Romantic Tarrytown TerraceEclectic Landscape, New York

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CA L wrote:May 15, 2011
  • Buster Kitty
    what variety of blustone did you use for this patio? is it natural or flamed? thanks!
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    Westover Landscape Design
    Hello Buster Kitty, thanks for your e-mail. The stone we used for this terrace is bluestone. It was laser cut and was imported from China. Good luck with your project. More at www.WestoverLD.com Enjoy!
Redesign Solutions wrote:Apr 21, 2013
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    Westover Landscape Design
    Hello Nrolli7183, thanks for your question. We used 2 inches of stone dust on a base of 4 inches of gravel. Good luck with your project. Robert
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jgvt23 wrote:Jul 22, 2015
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    Westover Landscape Design

    Hello jgvt23, thanks for your comment and question. It is a beautiful terrace and one that was custom built on site and is a site specific installation with the materials on hand. This is called a random pattern or an irregular pattern. The stones varied in size 1' x 2' and 2' x 3' and 2' x 2' all set and laid in one day. Each terrace we design and install is different, and the stone may vary from quarry to quarry or pallet to pallet...so if we were to install this terrace today (with similar, but different stone, it might look very different that what you see here.


    My advice is to hire a professional, high quality designer, and make sure to see samples of their work in person, and of course go with them to the stone yard to pick out the stone.


    I hope this helps.


    Good luck with your project!


    Robert Welsch

    Westover Landscape Design

    More at www.WestoverLD.com

emcare wrote:Nov 18, 2013
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    Westover Landscape Design
    Hello evulcain, thanks for your question. The gate was custom made on the spot from extra fence panels. Good luck with your project! Robert
flannery223 wrote:Jun 13, 2013
flannery223 wrote:Jun 13, 2013
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    Thanks for your question flannery223, those are Limelight Hydrangea mixed in with Oakleaf Hydrangea (not flowering in this image) they are planted about 5 feet on center. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project! Robert More at www.WestoverLD.com
rae3434 wrote:Jan 5, 2013
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    Thanks for the questions Rae3434, we pitched the entire patio to the top right of this image, away from the house and towards the driveway and street. Beyond the gate, the grade changes and goes down two steps - about 14 inches to the driveway and garage grade level. Also this is a "soft base" with stone dust rather them cement joints which helps drainage and permeability. Thanks for asking. Robert

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jlenolan
jlenolan added this to Janice's Ideabook 2Jul 12, 2018

This is a unique design I find pleasing. Could it be a stamped concrete? This would look cool with drawings of ancient Native American petroglyphs $ pictographs

elyssa26
elyssa26 added this to outsideAug 2, 2017

Bluestone climbing roses behind hydrengea and host as (garage beds)

aydesign
A T added this to Bluestone patioJul 20, 2017

This is called a random or irregular pattern.

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