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Endicott Flagstone

Flagstone, is a style of paving that feels raw, yet alive. In this residential project, the grey tones of Endicott flagstone offer organic texture variation and breaks open the pool area to give it a strong, primary appeal. The random nature of the stone paving with visible grout lines provides movement and adds softness to an otherwise clean and straight-edged design. The use of a granite rebated pool coping gives the flagstone a contemporary context.

The use of natural stone in this project adds textural contrast which has been cleverly positioned alongside the crisp white breeze blocks. Our Endicott adds a warmth to the architecture and its strong steely grey hues compliment the tones in the timber panelling.

Combining materials of different tones and textures can be a difficult task. Using materials that marry well with the style of architecture and creating tonal continuity throughout the design will help create a unified aesthetic.

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Endicott Flagstone with Granite Coping


– Select a material that will form the foundation of your materials palette

– Consider the architecture style and era

– Choose materials that are right for the application

– Think about how natural light affects the colours and textures of the material

– Pick up on the material in other areas of the interior or exterior space

– Link the materials through colour

– Consider the durability of each material and how they can be repaired if required

– Don’t be afraid of contrast

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