stamp project that didnt look like a driveway in a Florida housing project. what about flagstone?It gets 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
wonderful project. We chose this stone because it 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.
bluestone,clay brick or concrete pavers. Make sure you are actually getting true Travertine and not something like Jerusalem Limestone for example (which is a softer stone). Also, you can't use the same thickness outside as you would use and pay for inside. Typically, the material you would use inside in