A premium offering from Italy, our Torino Bluestone natural stone flooring pavers have a beautiful mottled finish. A blue-grey outdoor bluestone paver, Tornio looks stunning by a poolside or as a feature floor in an outdoor paving area. Its smooth texture underfoot makes it a great paving product to use both inside and out.
Eco Outdoor has an extensive range of bluestone wall tiles and pavers. Whether you’re looking to replace your old brick paving with bluestone or some other kind of natural stone tile or you’re just looking for new patio pavers, you’ll find great outdoor design ideas at Eco Outdoor. We’ve created a select range of bluestone pavers, granite pavers and patio paving stone especially for you. Whether you’re looking for new driveway paving, bathroom tile ideas or the perfect kitchen tile, drop by one of our design showrooms today. Whether it’s a travertine tile floor or an organic slate tile, when it comes to natural stone tile we’ve got everything you need.
|Coping / Step Tread|
|Square Edge 700x400mm, 30mm||75||64 units|
|Rebated Square Edge|
|700x400mm, 22mm body, 75mm face||64.25||20 units|
FLEXIBILITY AND CUSTOMISATION
Eco Outdoor is the preferred bluestone paver supplier for those looking for great design flexibility and a high level of customisation in both residential and commercial bluestone paving projects.
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The recently subdivided block created a dimensionally difficult 20x10sqm space to build in and proximity to the street meant a privacy solution was vital. Innovative use of a large external curtain, that wraps around the lower floor’s external space offers a great method of modifying privacy, as well as moderating the summer sun and providing a flexible outdoor living space. From the outdoor curtain to the use of recycled timber, stone and tin, the home works with materials in their raw form to add layers of texture to the building. Torino granite flooring features in the kitchen and downstairs living area, while recycled spotted gum from old telegraph poles form the bench top creating a stunning contrast of raw, natural elements. Any materials that couldn’t be left in their natural tone have been painted black, ensuring the house maintains a natural, textural aesthetic. During the planning stage particular attention was paid to solar orientation and the sun’s path through the home. It was important to allow the sun to stream into the building during winter and block the higher summer sun. Cross ventilation was also a key consideration and the building now requires no air conditioning or heating. The end result is a spacious, light and airy architecturally designed home that is perfectly suited to Brisbane’s warm climate.