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  • Pots and Pithoi Courtyard

    Seamless, porous resin bound surfacing for Cretan pot supplier in West Sussex

    Contractor True Grip Ltd

    Terrabase Rustic Beach

    When it came to redesigning the courtyard at Pots and Pithoi in Turners Hill, West Sussex, David Dodd from The Outdoor Room invited Addagrip approved contractor True Grip Ltd to install our patented Resin Bound Terrabase Rustic system.for the surfacing element.

    Pots and Pithoi is the leading supplier of Cretan terracotta pots. At their West Sussex premises, the inner courtyard has been completely redesigned with five water features and a mosaic “Minotaur” labyrinth to reflect the origin of the pots. The outside seating area for the café has also been expanded..

    David Dodd of award winning design company The Outdoor Room was specific about the surfacing material requirement:

    “For the newly designed courtyard at Pots and Pithoi I was looking for a material that would be both functional and beautiful. I’ve used Flemish pavers for the paths and I’d decided to use the Terrabase Rustic installed by Truegrip for the bulk areas. It blended in beautifully with the surrounding buildings and landscaping. The professionalism from the staff, both management and installers was second to none. The quality of the workmanship was excellent and the finished result is outstanding. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Truegrip. Brilliant company, brilliant product!”

    True Grip installed 150m2 of Terrabase Rustic Beach blend, complemented by paved areas, creating a porous, low maintenance, decorative surface that acts as a stunning backdrop for the Cretan pots.