really hot as i remember from my youth in colorado. The thing is , I have a rusty roof,a barnwood grey siding, and i thought i would go with something with a little oxide to tie in with the roof and contrast the grey.Its in a rural area, Twisp WA. so I cant go too fancy. Origionally I was builing a french
doesn't get hot (we had no shade from the sun).
I hope this helps!
Travertine doesn't get hot like granite or bluestone, because it doesn't have any metals in it. That is what wicks the heat from the sun. Maybe a sandstone/flagstone, like "Tennessee Crab Orchard" is a good way to go. It comes
doesn't get hot and it complimented the look, style and tones of the home. The Travertine on this project was 4" thick is some places (primarily pool deck and stepping stones) on a dry base.
I have added another image of the 4'x 4' stepping stones.