Limestone Stepping Stones – Outdoor Paving
Colour: Black & Beech(Soft Beige)
Size: 500mm – 600mm, 600mm – 800mm
It’s easy to make your own garden path using Limestone stepping stones from Edwards Slate & Stone. Our stepping stones, pavers and Basalt rounds are quarried and cut from stone boulders or slabs.
All our natural stone steppers and basalt rounds are 30mm thick which can be placed onto soil with little effort, although it’s easier to put the pavers onto sand for ease of leveling. Thinner stepping stones should be set into mortar, to prevent breakage when being walked on.
You could also consider our 500x500x30mm pavers in Black or Beech, if you prefer a more formal appearance. These can be laid directly into sand or soil, or on a crushed rock base and mortar.
Our stepping stones are available in black and a soft beige.
Our stepping stones are equally at home in designer or Australian native gardens.
Just see some outdoor paving examples of our Black & Beech stepping stone.
Stepping Stones DIY Laying Guide:
Today I’m going to show you how to lay a garden path using Beech Stepping Stones, they’re so easy to use.
I’ve just placed them into position and in a moment we’ll show you the final installation process.
All we’ve done is set the level using our first stone to the height we would like by putting some crusher dust underneath and I’ll show you how that’s done in a moment.
- Filled the hole with crusher dust to support the stone.
- Check the supporting base carefully with a spirit level(bubble level).
- Once satisfied with the level repeat step1 & 2 for each stone in your garden path.
Easy DIY garden path as step one, two, three!