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Stone staircase in Rundle rock. Unique design using two stone types in a sand-bedded patio. Arbutus silhouette of owner-gathered stone set into joints of randomly-mixed granite and honey quartzite.
River cobble - note inter-locking corner stones. Protection Island. Solid sandstone in ashlar pattern, with a one-piece hearth containing fossils. Tapered column in random rubble pattern. Not our work on Easter Island! But our passions include natural stone and human heritage.
Pennsylvania bluestone flag set as random rectangles (ashlar) on a concrete bed. Other patterns are possible. Sandstone slabs laid with
cocoa-coloured mortar.
Retaining wall with wave of river rock to match waterfront property.
Chimney of K2 stone
with unique double quoin edges.
Nanaimo North Town Centre. Standing Stone undertakes small commercial projects as well. K2 stone and patio brick laid on sand. Coal-filled cracks dramatize the look. Why need stone mostly be used on fireplaces, wainscots or landscaping? Place it anywhere!
Standing Stone Masonry is one of only two Nanaimo businesses certified by the ICPI to install concrete pavers. Inset ceramics and water-worn stone creates a whimsical garden walkway. Trowel work replicates ripple marks. A drystone (mortarless) retaining wall with a stile is simpler and more compact than garden stairs.
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