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 […]
The Double Park paver is unique in its rectangular, 8×16” size. It gives the feel of plank-style or subway pavers. Many people like linear, thin pavers, so we wanted to provide an option.
Here in the PNW, there was no available paver in this size or style. While you could buy similar styles on the East Coast, there was nothing in the West until now.
The Double Park paver features the subway style, a currently on-trend style, and we wanted to meet that with something quality and long-lasting.
One major bonus of the Double Park paver is that it covers more square footage. At 8×16″, having as many pavers as you usually would need to cover a larger area is unnecessary.
One benefit of the Double Park is that it opens up more of a variety of pattern options.
One of the most significant benefits of the Double Park is that it enables you to build a square space without any cuts. If you can scale your patio size to a multiple of eight inches, you will now find it possible to implement the Leiden Collection and eliminate any cuts!
You can easily pair Double Park with Murata Wall and other budget-friendly cap options. Using the fancier Murata Capella or La Lastra slabs isn’t necessary if you don’t have the budget for it—but the finalized look will still be attractive.
If you’re looking to pair Double Park with other hardscapes, you might wonder what pavers go well with the style of the Double Park paver. Here are a few options.
Double Park pairs nicely with our Holland Stone. The Holland Stone is the traditional brick shape and will fit your hand. Combining it with the larger Double Park paver (either in a pattern or as a border) will produce a traditional feel for your patio.
If you want a more contemporary yet homey look, try pairing the Double Park stone with our standard Park stone. The square paver with a flat top and rounded edges and the combination of the cobbled paver with the tile-reminiscent Double Park will have a winsome result.
Finally, as referenced earlier, the Double Park stone is part of the Leiden Collection. Used along with the other five pavers in the Leiden family, the finished space will win with the artistic, geometric pattern it brings.
If you are ready to jump into the hardscaping process, download our Project Planning Guide!
The free guide will give you all the information you need to know which direction to go. Click here to download it today.
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