They are stones, they don’t come packed. But when they are laid, there’s no comparison. Have a look below, clicked at a recent project for a bungalow.
You are not going to get vitrified tiles for such beauty. You may think it’s just a matter of outdoors vs indoors, but it isn’t quite. It’s a matter of patience and sensibilities. It’s a matter of what your sole (you may even say, soul) wants to feel.
Work in progress at Kensville Golf Club. There’s no match to the square cobble when it comes to paving outdoors or landscaping. Actually cobble-like stones with smooth surfaces would make amazing indoor flooring too. But then, so many are fooled by the convenience of vitrified tiles.
All those work-in-progress pics posted earlier lead to this… Look beautiful. Adhunik Brown 75mm thick granite benches. That cavity serves as a planter. A few years hence, there’ll be trees, and lot of shade, god willing, and the promenade may just become a lovely place to hang out…
Preparing these 75mm thick granite slabs for granite benches. The benches will stand rock solid, of course, and may be for eternity. It’s tough handling such stone. Guys tough it out. Thankfully the weather has relented too in the last 2 days. Courtesy, the Vayu cyclone near the coast of Gujarat.
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