Collection: Grey Porcelain Paving

Our grey porcelain paving slabs are the perfect choice for those looking for a stylish, low-maintenance option for their outdoor space. Grey is always in style and looks great no matter the season, making these slabs a versatile choice for any home. Plus, porcelain is known for being durable and easy to care for, so you can enjoy your new patio or walkway for years to come.

If you're looking for grey outdoor porcelain paving slabs that are both stylish and low-maintenance, then look no further than our selection here at Primethorpe. We've curated our vast range of porcelain paving into various collections, so take a look our extra popular grey porcelain ranges.

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Grey porcelain paving is the perfect backdrop for any outdoor project. Allow other elements of your garden to shine through with a long-last, beautiful option from our Grey porcelain collection.

If you have a bright green lawn, or colourful plants placed throughout your outdoor space, a neutral background of a grey porcelain tile will help these colours shine through.

FAQ's - Grey Porcelain Paving

What is the best colour for outdoor porcelain paving?

It's all about personal preference! For modern spaces, a colour palette of black, whites or greys are always popular.

The Mediterranean vibe is also proving more and more popular. This is often achieved with cream-coloured porcelain.

Do dark porcelain slabs get hot?

No! The finished product is water and weather resistant thanks to the manufacturing process.

This also means they are UV resistant so won't get hot even under the most intense summer sun. A perfect solution.

Do porcelain paving slab's colours fade?

They don't. Porcelain slabs are resistant to UV light, so won't fade over time like other natural stone paving. 

What is the right colour paving for your home?

The best paving colour to choose is normally the one that will best compliment the rest of the house.

  • White House - Opt for grey paving or something darker to act as a contrast.
  • Red Brick - Choosing some red or other colourful stones can be good. A cream may also work here.
  • Dark Roof Slate - If you have a dark roof, then avoid dark paving as the space can become overwhelmingly dark.