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CHARLESTON

Brick Floor in PortStone's Herringbone pattern Charleston color.

Color: Charleston                               Pattern: Herringbone

 

The above entry way is very nicely accented with a wood border.  The PortStone in the center section was simply turned on a 45 degree angle to create this dramatic effect.  The pattern used here is Herringbone and the color is Charleston.

Color: Charleston              Pattern: Herringbone 

Many customers ask if PortStone is suitable for a kitchen floor.  The answer is absolutely "Yes".  In fact, the most common application for PortStone floors is in kitchen/eating areas, utility rooms, hallways and baths.

 

This foyer is done in a variation of Charleston that contains more of the brownish pink bricks.

The foyer is done in PortStone's Promenade pattern with a Soldier Course Border and 4" X 4" PortStone tiles used to center the Promenade sections within the foyer area.

 

 

The swimming pool deck seen here was just plain concrete, but PortStone transformed it into a showplace that fits right in with its natural surroundings.  The pattern used here is Pinwheel laid diagonally with a Soldier Course Brick border.  The color in all these pictures is Charleston.

     

All PortStone Paver products are made in "sheets" containing from 5 to more than 16 bricks per sheet depending on the pattern making it much faster and easier to install than regular brick pavers or stone.  PortStone is also very easy to cut to shape.  On a job such as this one, just cutting brick pavers to fit could be a tedious, time consuming job all its own, but PortStone can be cut by simply scoring the surface where you want to make your cut and then snapping it along that line.  Then just cut the mesh and you can have your cut piece ready to use in several seconds, rather than the several minutes it often takes with regular brick pavers.