• Bluestone Claddings: versatile and durabile

    Transform an ordinary wall into a feature wall!

    There are many different ways you can use bluestone to create a stunning impression on your walls. Here are two options for you to consider:

    • Honed Bluestone

      Most people who pave with bluestone choose aero sawn bluestone. This surface has an anti-slip finish. Honed bluestone has a smoother, more polished surface that is also slightly darker than the aero sawn finish. Honed bluestone is too slippery for outdoor flooring, but it is perfect for feature walls.

      By using honed bluestone on your feature wall, and aero sawn bluestone on your flooring you can create an elegant tone-on-tone effect. You can use pavers of the same or similar dimensions on both the floor and the wall – this will create long lines on your feature wall that draw the eye up and create an illusion of height.

    • Bluestone Stackstone

      Bluestone stackstone has a rougher finish with a slightly more jagged texture that creates a dishevelled look that is still orderly and organised. The smaller sized shapes of stackstone have the effect of keeping the eye lower, reinforcing a sense of being grounded and centred. Bluestone stackstone is a similar colour to aero sawn bluestone, and together they are a juxtaposition of spontaneity and structure.

    Growth of bluestone cladding

    Cladding with bluestone adds to the elegance of your property, enhancing the look and appeal of the traditional and contemporary designs.

    Make a difference in your home or office by choosing bluestone cladding.

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  • Choosing the right colour for your granite pavers

    When it comes to paving, many people prefer granite. One of the reasons is because of the beautiful palette of colours that granite is available in.

    The colours that Premier Pavers currently has available in granite include shades of black, grey, and golden peach. Many more shades, like whites, greens, reds and pinks, can be ordered in. Granite pavers in black and grey are the most popular, but there is a great demand for other colours too. With so many colours available, how do you choose between them?

    • Choosing the granite colour samples

    The very first step in choosing the colour of your granite pavers involves coming in and looking at the display of colours that are available or that can be ordered.

    Consider whether you would like your pavers to blend in with the colour scheme you have already designed, or whether you would like your pavers to contrast with the colours in your home and garden.

    Talk with us about your design, bring in your photos and plans, and we will be happy to offer you our suggestions. We will then offer you a few samples to take home so you can see how they look alongside the other features of the area you will be paving.

    • Checking the colour with a full size paver

    After finalising the colour of your choice, pop back in and borrow a full size paver in the colour you like best. Take it home, and check that both the colour and size of the paver are what you had in mind.

    Granite pavers come in many different colours and by choosing the colour carefully, you can give your project a wonderful look that will last for years to come! Come in and select some samples today!

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  • Choosing pavers is easy!

    Choosing pavers is easy! Let’s compare it with choosing a new paint colour…

    Have you ever repainted? If you have, you’ll find selecting paver colours is similar to choosing a paint colour in many ways.

    1. When choosing a new paint colour, you usually select some colour swatches, and take them home and look at them in the space you wish to paint.
    2. Then you usually decide on one colour, buy a sample pot, and paint a little of a wall, to check that the colour is really the one you like best.
    3. If it is, you would then buy enough paint to do the job.
    4. Often people buy a little extra paint, to ensure that if they need to do touch ups in the future they will have the exact same colour.

    Likewise with pavers, we suggest you:

    Visit our showroom, talk with us about which stones and colours would best suit your design, and take home some samples.

    1. Then, when you have decided on a colour and a size, borrow a full size paver from us.
    2. Once you are sure you have selected the right size and colour, place your order for all the pavers you need for the job. Remember that if the pavers you like best aren’t currently in stock, you may need to allow between 7-12 weeks lead time, as our products are sourced from quality quarries around the world.
    3. We usually suggest you purchase 10% more than your measurements indicate, as this allows for cuts that may need to be made, and also gives you a few spare that can be kept under the house in case you need to replace any pavers in the future.

    Not too difficult at all!

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