How to Build a Stone Seating Bench on a Paver Patio
Consider adding stone seating benches on a paver patio to charm and style your outdoor living area. These seating benches provide an attractive accent to any backyard or landscape and offer […]
Do you love adding texture to your landscape, such as stamped concrete? Good news! Some pavers mimic stamped concrete—which means you have a better option. Let us show you three beautifully textured pavers you might want to use for your outdoor space.
Bring a rugged look to the comfort of your backyard with Granite Stone. To make granite-like pavers, we take an exact digital copy of the surface of a piece of granite and transpose the design onto a paver. This results in a beautiful, natural stone look.
Granite stone comes in five color options:
Our Alpine Stone™ pavers are also rugged. They reproduce the character of the high mountains with a fractured surface and battered edges. The Alpine-style complements the weathered look of any of our tumbled pavers or wall blocks.
Alpine pavers are a perfect alternative to stamped concrete. They come in two textures—you can choose between smooth or tumbled, depending on whether you want to just add some texture or a totally rustic look. Either way, these pavers make any space feel like you’re in the mountains.
If you are drawn to the traditional look of the Eastern United States, you may want to consider La Pietra™ as an alternative to stamped concrete. This paver looks just like a natural slab stone, and it replicates the look of natural Pennsylvania bluestone.
The five basic sizes of La Pietra™ pavers all module off of a base of 7”,14”, and 21”. These sizes are great to blend together for patterns or unique looks, if that is something you like.
If you love the size and color choices of La Pietra™ but have a more modern style, you can opt for La Pietra™ Moderna, the modern alternative to La Pietra.
If you are ready to start your paver project, we have a guide that might help. Download our free Project Planning Guide so you can be prepared before you start your project.
Choosing a paver can sure feel overwhelming. You have to consider size, style, thickness, color, and more. That’s why we made a short and simple quiz that asks a few questions about what you’re looking for and, at the end, provides a recommendation, or two, you can start with.Learn More