Bluestone Capper Pavers

The client chose 600x300x30mm Bluestone pavers as cappers to give a more substantial feel to the garden edging.

Bluestone Landscaping Design

This landscaping design focuses on strong geometric lines. Bluestone pavers are the perfect choice as a paver due to its consistency and blue grey colour.

Pool Entrance

What a great entrance to this pool.

This geometric design adds a dramatic flair.

Bluestone Paving Stones

This photo demonstrates the process of placing the Bluestone pavers on a bed of concrete before bring in top soil to finish the garden.

Bluestone Pavers with Pebble & Mulch

Bluestone Pavers do not fade in U.V light and are extremely hard wearing as they are originally formed in volcanos. As a result they make a universally useful stone for landscaping. 20130522-101550.jpg

Bluestone(Basalt) Honed Tiles 800x400x20mm

These Bluestone tiles have been laid into a  mortar bed.   Once the native grass has grown this will be a exceptionally beautiful path.

Bluestone tiles compliment and exposed aggregate driveway

This  inner city Melbourne home has chosen to feature Bluestone on  the main path way.   Bluestone 1000mmx500mm & 500mmx500mm tiles looks dramatic against the dark exposed aggregate driveway.

Fine Double Honed Bluestone Tiles

This is a fine example of Fine Double Honed Bluestone used in an external application. The  colour of the tile is darker than a standard honed Bluestone.

Where do Bluestone pavers come from? Part 8

This video demonstrates the quality control process  in the factory  manufacturing Bluestone pavers.

Bluestone step treads

Solid Bluestone step treads were popular choice for Melbourne Churches and commercial buildings due to its plentiful supply and hard wearing characteristics. Today step treads are formed in concrete first and then Bluestone tiles are laid over the top.