Ashfield Stone is a large durable patio stone from northern Massachusetts.
These thick stones were selected to make both walkway and steps in this Virginia based project.
This entrance patio is made from flagstone with bluestone borders.
These aged bluestone pieces were recycled and re-cut from an older front walkway. Crushed Holliston stone was used as a groundcover around the steppers.
This large piece of Ashfield stone is one of many that make up this back patio.
This walkway is being installed in compacted gravel and stone dust. Most of the paths we create are dry laid.
Atlantic won first place for this project in the RINLA awards for residential hardscape. This project includes fieldstone walls, hot tub, and surrounding patio.
Reclaimed brick with a lattice of bluestone makes a colorful paving choice.
Boulders found on site were incorporated into this backyard patio.
Stepping stones create this front entrance. Small field stone retaining walls are capped with bluestone.
This pool and patio project was designed and installed by Atlantic. Ipe decking was used to surround the pool.
This lattice pattern patio was constructed for the Jamestown Fish, restaurant in Jamestown RI. Reclaimed brick with bluestone borders creates a great mix to consider for your next patio.
A staggered bluestone paving pattern bends through a garden of Fountain Grass.
This pool is equipped with a jet to allow swimming in place. The back third of this pool is a hot tub all topped with bluestone coping and automatic cover.
Each of these stepping stones were selected and cut to have rounded form.
Vintage cobblestones were set on a concrete slab for this driveway makeover.
Slab steps cut through this retaining wall. Boulders help anchor and soften the wall ends.
This hot tub was positioned to take advantage of the beautiful view to Newport harbor. Blue stone coping was used to cap this backyard creation.
This fire pit was built using local stone and bluestone caps. It is position to make a nice back drop for the patio and living room windows facing the space.
Luis and Juan are setting the bluestone coping in place to cap this gunite hot tub. Gunite is a sprayed concrete used to create custom shaped pools and spas. Our pool and hot tub coping (cap stones), typically have a bull-nosed interior edge. Skimmer f
This random rectangular bluestone patio overlooks a peaceful woodland setting.
These Japanese Maples make the perfect ceiling for this backyard patio. The patio is a split level space with plenty of green gardens.
These steps lead to a backyard pool and are capped with Silver Travertine. The flanking walls are made with a mosaic pattern stone veneer. Gardens filled with drought tolerant plants surround the area.
This water feature flanks the front entry path to this home.
This field stone wall lines the entrance to this neighborhood.
Atlantic installed this walkway and front porch gardens in Portsmouth RI.
Hector installs vintage cobblestones to create this street side apron.
This patio is located in the Beavertail area of Jamestown, RI. Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to design this home. Construction took about one year to complete.
This retaining wall was made using local fieldstone. The steps in the wall were designed to match the steps in the fence. Columnar Sweet Gums were planted to add privacy and vertical interest.
These steps allow access to a private beach. The large boulders were individually placed before step construction began.
This pool was repaired and a new patio installed by Atlantic.
This patio was designed to provide plenty of seating space and allow an easy passage through this back yard.
Natural shaped stone set in lawn creates a simple patio and entertaining area. A lawn mower easily passes over these stones for simple maintenance.
Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to create this seaside estate. Blue stone steps a are flanked by locally sourced boulders.
Large slabs make up these steps connecting to a natural stone path. Boulders flank the steps and create a nice anchor for the retaining wall.
Atlantic designed and installed this exposed aggregate driveway. Concrete was selected to help accentuate the retaining walls and other features in this project .
This retaining wall allowed the grade to be flattened in front of this home.
Hector and Alfredo install local field stone as a veneer for this new kitchen addition
These aged cobblestones were used to separate garden from patio area. River stone was selected to top a drainage system against the house.
Himalayan Birch trees were selected to create this woodland inspired garden.
Nick works on installing an outdoor fire place in downtown Boston.
This reflecting pool provides a great focal element for this bluestone patio.
This hot tub is constructed of gunite, a sprayed in concrete, field stone veneer, and bluestone coping. A garden of specimen trees and bamboo make a nice backdrop.
This is an image of a stone wall. Boulders line the driveway and flank these steps. Rock-faced blue stone caps both steps and wall. Plants spilling over the edges give this space an aged look.
This stone landing is the beginning of this beach access path.
Atlantic created a garden path to connect front yard to back in this Virginian home.
Atlantic worked with Estes Twombly Architects to create this landscape. This patio was constructed with concrete pavers. The roof runoff is handled with a trough of river stone.
A flagstone path with slab steps lead to this backyard patio. Stone pillars were built to support a second floor deck.
Hector and Juan are setting bluestone caps on these steps. The caps are measured and cut to fit within the flanking boulders.
This mud room entry was created with field stone steps and a multi color blue stone walk.
This pool and patio overlook beautiful Hull Cove in Jamestown RI. A mix of colorful perennials and grasses were chosen to compliment this coastal landscape.
A series of retaining walls were designed and constructed for this project in Virginia. Boulders local to the area were brought in to help soften the ends of the walls and add a woods like feel to the space.
We designed this set of steps to wind through a woodland garden.
This driveway was prepared with a full asphalt base. Fine crushed bluestone was then glued to that surface. Chip seal driveways are very durable and more attractive than bare asphalt.
Locally sourced fieldstone retaining walls support this border garden. These upright sweet gum, trees were selected for their slender form, providing space to see the beautiful fence. Nine-bark was planted for its arching, fountain form and nice burgund
Bluestone steppers pass through this sodded lawn. Boulders spill out of the border gardens.
Granite slab steps are paired with flagstone and cobbles to make up this front entry.
Ashfield Stone makes great steppers for a lawn or garden path. They are durable and have great color and texture. Large sizes of this stone are available. New sod was installed after constructing this walkway.