Here are some tips to help your dream garden become reality. Hiring a landscape architect or designer is key to a successful outcome.
Old, used granite or sandstone cobblestones from the Historic European Cobblestone collection have already withstood centuries of wear and weather – and will continue to endure and even outlast the life of your home! As reclaimed material, these old cobbles and curb are the ultimate in a recycled – salvaged and green product.
Belgian Block or Belgium Block, is a general term used to describe very large, usually rectangular shaped (9” up to 12″ long) quarried stones, which have little or no affiliation with Belgium itself. To learn more and how to order
Monarch Stone International imports a tremendous variety of old authentic antique 100 to 400 year old cobblestone pavers from Europe. Historic Sidewalk Cobble® are beautiful hand-split stones created hundreds of years ago for a foot-friendly, flat surface area used for sidewalks and pedestrian areas.
Fall is here! The changing colors of the leaves are candy for the eye and the cooler temps create the urge to bake! But here are some creative ideas, along with important ones for your home from Houzz, to keep you on track!
Salvaged stone paving material, refers to unused or unwanted paving material that has value and can be reused, sold or traded. In today’s green building environment, designers, builders and homeowners are giving serious consideration to green, reclaimed, recycled, used and salvaged building materials that will promote sustainability and a more environmentally responsible living environment.
A natural stone supplier and contractor join forces to bring your outdoor hardscape dream to reality.
A recent article by Houzz.com, focuses on a variety of creative material options for garden borders or edges.
Granite cobblestone or cobblestone pavers, (also called cobblestone setts and Belgium Block) are the most common type of cobblestone used for driveways and walkways. Granite is quarried in many areas of North America as well as worldwide.
The once-common knowledge of what natural stone is and how it should be used has been lost in the information overload found on the internet. When you include options available in man-made/concrete look-alike building materials, its understandable why confusion exists.