reclaimed stone pathway

Building Bests: a Stone Patio or Pathway

Building a Stone Patio or Pathway Your outdoor patio and exterior paths are very similar to the floors in your living room or hallways of your home. The big difference – more attention is given to them since there are no walls and ceilings!  Just as natural wood wide plank flooring or a unique natural stone tile can make a dramatic …

reclaimed pathways and patios for your home

Building Bests: Patio Pavers

When considering materials for a patio application, the first question should regard functionality: What type of finished surface is required for the space? Stone Farm loosely classifies surfaces from rustic (more surface variation) to refined (more of a uniform surface).  A rustic surface might be fine around a fire pit or a walkway, but would not be suitable for a …

reclaimed stone driveway

Building Bests: Building a Stone Driveway

The natural stone driveway that leads to your home can bring curb appeal to a whole new level, making a very big first impression. Natural stone pavers for driveways can give a sense of elegance to your home, even before a guest steps inside. In the photos below, both of these driveways showcase the cobblestone paver, including one with a …

A Reclaimed Brick Floor That’s Gone to the Dogs

Known as “The Gallery”, this 50′ x 10′ long hallway is the grand passageway leading into the parlor. In a turn of the century sailing community on Cape Cod, sits a beautiful 1906 shingled style summer cottage with an interesting history. Once owned by the renowned Saltonstall family of Boston, this home served as the summer retreat for this prominent …

A NEW Design Twist for Margaritaville–Enhanced by Thin Brick Tile

Head on over to the new Margaritaville in Hollywood, FL and you will see that our Baltimore Blend of thin brick tile has been reclaimed and is not “Wastin’ Away” as they say! We love the finished look of this new commercial space complete with the famed parrot to boot, showcasing once again, how reclaimed brick can totally transform a space. Why …