Written by Paisley Tedder

7 garden flooring ideas to try this summer

Give your garden a revamp for the summer by adding some stylish new flooring, we share our favourite new ideas below, handpicked by the Good Homes team

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Whether you prefer decking and artificial grass or indoor outdoor tiles, the flooring of your garden can really define its style. We searched through some of the most popular designs for summer 2021, to save you hunting through suppliers. Read on for our favourite picks, and watch the full video on our Instagram story or highlights.

Bute artificial grass, from £14.99 per sqm, Carpetright

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Traditional grass can be hard to maintain, particularly if you have pets in your garden. Fake it for an easy life with this stylish turf, its simple to maintain and looks fab to boot.

Read more: Artificial grass: the ultimate care guide

Gatsby porcelain outdoor tiles, £45 per sqm, B&Q

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Take up the 1920s trend with these black and white tiles in various patterns. They’ll look quirky on your patio or balcony and give everything an elegant look.

Chatham tiles in dark grey, ivory and green, £39.95 per sqm, Walls and Floors

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Make the run up to your front or back entrance show off your property with this decorative path setup in a mix of on-trend shades.

Harewood grey porcelain outdoor tiles, £60 per sqm, Al Fresco

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Bring the inside out with this unique set up making your garden an extension of your home.

Runnen floor decking, £20 per sqm, IKEA

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Ideal for balconies and patios alike, this easy to work decking is simple to put together and works a treat.

Croyde graphite indoor-outdoor porcelain tiles, £30 per sqm, Wickes

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Create a special space in your back garden with this eye-catching idea.

Hyperion oak composite decking, £57.10 per sqm, Envirobuild

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Low maintenance and long lasting, you can’t go wrong with composite decking.

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