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.