We have pleasure in presenting the National Trust paving & landscape collection.
Four ranges of paving and landscaping products of unrivalled quality and character, influenced by National Trust properties and gardens across the country.
Attention To Detail
The collection offers the discerning home owner products that reflect the best of our nation’s landscape tradition.
Our flagstone, paving slabs, tiles, fine aggregates and garden artefacts help to create stimulating and evocative outdoor spaces.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, our products are faithful reproductions taken from historic originals.
With products from the National Trust landscape collection your property can be infused with the charm, style and character of the great British garden.
The Country House Collection features paving flagstones from Petworth House in West Sussex, and cobble setts, kerbstones and shingle inspired by Tatton House and Park in Cheshire.
Inspiration for the Roman Villa Collection came from Chedworth in the Cotswolds (and other Roman settlements in Great Britain).
The Cotswold Manor Collection has been inspired by the beautiful Hidcote House and Gardens, and the Snowshill Shingle and trough by Snowshill, near Broadway.
And finally, the Kitchen Garden Collection takes its inspiration from the great Barrington Court in Somerset, where a range of flagstones and brick pavers are complemented by local golden gravels and mill stones.
“The National Trust have been working together with the established reproduction paving company Westminster Stone to design and manufacture a collection of authentic paving and landscaping products, inspiration for which has been drawn from properties and landscapes cared for by the National Trust. The National Trust Landscape Collection is a result of this unique collaboration.
We’ve been dedicated to protecting our countryside and heritage since 1895 and these products have been carefully selected by Westminster Stone to meet our ethical and environmental standards. As a charity we rely on the public to help us look after this country’s special places – for ever, for everyone”