Not only does the elegant charisma of natural stones in the garden but also its weather resistance make it a popular material. In fact, there is hardly any other material that could keep up with it in the outdoor area. Especially for use in the garden, different types of stone can be used. For example, hard rocks such as gneiss, granite or quartzite are more suitable for plastering or as a hard stone Natural stone slabs , While the softer stones such as marble or sandstone are often used as attractive decorative elements. The variety is already great already and is experienced by the processing still an extension. Versatile and sturdy, but also incredibly beautiful and not subjected to any fashion epoch, hidden behind the natural stones are hidden treasures, which are good for everyone, even your garden. Fashion comes and goes, but natural stones are among the things that persist in trends, also because they are able to set trends themselves. Irrespective of the surrounding environment, natural stones create impressive optical highlights in an impressive manner.
Rough broken or better treated?
The most favorable form of popularity and cost is to use natural stones untreated or roughly broken. The cracked option is often used as a pavement or masonry stone, because if the surface is too smooth, the rain can create a dangerous slippage on the stones.
The natural stone should not be too rough, however, since it would otherwise collect too much dirt particles and due to the structure a high cleaning effort is required. Smooth polishing is a type of work which is more suitable for decoration. This is so in the production of garden seat furniture made of natural stone. By grinding, in turn, a smooth, but then even matt surface is achieved. For the refinement of hard natural stones also the so-called flames comes into play. The heat treatment gives you a somewhat uneven surface.
Stairs and walls – you can build on the longevity of natural stones
Natursteine often help on difficult terrain as is the case with a sloping garden. So you can create supporting stone walls, which are very stable and able to defy the movements of the slope. Chic, step-wise, natural stone blocks create space for flowers or herbs and no question, also optical, this newly created area is a feast for the eyes. The fact that natural stones in the garden can ideally combine decoration and practical use can be demonstrated by fireplaces and seating possibilities but also wells, water basins and even garden houses. Stone furniture is durable, defies any weather and can stand outside for an eternity without losing its functionality. Natural stones are also becoming more and more beautiful in aging, the longer they remain in the garden. Because the patina and also use traces do not disturb at all, they are even desired. The different natural stones are now also available in different colors, so that even more design possibilities result. Whether a mosaic pattern of several colors or imaginative ornaments, the terrace can be given a very individual touch with natural stones.
Water and stone in attractive interplay
Water and stone can also create an interesting link. Especially at the pond, natural stones are perfectly applied. One can create with Kiesrändern a great optics round, but also a small well. Steintröge can be used for all kinds of plants, such as irises or water lilies. The pleasant splashing of water contributes to the peace and relaxation in the garden anyway and also fountains like ponds also use optical gazebits.
Take the expert on board with the planning
If you are planning your garden design and are using natural stones, you should take the expert on board. The experts of BioTopic GmbH are glad to help you with your experience to discuss with you suitable solutions for your garden. Of course, your own ideas will be integrated. On request we can also offer special products that differ from our range, which may be more compatible with your wishes, both in shape and in color.
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