Cobblestones have been around for two centuries and give off that English street feeling. Maybe in those days it might not have been as beautiful but today it’s seen as an elegant paving technique. You will notice that a cobblestone is not often symmetrical and is found in different sizes and finishes.

Random Roma Cobbles is a beautiful style for the person who likes asymmetrical consistency. These paving stones are laid in rows and have the perfect homely feel. One could say that these are put together in the form of a puzzle to cover up the ground.

Canterbury Cobbles are reminiscent of the era where streets were used to convey horse drawn carriages. The thick paving stones give the surface being paved a good amount of height without overdoing it. This paving stone is often found in symmetrical shapes but the soft edges have a gentle appearance. The sandy colour gives your garden a vintage appearance.

Cornwall Cobbles are a dull grey that seem to go perfectly with a rainy and cloudy day. These paving stones can often be cut into different sizes to match your preferences.

Bastille Cobbles have the same appearance as the stones used in the fifteenth century. The idea of a fortress goes hand in hand with this stone. The finished appearance gives the impression of a sporting ground for jousting.

Porto Cobbles are symmetrical paving stones that are often placed in rounded patterns. In the previous centuries the ports of most countries were made with stone that was difficult to slide on. With that concept in mind, garden designers use it for their aesthetics and practicality.

Piazza Cobbles are, nowadays, used for central yard features similar to the way they were used in the olden days. This paving stone has a high quality finish that makes a person feel as if they were in a market place of the courtyard of a castle.

Oxford Cobbles are reminiscent of the eighteenth century. They are often polished to be a darker colour that makes the ground seem like the lesser important feature. When these are placed in the modern home they give the surrounding garden more definition.