Flagstone is the most popular item here at Hillside Stone & Garden, and for that reason we carry a large variety of sizes, thicknesses and colours. Flagstone can be used to create both dryset patios or walkways, setting the stones down into a bed of cart path or sand.
It can also be used with mortar to create a more permanament patio or pathway as well. Thin flagstone (3/8"-3/4") can also be used as a veneer for a fireplace, outdoor bbq or house exterior.
Below are some examples of the most popular options we carry:
We have a very large variety of bluestone. It is availale in an irregular in both an inch or an inch and a half thickness. We also carry a cut product that comes in both an inch or inch and a half thickness and a large variety of sizes including: 12x12, 12x18, 18x18, 18x24, 24x24, 24x30, and 24x36. We also have a tumbled version also in a variety of sizes as well as slabs and stair treads.
FLAGSTONE WALL OF FAME
HERE ARE SOME OF THE FLAGSTONE PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH HILLSIDE PRODUCTS
Shown here is a job completed with three part mix of Cowboy Coffee, White Mist and Birch Creek. Completed by a local mason, Mark, with Keystone Masonry:
Shown here are jobs completed with planking, a cut version of the quartzite flagstone. Shown on the left is a large driveway completed with cowboy coffee, and on the right is a foyer completed with the sunset gold version. Providing that rustic stone look with a clean finish:
Shown here is a landscape completed with Sunset Gold flagstone, RMQ Wallstone as well as RMQ stair treads:
Shown here are some examples of flagstone set right into grass. The one on the left was finished with Cowboy Coffee, the one on the right is a Mill Valley Sandstone:
Shown here are some areas of our showroom floor where we combined different colours of flagstone to add dimesion. On the left is a mix of Cowboy Coffee and White Mist, on the right is a combination of Birch Creek and White Mist:
Shown here is another area you could take a closer look at just outside of our showroom, this here is a combination of Sockeye Flagstone and Park Valley Green Flagstone divided with a River Flat boarder sealed with a gloss sealer to enhance the colour:
Here are some more examples of flagstone dryset into a gravel. On the left is a Park Valley Green set into a cart path. On the right is a mix of Cowboy Coffee tumbled stepping stones and Glacier tumbled stepping stones surrounded by a crushed Desert Tan decorative gravel: