Patios and Walkways in the Eastside and Seattle Areas

patios and walkwaysMaybe your personal taste is natural stone or pavers instead of a deck product. At Outdoor Living Spaces NW, we know that each one of our valued clients has different wants and needs. For this reason, we offer a number of different designs/types of stone, to include: flagstone, dimensional stone, pavers, and brick. Stone patios can create an elegant formal style or an old world rustic feel. All the options will enhance and compliment your home according to your vision.

Types of Stones Available

We work with a number of manufacturers who offer different types of stone. The following are examples of the types of stones we work with:
Pavers and retaining block — Pavers and retaining block are available in a number of colors with various shapes and sizes. Choose from pavers with a brick look, a natural stone look, or ones that have smooth and textured finishes.

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Flagstone and stack stone — If you prefer the natural – random look, then flagstone is a desirable choice for patios. Its flat appearance is aesthetically pleasing on patios and walkways. Flagstone also has a wide variety of colors and shapes. Stack stone walls are also very popular with random sizes and colors providing a nice rustic feel.

Dimensional — Dimensional stone comes in larger uniformed sizes. If you prefer more of a formal look then dimensional stone may be a good fit for you. The result is a less busy pattern, where the focus can be on the beauty of the stone itself.

patios and walkwaysCultured stone — 
There are many options for cultured stone that represent the look of real stone, yet at a lesser cost.
Contact us today to talk about your outdoor living project, including fences and our other services. And don’t forget to check out our special online offers!

Creative Patios and Walkways in the Eastside and Seattle Areas

Serving customers on the Eastside and the greater Seattle area; including Woodinville, Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, Newcastle, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Bothell, Sammamish and Renton Highlands