The polygonal stone is an ideal suggestion for cladding the alleys in the garden, courtyard or terrace. It is highlighted by the representative cut, also called “crazy paving”, which results in the creative forms in which this type of stone is available. You can choose the polygonal stone characterized by various colours, as well as by the random size of the surface seen and having a relatively constant thickness of about 5 cm. The resistance and durability of the polygonal stone are considerable (fire, frost, erosion), and can be used for a coherent appearance of the exterior of the house, and for fences or facades.
Here are some polygonal stone variants with which you can beautify the exterior of your house this spring:
Vidu Red sandstone has an intense, fresh colour that will contrast nicely with the plants in the yard or with the freshly cut lawn. It is well valued if the rest of the arrangement (unpleasant, vertical parts) are, for example, white, the Red sandstone helping to arrange a relaxing and welcoming exterior. Terrace covered with polygonal stone Sandstone Rosu Vidin
Another interesting variant is the polygonal limestone Decor Stone Yellow – this time, the beige, light shades of the stone will be suitable for rustic shades in exterior design concepts.Terrace wall covered with polygonal limestone Decor Stone Yellow
The same stone, Decor Stone Yellow, can be used for another important type of cladding on the outside – the base of the house, as in the image below.Terrace wall covered with polygonal limestone Decor Stone Yellow
Slate Kavala – available even in the Antique version, points out the simple colour of the stone, but with a maximum effect, in well-thought-out combinations. An example, in the image below. Antique slate polygonal stone