Cobblestones are a strong, natural material, originally collected from riverbeds where the flow of the water made them round. When set in sand or bound with mortar, cobblestones once proved perfect for paving roads. With the strength of cobblestone, no ruts developed in the streets.
If you are working on a renovation or addition to your home or commercial building and would like to match your old brick, you first should consider exactly what you mean by “match.”
Reclaimed brick is a fantastic option for a multitude of DIY projects–pathways, fire pits, outdoor fireplaces–those projects are fun and add a ton of beauty to your landscape.
Brick is known for its durability, but lack of maintenance or poorly done repairs can cause trouble. Faulty materials, workmanship or design can also lead to deterioration.
Antique Bricks DIY Projects: Do you have some old bricks lying around your property that just seem to be taking up space? Or maybe you want to do some outside…
When incorporating pavers into a building project, you will have many choices for natural stones to pick from. A popular option great for a variety of building projects are granite cobblestones.
Are you looking for a unique idea for your new driveway, patio or walkways? Do you want materials that can be sustainable and actually helpful for the environment? Reclaimed granite pavers could be the perfect option for your next home project.
A Fireplace on your patio has a lot of uses. They make great places to circle around when the weather outside is clear but chilly.
Talk about using old paving bricks in landscaping, and the first thing that comes to mind is walkways. Even so, there are plenty of other uses for them you may not have thought of-here are just a few we thought were worth mentioning.
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.