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Step 1: Pick Your Pattern
All squares and rectangles including a few Ledgestones. Laid in a basic horizontal pattern. Stones that are twice as long as they are wide should not be laid vertically. Avoid long, continuous mortar joint, both vertical and horizontal by altering size of stones. Largest stone 9.75”x12”, smallest stones 4.5”x4.5” & 2.75”x6.75”
The basic Cobblestone pattern, with some very large pieces included. It is installed the same way as Cobblestone. Largest stone 10”x19”, smallest stone 4.5”x4.5”
Pattern has about 75% Flagstone, with the balance of stone being small Cobblestone, Riverstone and Ledgestone. Rectangular stones and large Flagstones with straight lines are laid horizontally. This pattern is a “rustic” look. Largest stone 14”x12”, smallest stone 2”x4”
This pattern is similar to our standard Castle pattern with more precise rectangular shapes. The pattern is installed without a mortar joint. Largest stone 11.5”x15”, smallest stone 3.5”x3.5”
Relatively flat, angular stones. Stones lay without regard to any specific pattern. Largest stone 14”x12”, smallest stone 2”x4”
Worn, round shapes. Laid relatively tight to avoid large triangular joints. Pattern contains some pointed shapes to help fill triangular areas. Largest stone 10”x14”, smallest stone 1”x3”
Long, narrow rectangular stones. Laid in a very tight pattern without mortar joints (drystack). Horizontal laying pattern. Largest stone 4”x14.5”, smallest stones 1”x6” & 2”x4.5”
Similar to our standard Ledgestone pattern, the pattern consist of stones with more depth and dimension. Larget stone 4”x14.5”, smallest stones 1”x6” & 2”x4.5”
A “weathered” and “rustic” look. Elongated stones, some of which are rectangular, some irregular and pointed and some irregular and flat like small Flagstones. It can be laid with or without a mortar joint. Largest stones 5.76”x16.5” & 11”x9”, smallest stones .5”x7” & .75”x4”
Ridgestone without a mortar joint. Largest stones 5.76”x16.5” & 11”x9”, smallest stones .5”x7” & .75”x4”
Coverage is calculated WITH a mortar joint, therefore the user should order about 15% more stone when installing as a drystack.
CREATE A PATTERN
Manor House: Combine 50% Ridgestone and 50% Fieldstone.
Modified Cobblestone: About 80% Cobblestone and 20% Flagstone.
Modified Ledgestone: Use about 80% Ledgestone and 20% Flagstone.
Cobblestone and Ledgestone may be combined and installed with or without a mortar join.
Fieldstone and Riverstone may be combined for a more rustic look. Same with Ridgestone and Textured Ledgestone together.
Step 2: Choose Your Color
Base color comprises 50% of the blend. This is a light tan color. Highlight colors make up the balance of the blend: medium brown, dark brown, rust brown, charcoal gray. Three base colors are used in the blend: light gray, medium gray and blue gray. Three additional shades of gray are used as highlight colors in addition to small amounts of muted chocolate brown.
Three base colors are used in the blend: light gray, medium gray and blue gray. Three additional shades of gray are used as highlight colors in addition to small amounts of muted chocolate brown.
Appleblend is a term we like to use to combine boxes of gray stones and boxes of buff stones. User blends the stones on the job.
A darker, richer brown coloring with a more concentrated blend of medium, dark, and rust brown complimented with a charcoal gray.
Orchard is the ‘Buff’ color with more dark brown and charcoal gray stones.
An off-white color on a white base.
A variegated mixture of dark browns and black son a buff base.
This blend is a combination of yellow, wine, dark brown and tan colors on a buff base as well as light gray stones with hints of yellow as highlights.
Yellow stones ranging the spectrum from light to a rich dark yellow along with buff stones containing burgundy and light brown highlights, light gray stones with yellow highlights.
A blend of variegated charcoal and light brown stones on a buff base.
Is a dark gray on a buff base.
Our ‘Gray’ blend with black highlights.
LONG ISLAND APPLE
Shades of brown (light, medium, dark), rich chocolate, buff base, and gold make up this color blend.
Special ‘highlight blends’ spaced throughout the job in whatever ratio is desired. Emerald, Royal, Wine, and Burgundy.
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Custom Coloring Available!
Appleridge Stone has a concept in the manufactured stone industry called the “Color Blend Program.”