Interlock is usually more cost effective than natural stone and presents a lot of aesthetic possibilities because their stones are consistent in shape and colour and they perform predictably. This product offers clean lines, perfect for formal gardens and modern design. There are also interlock products which mimic natural stone. The finish and edges are meant to look unique to each, but they still maintain their consistent quality for ease of installation.
An example of how different colours and shapes can go together. In this case, the curves of the walkway, circular pad and curved shape of the retaining wall provides continuity:
Here are two other walkways. The one on the left, flanked by a perennial garden, has curved edges and an "unmoving" centre. The walkway to the right uses two types of borders, a large stone followed by a charcoal medium sized stone, framing a linear pattern that flows with the curves.
These steps, flanked with a pair of pillars, features a half-hexagon lower step, followed by larger level interlock step to ease up onto the natural-stone tiled porch, which itself acts as a step up to the house:
A close up of the pattern in the middle step, it feautres a charcoal inset border framing a diagonal herringbone pattern:
Here are straight interlock steps, featuring newly installed black railing and a unique granite rock a the base of the stairs:
These are rounded steps that flare out as you step down:
Unlike the rounded steps above, these are consistent in size. We employed two contrasting colours to add visual interest:
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