What makes Crazy pavers so popular is their ability to combine large piece of natural stones with smaller piece to achieve a unique design. Light grey crazy pavers when laid in such a way create a unique paving design. The irregular shape gives a natural, dynamic look to the area and the grey color enhances the overall appeal. They are perfect solution if you want these random stone pavers to be laid in curved areas of your garden. The size variations of each piece make light grey crazy paving a great option when working with curves in a garden, landscape or home design project.
£190.00 – £455.00
Large pieces of natural stones can be combined with smaller pieces to achieve a unique design and are one of the key elements in our Crazy Paving. Light Gray pavers can be laid in such a way to create a unique paving design. The irregular shape gives a natural, dynamic look to the area and the gray color enhances the overall appeal. They are most suitable for curved areas of your garden. The size3 variations of each piece make a light gray paving a great option for garden, landscape, or home design projects.
Crazy paving adds versatility and extra dimension to your landscape design. If you don’t like the neat look of straight pavers, crazy paving may be the perfect choice for your outdoor space. They are also known as random overseas, they are a mixed collection of natural stones of different shapes and sizes. Crazy paving is a flexible product that allows you to create your patterns and designs providing greater design flexibility to both residential and commercial spaces. Our crazy paving stones are dense and incredibly durable with a natural variation in color and texture and have been processed to ensure a relatively consistent depth accuracy. Available in mint, Kandla Gray, and Raj Green, they allow your gray and Raj Green, they allow you to create different bond work effects and designs, giving the paved area, a rustic appeal and providing it depth, texture, and elegance!
Disclaimer : Kandla Grey Sandstone contains Natural Iron which may oxidise and appear as brown marks. This may never occur, if it does occur there are products that can help remove it or it can be left to fade itself and it may affect stone flags more than others. The iron is normally found within Grey Sandstone from any supplier and is not classed as fault.