Bluestone is a fine-grained sandstone from Pennsylvania and New York, characterized by its grey-blue color—but it’s not always blue.
Outdoor kitchens afford homeowners extended livable space. Experts agree that advanced planning helps families make the most of their investment.
Once hewn by East Coast pioneers to build stone fences on their land, and later used for sidewalks and curbs, bluestone has now become a popular choice across the nation for home patios, pavers, pool decks, and wall coping.
When a trained architect was looking for a beautiful landscape on the West Coast to build a vacation home for his family, he looked no further than the Santa Lucia Preserve.
Find out why landscape architects prefer natural stone vs faux.
A natural stone pathway forms an eloquent bridge between a home and its surroundings.
How technological advancements help homeowners with landscape projects.