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Bluestone Flagstone Patio Pavers have a lovely blue hue with a soft, warm blue/gray color. Bluestone flagstone pavers’ rich texture and natural cleft surface makes them very unique and a great stone for building, as a veneer and for patios. Bluestone is quarried in mines throughout Northern Pennsylvania. We stock a wide selection of flagstones for pathways and gardens. Available by the lb, ton or pallets .
Bluestone is a very durable stone with a pleasing earthy color palette. The name “Bluestone” can be somewhat misleading as this material is really a full-color stone in hues, from blue/gray, browns, greens, rust and lilac. It is also avaiable in all blue
Full Color, Blue/gray/green/brown, just as it is quarried
Blue/Blue, all blue
BLUESTONE FLAGSTONE SIZES:
1/2″ thick Full Color or Blue irregular pieces
1″ thick Full Color or Blue irregular pieces
1-1/2″ thick Full Color or Blue irregular pieces
2″ – 4″ thick Blue only irregular
3″ – 4″ Blue only irregular
Driveway using a blend of flagstone pavers creates an enticing entry to this home. Sweetwater multiblend flagstone pavers represent a sandstone superior in hardness, consistency and smoothness to other flagstone in its’ class. It contains rich, variegated colors of tans, browns and chocolates.
Italia Porphidi Cobblestone Driveway and Entrance
Our Italia Porfidi granite cobblestones have inspired top masons to use them in fabulous new designs. Troncoso Masonry Design created a new fan design for this driveway and paired the Porfidi with our bluestone ledger stone.
Our timeless Italia Porfidi granite cobblestones are cut from European granite with a red, brown and gray color palette.
Sweetwater Cobblestone Driveway
Some of the most coveted homes in Los Angeles are located in Brentwood, just north of Santa Monica. A favorite paving material in the Brentwood area is natural Sweetwater Oklahoma sandstone cobblestones from our Bourget Flagstone Co. location.
We carry gorgeous Sweetwater sandstone, Bluestone, Lompoc, and Granite cobblestones that are square cut and tumbled to provide rustic charm.
The richness in texture and color of natural cobblestones is unsurpassed and superior to concrete paving materials.
This tumbled cobblestone driveway in Calabasas California utlizes beautiful Oklahoma Sweetwater Sandstone tumbled into brick-shaped cobblestones.
The tan, brown and reds of this particular cobblestone make for an organic, textural experience that can only be captured through natural stone.
The driveway was designed by Gerardo Troncoso of Troncoso Masonry Design.