Antique Cobblestone Pavers

Your home is a very special place. And when you are looking for a way to give your home a distinguished and beautiful look, antique cobblestone pavers are just the way to do that. There are many great cobblestone uses out there, and we’ve discovered some unique antique cobblestone paver ideas.

Why Cobblestone?

If you are thinking of quintessential European towns or even very old American cities, one of the first materials that will come to mind is cobblestone. In previous decades and centuries, sidewalks and roads were constructed with this type of material, which not only gave them a wonderful look but also lasted for a very long time.

The durability of cobblestones has kept individual stones in use for more than a hundred years. The resulting aging process gives them a very distinct look, which in turn provides your property with a one of a kind look that simply can’t be replicated with new materials.

To beautify your home, you can choose antique cobblestone pavers that are between 150 to 200 years old. Coming from some of the most historic cities in the world, you’ll be able to add a magnificent piece of history to your own home.

Where Can I Use Cobblestone?

Another advantage of cobblestones is their versatility. In fact, you can use cobblestone in a variety of spaces that you want. Using this material you can construct driveways, but the same stones can also be used to create the perfect walkway.

Alternatively, you can also use cobblestones to create a beautiful and unique outdoor patio space. Or, if you really want to integrate them into your home itself, you can do so on the exterior walls of your home or garage space. They also make the perfect flooring for an exterior kitchen – once again showing that they will make a statement in any location.

A Wide Variety

Of course, even once you decide to go with cobblestone, you are able to choose from a variety of alternatives. In fact, we offer 7 different options, allowing you to find the right cobblestones for your home project. Each type of cobblestone is explicitly labeled, so you know exactly what you’re getting.

For example, if you are trying to get an authentic European look, then the Antique European Blend Cobblestones are perfect. These special-blend granite cobblestones come in a color range, from grey to mottled purple, and give you a beautiful variegated pattern.

If you like tradition but want to add a modern twist, the Antique Salt and Pepper Cobblestone is perfect. White granite with black speckles creates a uniquely beautiful, yet muted look. It will offer elegance to your home; especially if your home otherwise features a bold color, it’s a great choice.

Of course, when you are looking for stones that are packed with history, then the Antique Bluestone Cobble just might be right for you. These stones originate from Pennsylvania, some even seeing the time of our founding fathers. You’re not only adding beauty, but also a sense of history. The fact that your sideway had been used for hundreds of years and some of America’s most influential people like Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson may have walked on those very same stones never ceases to be a talking point.

Finally, if you want to go for something truly unique, the Antique Pink Cobblestones are for you. These have a very distinctive color, turning them into an accent piece with your home. If you are looking for a pop of color and even a slightly polished surface, this option is ideal.

Antique cobblestone pavers are a great way to add interesting detail and character to any home. But it’s crucial when buying any antique building materials to work with a reputable company that can ensure authenticity.

Authentic antique cobblestone pavers will make your home even more special and unique. To learn more about all of our products and how to order exactly what you need, please contact us.

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