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  • Flagstone Sweetwater Multiblend Pavers

    Sweetwater Multiblend Flagstone Pavers are a sandstone superior in hardness, consistency and smoothness to other flagstone in its class. This flagstone contains rich, variegated colors of tans, browns and chocolates.

    SIZES: All sizes available from Bourget Flagstone Co.

    1) Smaller than 1″ thick patio (small pieces)
    2) 1″ to 1-3/4″ thick patio (small pieces)
    3) 1″ to 1-3/4″ thick slabs
    4) 2″ thick patio (small pieces)
    5) 2″ thick tumbled (SPECIAL ORDER ONLY)
    6) 3″ thick patio (small pieces)
    7) 2″ to 2-3/4″ slabs

  • Flagstone Sweetwater Pavers

    Driveway using a blend of flagstone pavers creates an enticing entry to this home. Sweetwater multiblend flagstone pavers represent a sandstone superior in hardness, consistency and smoothness to other flagstone in its’ class. It contains rich, variegated colors of tans, browns and chocolates.

  • Flagstone White Quartzite Pavers

    WHITE QUARTZITE FLAGSTONE PAVERS is an exceptionally hard, metamorphic silica stone used for pavers or veneer that is beautifully colored by elements such as manganese and iron oxides.

    Quartzite Flagstone is perfect for pool decks, entrance ways, walks, stair treads, and patios or as a thin veneer because it is extremely hard, completely non-porous, very easy to clean and keep clean and non-skid. It also ages well maintaining its rich color. It looks beautiful near water features.

    Bourget Flagstone Co. sells Quartzite Flagstone in 6 color variations:  Charcoal, Desert Gold, Sunset Gold, Sunwood, Silver and White.

    Origin: Idaho

    Sizes Range:

    Thin 1/4″ to 3/4″ x 8″ to 24″

    Thick 3/4″ to 1-1/4″ x 6″ to 18″

    Coverage:

    Thin – Approximately  200 square feet per ton

    Thick – Approximately 120 square feet per ton

  • Italia Porfidi Cobblestone Pavers

    Our timeless Italia Porfidi cobblestone pavers are cut from European granite with a red, brown and gray color palette.

    These cobblestones are cut to be laid in a variety of patterns, most popularly in the fan shown here.

    SIZES:
    2″ x 2″ x 2″ or 4″ x 4″ x 2″

    Coverage: Approx. 90 sq.ft./ton

  • Italia Porphidi Cobblestone Driveway

    Italia Porphidi Cobblestone Driveway and Entrance

    Our Italia Porfidi granite cobblestones have inspired top masons to use them in fabulous new designs. Troncoso Masonry Design created a new fan design for this driveway and paired the Porfidi with our bluestone ledger stone.

    Our timeless Italia Porfidi granite cobblestones are cut from European granite with a red, brown and gray color palette.

  • Multi Blend Sweetwater Cobblestone Pavers

    are made of rich, beautiful Oklahoma sandstone with a dark to light brown color variance tumbled and cut into 4×4 cobbles to create a beautiful rustic patio, driveway, or veneer.

    Multi Blend Sweetwater Cobblestone Paver SIZES:

    4″x4″x2″ (covers 65 sq ft per ton)

    4″x4″x4″ (covers 45 sq ft per ton)

    Bourget Flagstone Co. is a unique supplier of tumbled and sawcut natural stone cobblestones. These gorgeous pavers provide charm and character by giving depth and rich texture to hardscape design.

  • Narrow Modular Pavers

    Distinctive precast concrete Narrow Modular Pavers by Stepstone are a uniquely versatile and sophisticated product capable of enhancing any landscape. Originally designed for a university, the long and linear Narrow Modular Paver has been dubbed the new brick. This break from old-style pavers provides an amazing modern look for your homes patio, pool deck, or front walkway!

  • Reclaimed Antique Cobblestones

    OWN A PIECE OF HISTORIC MASONRY!

    OUR ANTIQUE GRANITE COBBLESTONES PAVERS ARE RECLAIMED from the streets of some of the nation’s most historic cities, such as Chicago and Philidelphia. These beautiful cobblestones were first used as ship ballast on ships traveling from Europe over 200 years ago. After their ocean journey, they were used to build early American cities. Worn, rounded tops are a direct result of the hustle and bustle of early American city life.

  • St. Charles Limestone Pavers

    St. Charles limestone cobblestones patio pavers range in color from gray and light brown to gold and beige. They are sawcut and tumbled with chipped edges for an antique, rustic look.

    SIZE: Mixed squares and rectangles in approximately 1-1/8″ thickness.

    Bourget Flagstone Co. is a unique supplier of tumbled and sawcut natural stone cobblestones. These gorgeous pavers provide charm and character by giving depth and rich texture to hardscape design. Our cobblestones provide a contemporary alternative to irregular flagstone or concrete pavers.

  • Sweetwater Cobblestone Deck

    Designer Alison Flesch of Southern California designed this beautiful and modern cobblestone patio using Bourget Flagstone Co’s sweetwater cobblestone pavers with wood decking.

    Cobblestone pavers evoke an old world feel with rich texture and dimension. Our cobblestone pavers come in many varieties, including reclaimed and recycled European granite, bluestone and limestone.

  • Sweetwater Cobblestone Driveway

    Sweetwater Cobblestone Driveway

    Some of the most coveted homes in Los Angeles are located in Brentwood, just north of Santa Monica. A favorite paving material in the Brentwood area is natural Sweetwater Oklahoma sandstone cobblestones from our Bourget Flagstone Co. location.

    We carry gorgeous Sweetwater sandstone, Bluestone, Lompoc, and Granite cobblestones that are square cut and tumbled to provide rustic charm.

    The richness in texture and color of natural cobblestones is unsurpassed and superior to concrete paving materials.

  • Tumbled Cobblestone Driveway

    This tumbled cobblestone driveway in Calabasas California utlizes beautiful Oklahoma Sweetwater Sandstone tumbled into brick-shaped cobblestones.

    The tan, brown and reds of this particular cobblestone make for an organic, textural experience that can only be captured through natural stone.

    The driveway was designed by Gerardo Troncoso of Troncoso Masonry Design.