Buffalo granite cobblestones provide a mid-grey colour in three different natural stone finishes. Split face granite cobblestones provide the richest colour as well as the best textural grip, bush hammered cobblestones have a flatter surface but still maintain a textured finish, and granite cobblestones split on six sides draw on the traditional European cobblestone with a truly organic and rugged feel.
Whether you’re looking to replace your old brick paving with cobbles 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 granite pavers, concrete 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.
|100x100, 20mm||62||1920 units|
|Split finish top and sides, sawn bottom||(23.7m2)|
|100x100mm, 30mm||74||1600 units|
|Bush Hammered top surface, split sides, sawn bottom||(19.75m2)|
|100x100mm, 40mm||99||1200 units|
|Split finish on all six sides||(14.8m2)|
Design with flexibility
Our range of cobblestone flooring supplies is second to none. From granite to bluestone, Italian porphyry and more, we can supply a range of finishes and depths in a cobblestone format ideal for any design project.
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The garden is a series of courtyards, each with a distinctive style, purpose and shape. On the street side the garden is planted mainly with indigenous shrubs, trees and grasses giving it a local flavour. The driveway was constructed in irregular sized slabs of off-white concrete and the rendered boundary wall is inset with planters and timber panels. Upon entering the front gate you are lead through the courtyard past a shower and a bench to the front door, walking over slabs of siltstone and Buffalo granite cobblestones. These are natural all weather materials that feel great underfoot - a prerequisite for any beach house. This first courtyard finishes with a large square pond positioned on axis with the kitchen window. The triangular shaped swimming pool is the heart of the garden and is backed by a horizontal screen of obscured glass and Almond crazy paving. Almost every room in this beach house looks inward over this central body of water, creating a home reminiscent of a weekend away.