La Roche Luna

Shaping the Outdoors: A Garden Design in La Roche Luna Limestone

This extravagant garden was designed by Adolfo Harrison (Landscaping work carried out by Town & Country Gardens), featuring our La Roche Luna acid-etched limestone, bespoke steps, and pool copings. Our La Roche Luna is a dark, earthy limestone with fossil and highlight detailing, giving the stone a gentle character. It is a dense, durable, and hard-wearing material, with versatility for both interior and exterior uses.

At Stoneworld, we source from particular hard limestone quarries in Egypt to ensure these features, so we know exactly the stone we are supplying our clients. The contrast of the green and grey enhances one another, giving this garden design a lush, jungle-like atmosphere.

Bespoke Steps

As seen, steps and risers were seamlessly incorporated into the design, forming a sweeping set of steps that ascend to the terrace area. This creates a captivating focal point that complements the existing stone paving.

Bespoke Curved Pool Copings

Our water-jet fabrication services enabled us to create bespoke curved pool copings that precisely met the clients vision.

Special features include bespoke pool copings and a uniquely shaped roman end. We fabricated custom corner pieces to mitigate the number of joints, ensuring the copings flow seamlessly around the pool for a polished, professional look.

Overall, this garden has the ultimate wow factor, the anthracite-coloured features complement the vibrant array of plantings. The combination of the two creates a stunning visual effect that is sure to impress.

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