A family of stones inspired by art
The Dutch city of Leiden that this collection is named after was where the geometric De Stijl (de-stile) art movement was born. Not surprisingly, the most popular display of the Leiden collection is the geometric five-stone pattern or the random layout. This stone family is a unique favorite!
- Cambridge Blend
- Jamestown Blend
This five-stone pattern works with our pavers that have a 12″ module such as our entire Granite Stone line as well as our Leiden Collection. It uses 41% Arena Stone, 27% Plaza Stone, 18% Park Stone, 9% Holland Stone, and 5% Half Holland Stone.
Works with Leiden, La Pietra, & La Pietra Moderna (i.e. 53% Double Park, 27% Park, 13% Holland, 7% Half Holland)
Works with Leiden (i.e. 50% Double Park, 25% Park, 25% Holland)
Modified Marseilles uses 30% Plaza or La Pietra™ 14×21, 40% Park or La Pietra™ 14×14, 20% Holland or La Pietra™ 7×14, and 10% Half Holland or La Pietra™ 7×7
Notice: If you use La Pietra™ Quattro, you will have some stones leftover from each layer because this pattern does not match up exactly with the layer quantities.
Works with Leiden, La Pietra, & La Pietra Moderna (i.e. 50% Plaza, 22% Park, 22% Holland, 6% Half Holland)
Works with Leiden (i.e. 30% Arena, 27% Double Park, 20% Plaza, 14% Park, 6% Holland, 3% Half Holland)
Works with Leiden, La Pietra™, and La Pietra Moderna™ (i.e. 34% Plaza, 44% Park, 11% Holland, 11% Half Holland)
Random layouts are commonly used when laying paving stones of various sizes that module together such as the five stone Granite, the five stone Leiden Collection (shown above) and La Pietra™ Quattro. Random layouts are not a pattern. They are literally any placement of the stones in any order.
Two simple tips to ensure that you are laying a true random layout are:
- Never have four corners meet
- Never have any joint running linearly for more than about nine feet.
To see an animation of a random layout, click the play button below.
Patterns| See how patterns work
Learn more about the dimensions, weight, and more that this product has to offer.
|Dimensions (mm):||301 x 301 x 60|
|Pieces Per Layer:||12|
|Pieces Per Pallet:||108|
|Dimensions (mm):||298 x 198 x 60|
|Pieces Per Layer:||18|
|Pieces Per Pallet:||144|
|Dimensions (mm):||198 x 198 x 60|
|Pieces Per Layer:||24|
|Pieces Per Pallet:||216|
|Dimensions (mm):||198 x 98 x 60|
|Pieces Per Layer:||48|
|Pieces Per Pallet:||432|
|Dimensions (mm):||98 x 98 x 60|
|Pieces Per Layer:||88|
|Pieces Per Pallet:||792|
Know exactly how to get this product from the warehouse to your house.
Do you deliver? If so, how does it work?
Absolutely. Unless you’re installing a fire pit kit or building a stone grill surround, you’ll likely need the assistance of a 48-foot flatbed semi-truck with a carry-on forklift. Before we deliver, we’ll always verify that we can access the drop site. We’ll need enough room to turn a large truck around along with 15 feet vertical clearance above any trees or carports.
How much does a pallet of stones weigh?
A pallet of stones weighs about 3,000 pounds, the same as a Ford Focus. That’s a ton and a half of concrete blocks! Each pallet contains about 100 square feet of stones. If you want to know approximately how many pallets you’ll need for your project, divide your total square footage by 100.
If I have extra stones, can I return them?
There’s nothing worse than being stuck with something you don’t need. That’s why we’ve always let our customers return extra stones in like-new condition for a full refund. It’s industry standard to charge a per-stone restocking fee for any returned items, but since it’s challenging to deliver the precise amount of stones for a project, we don’t charge any extra fees.
Do I have to return the pallets my pavers arrive on?
No, you don’t have to return the pallets. However, just like glass milk jars, we charge a $20–30 deposit for each pallet delivered.
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