Notice the vein look of this paver cut in a french pattern. This is a travertine paver with an unusual twist. I believe we are the only supplier in town with the vein cut paver. It has a walnut look with a very subtle red that is barely visible but ads to the flavor of the piece.
This is another shot of the vein cut paver and you can see this photo in the sunlight which makes it appear a little lighter. The piece gives it a different feel so that you will have a piece that is exclusive and no one else has it.
This is a block style set up with 6x12 travertine pavers.
Here is a travertine paver job with a travertine paver top in the pool. I have noticed more people are creating tops inside their pools to serve as a gathering place for drinks or talking while enjoying a swim.
This style is more of an open look with less landscaping. Some people just want a big deck that spans across their backyard giving plenty of space for entertainment or even weddings or other social events.
What you see here is a travertine paver deck that is covered by a patio cover. I like what they did with the support beams because the stone around those beams add to the natural stone look.
One question I get every day is "How will the pavers look when used on a narrow walkway?" To the left is a photo of one example.
I like this look because it uses very defined edges to give a crisp clean look in the backyard. The pool builder was able to give this a contemporary feel by creating straight lines.
"I bought noce french pattern pavers in your warehouse and I was delighted with my purchase. Before paying on the receipt, I noticed that the total charge was not much more than putting in concrete. How is that? Anyway after 2 years and a few other additions, I am so happy without the durability of the stone pavers. Keep in mind that I am single and I have to make all these decisions myself and I am sometimes hesitant to make the selection without input from others. Thanks so much." Kerri - Houston