The clean lines and light buff appearance of this stone makes it a popular choice for designers who want to make a distinctive statement in the landscape. Primarily a light buff stone, some gray will be evident as well as occasional seam faces of brown and tan. It gets its rustic designation from the pitted nature of the face of the stone and the course texture of the bed surfaces.
Flat, irregular shaped stone, suitable for stacking
Thickness: Natural bed, 2" - 3" or 3" - 5"
Size: Split at 8" depth, random lengths
Color: Buff to whitish gray, moderately to heavily pitted face
Coverage: 20 - 22 sf/ton