was contacted by local Montana architect Larry Pearson of
Pearson Design Group
last year, in an effort to match a locally quarried stone known as "Montana moss rock" for a stone driveway installation. Found only in Montana, this rock is a rustic, mossy fieldstone harvested from the plains of central Montana and is predominately brown with red, black and tan tones with green and/or grey lichen present on the majority of the stones. It was this local stone that had been applied as the exterior veneer on a home located in Big Sky, Montana. The landscape architect was then charged with finding a natural rustic stone product that would be a great tie in with this local veneer. Our reclaimed Belgian Cobblestone--
turned out to be a stellar match!
In conjunction with the Belgian Porphyry cobble product used in this driveway installation, we also infused our 12" reclaimed granite
. Cut into 3" thick pavers, a window pane effect was able to then be created, breaking up the cobblestones and lending additional interest to this breathtaking property and landscape.
We hope you enjoy these photos--this is one of our favorite projects yet!
Belgian cobblestone driveway pavers combined with reclaimed granite curbstone make the the perfect combination .
Detailed view of Belgian Porhyry cobblestone pavers combined with reclaimed granite curbstone, adding an additional design element.
What a great way to hide a generator in Big Sky country!
Blues, greens and gold tones are very apparent in the patina of the Belgian Phorphyry cobble.
As you can see--the tie in worked out very cohesively between the Montana moss rock veener on this breathtaking home and our Belgian cobblestones.
Reclaimed granite curbing and Belgian Porphryr cobblestone pavers create the perfect stone driveway combination.
Stone Farm prides itself on carrying a varied and unique line of natural stone products ranging from our European cobblestones, Big Dig Cobblestones, Reclaimed granite curbstone and much more! We hope to hear from you regarding that next project you may have coming down the line.