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A simple way to transform your garden, paving slabs can be used to create the perfect patio, outdoor dining area or garden path. We’ve got everything from sandstone to brick, terracotta and even limestone garden paving slabs for sale. Alternatively, save yourself some hassle by buying one of our all-in-one patio paving kits.

From graphite to sandstone, our selection of paving slabs lets you pick from different hues and textures to reshape and reinvent your garden or patio. If you want your patio to look modern and fresh, large, grey or white stone paving slabs are the perfect choice. For a more natural and rustic look, opt for some small cream, buff or terracotta patio paving slabs. If it's a timeless garden path you're after, explore our round and circular paving slabs.

Crucial to choosing the right paving slabs for your outdoor space is knowing which material would suit your landscape best. For example, if you’re looking for durability, natural stone paving slabs (like sandstone and limestone) will last you years. Each slab is different, meaning you’ll get a unique layout that will only look better as time goes by.

If you’d like a more uniform layout, we recommend smooth paving slabs, as these have been softened to give your garden space a more curated feel.

Get ready to transform your outdoor space today when you browse our range of garden paving slabs online or in-store at Homebase.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you lay paving slabs?

Laying paving slabs can be a tricky task to get right, so sometimes getting a professional in is the best answer. However, if you fancy a DIY project, check out our guide for how to lay a patio.

How do you cut paving slabs?

If you need to, you can cut paving slabs using a hammer and a chisel. However, it's best to either leave this to a professional or ensure you buy paving slabs of the correct size.

Can you paint paving slabs?

Yes, you can paint paving slabs using masonry or garden paint. Always remember to clean the slabs before you start painting.

How do you clean paving slabs?

The easiest and most effective way to clean paving slabs is using a pressure washer. The pressure of the water will remove even the most stubborn dirt and debris, leaving your patio slabs sparkling clean. For smaller areas, you can use warm, soapy water and a brush.

How do you grout paving slabs?

Grout is what you put between paving slabs to stop weeds growing in between them and prevent the slabs from moving. You can grout paving slabs using a pointing mortar made from building sand and cement.

Again, if don’t feel confident, it's best to leave this job to a professional. However, if you can handle some DIY, get some more guidance in our blog on how to lay a patio.

How many paving slabs do I need?

How many paving slabs you need will depend on the size of the area you wish to pave. Check out our guide for how to lay a patio for some expert guidance on measuring your patio slabs.

How do you cover old paving slabs?

There are numerous ways to cover old paving slabs without the hassle, and cost, of having them taken up and replaced. You can use garden paint to freshen up your patio slabs, or decorate them with beds or trough planters of plants and flowers. Explore our Garden and Outdoor hub for more outdoor inspiration.

Can you glue loose paving slabs?

No, we don't recommend using glue to fix loose paving slabs as it likely won't be strong enough to hold them in place. The best thing to use is mortar, in the same way as when you first laid the tiles. Visit our guide to how to lay a patio for more detailed instructions.