sizes at The Stone Flooring.
    We have the following shapes for paving slabs:
  • Bevelled: The edge is cut at an angle that’s less than 90 degrees.
  • Hand-cut: The edge is cut by hand to ensure a standard straight area.
  • Straight cut or Sawn edge: Here, the slabs are cut using a machine for extreme precision and finish.
    The sizes available with us are as given below:
  • 600x1200x22 mm
  • 600x900x22 mm
  • 600x600x22 mm
  • 600x300x22 mm
  • 300x300x22 mm
    You can explore the options available at The Stone Flooring website.
  1. How do I choose suitable paving slabs for my project?
    Choosing the perfect paving slabs, such as natural stone patio slabs, calls for careful consideration. There are plenty of things to be considered, such as the desired aesthetics, the durability you need, as well as your budget. There are countless options available when you buy patio slabs online in the UK, each having its own charm and characteristics. With careful consideration, you can choose stone flooring that will both serve your immediate needs as well as help your landscaping project last for years to come. One other way to make the right decision is to use our AI visualizer tool that allows you to try out different paving slab options virtually until you come across “THE ONE”.
  1. How can I calculate the required paving slabs?
    At The Stone Flooring, buying paving slabs online in the UK has been made easier thanks to our integrated quantity calculator which will help you determine how many paving slabs are needed for your project. All you have to do is measure the length and width of your space. For instance, if a paving slab has a square footage of 0.5 square meters and your area is 10 meters long and 4 meters broad, you will require 80 slabs. Our calculator helps you make sure that you figure out the exact amount of natural paving stone slabs you need for your project.
  1. What color paving slabs are there?
    When choosing the color for your paving, you have diverse colors to choose—from delicate and exquisite beige paving slabs to the classic allure of gray paving slabs and the cozy, earthy tones of brown paving slabs. These colors allow you to install aesthetically appealing and inviting stone flooring that harmonizes with the style of your outdoor environment. Further, the context of your landscaping project and your personal preferences certainly play a crucial role. That’s why we, at The Stone Flooring, have a wide range of colors based on the changing design trends and preferences in the industry. Try out our tiles virtually with the help of our AI visualizer tool that allows you to upload a picture of your area to see which tile color is perfect for you.
  1. How much does natural paving cost?
    The cost of natural paving depends on a range of elements. It depends on the area that you want to pave, the type of natural paving stones you pick, the color of the stone you want to use, etc. The décor style you are going for will also influence the cost of natural paving. Hence, it would be hard to say the exact cost of the pavers as it can change from one project to another. You can share the details of your project to get a quote from our team. Also, don’t forget to use our AI visualizer tool to check what type of natural paving will look the best for your project.
  1. How are paving slabs measured?
    The two fundamental measures that are used for measuring natural stone paving slabs are length and width. Figuring out these measurements is crucial when you are researching patio slab sizes in the UK. A smoother installation process and a flawless finish for your stone flooring can be made possible with the help of accurate measurements that guarantee the slabs you choose will match the requirements of your project ideally.
  1. How much is paving per square meter?
    What influences the price of pavers per square meter is the material used and its quality, among other things. Paving slab prices in the UK may differ significantly when choosing stone flooring options such as granite or limestone. The price of paving slabs typically ranges from £15 to £80 or more per square meter. However, we recommend visiting our website or getting in touch with us directly if you want the exact cost of paving. This will give you the chance to explore the wide variety of materials we offer and find the perfect paving slabs that suit both your budget and your taste for stone flooring.
  1. Do paving slabs require maintenance?
    Certainly, paving slab maintenance must be consistent in order to keep up their beauty and endurance. The structural integrity and aesthetic appeal of stone flooring are essentially protected by maintenance solutions such as regular cleaning and appropriate sealing. When you follow a maintenance schedule, you will be able to make sure that your paving slabs continue to be a stylish and long-lasting addition to your outdoor area, enhancing its usability and appeal for many years to come.

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