Whether it is your home’s entry pathway or a garden pathway, it needs to be eye-pleasing and functional. Tiles are the best choices for adorning such outdoor areas as they provide structure and style for an extended period. Pathway tiles are different from the standard indoor tiles as they need to be stronger for enduring several elements. Recently we have launched our new pathway tile collection Rhino Pavers which can easily handle high footfall, harsh sunlight to extreme climatic conditions.The ‘slipperiness’ and texture of tiles are far more important in outdoor applications than indoors. No one would want to install tiles that become slippery after rainfall or that one that loses its colour within a few months. Garden pathway tiles must be selected, keeping in mind the area’s surrounding settings to elevate the overall appearance.
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Lay Pathway Tiles To Elevate the Beauty of Your Spaces
Installing pathway tiles is indeed the best way to keep the pathways or other outdoor areas intact for years to come. Apart from being incredibly high on aesthetics, they are durable, easy to install, and hassle-free to maintain. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are excellent tiling options for both residential and commercial pathways. Unlike indoor tiles, garden pathway tiles can withstand different temperatures and weather conditions. They can take high pedestrian traffic while ensuring the lowest possible abrasion. Also, these garden pathway tiles are impervious to stains and dust and do not get faded. Planks with vitrified bodies can also be an excellent choice for walkways and other outdoor areas. Traditionally laid with stone or concrete flooring, pathways now can be decorated with numerous tile designs and colours. Ceramic and porcelain tiles can add a splash of colours, and style with additional benefits. The pathway or outdoor tiles thus are both attractive and functional. Installing pathway tiles is as easy as indoor tiling. If you are tiling a concrete pathway, the process is similar to the standard tiling process. Clearing and levelling the surface, planning the layout, applying adhesive, cutting the tile, and laying them. Additionally, garden pathway tiles can be laid on soil or sand as well. 600 x 600 mm, 300 x 300 mm, 395 x 395 mm, and vitrified planks in size 195 x 1200 mm are well-suited for both residential and outdoor pathways. If you are looking for an extensive collection of outdoor pathway tiles, Orientbell is the place for you. Here, you can explore outdoor tiles in various colours, designs, and finishes as per your needs and taste.
Here are answers to some of the frequently asked questions
What are the pathway tiles?
Pathway tiles are used to adorn the residential or garden pathways. Unlike indoor tiling, they are more durable, sturdy, and offer remarkable benefits. They are resistant to stains, liquid agents, moisture damage and easy to clean. Whether it is harsh daylight or dewy night, they can withstand both without getting faded or damaged. Also, they have a low water absorption rate, which is close to waterproof. Another benefit of garden pathway tiles is that they add elegance and beauty to the area without much effort.
Where to use pathway tiles?
Pathway tiling can be used in residential spaces in front of the main door or gardens, patios, and outdoor decks. Since they can endure high pedestrian traffic, they are ideal for community parks and gardens where people spend some leisure time. You can install these tiles in parking areas as well. They are sturdy, durable, and effortless to install and maintain. Any sorts of stains or dirt can be wiped off their surface in no time. Once laid, they will keep beautifying your spaces for years to come.
How to tile a pathway?
Outdoor tiles add structure and beauty to a pathway, walkway, or other exterior areas. The process of tiling a pathway is similar to that of indoor tiling. Firstly, the surface is prepared by levelling the sand or gravel layer. Plan a proper layout to determine whether or not to cut the tiles. Now place the tiles, maintaining a gap of at least 1 cm or wider. Eliminate any unevenness by using a rubber hammer and fill in the joints with a mixture of gravel and sand to provide more stability.