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postheadericon Stoneflair, Yorkvale Paving Burnt Sienna 3 Ring Circle

Update:

Since the 2011 catalogue, “Stoneflair” are now known as “Stoneflair by Bradstone”. In addition to changing the name, they also streamlined several product ranges. Unfortunately, the 3-ring circle below is no longer available. Click here for an alternative.


Stoneflair, Yorkvale Paving Burnt Sienna - Large Circle Pack

Paving stones come in all sorts of arrangements and designs, and you just may come across solid blocks with a texture and colour similar to other types of material, like wood. The Yorkvale Burnt Sienna Large Kit stones actually have the look and finish of finely carved tree trunks, which makes for an interesting visual effect, especially when the pattern is viewed from different distances. Just because it may seem like wood doesn’t mean that it suffers from any of wood’s weaknesses, as stone is traditionally resistant to wear and tear, having been used as a building material for centuries. Expect your paving to be just as resilient.

postheadericon Stoneflair, Yorkvale Paving Burnt Sienna – Circle Pack

Note: This product is now sold as “Bradstone Yorkvale” and the Burnt Sienna Circle is no longer available. Click this link for the other circles in the range. 

Stoneflair, Yorkvale Paving Burnt Sienna - Circle Pack

(image, above left, shows the 3-ring circle. The small circle kit contains the inner two circles and the centre stone)

Purchasers of the Yorkvale Burnt Sienna Small Kit will be pleased to know that they’ve picked up a patio paving kit of exceptional quality, comprised of stones that have been carefully carved and hand-finished to produce a delightful garden environment. The varying brown tones of this kit give the impression that the paving is made of fine wood from a distance, which helps it blend with the surrounding foliage, and some wooden furniture. The small version of the kit comes with enough stones for one to unleash one’s creativity on the paving structure, opting either for the conventional circle arrangement or something more radical. The 2 ring circle consists of 25 pieces and has an approximate diameter of 2.46 metres.