Title, Download. Bradstone Garden Paving & Walling. Bradstone Masonry Walling Brochure. Bradstone Stone Walling Overview. How to build a circular step. Domestic hard landscaping manufacturer, Bradstone, has launched a new brochure ahead of the gardening season. Designed to bring a. The Bradstone reconstituted walling range is widely accepted by planners for use in sensitive areas. The moulds which are taken from natural stone recreate the.
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Think too about where this could lead. Simply stunning photography – Woburn Infilta block paving. As already mentioned, the assembled base is levelled up using simple but sturdy screw plastic pedestals which, in turn, sit on top of the supplied concrete padstones.
Aaah, but how much does all this convenience cost?
NEW15ContemporaryNatural TravertineThis natural stone paving has natural beautiful detail and subtle colourvariations making for a stunning focal point in any contemporary garden. They are necessarily short and limited in scope, but having played a small part in the scripting, I know they are accurate and very well put together. Not a lot more, admittedly, but a couple of other items that warrant a mention.
Monksbridge Block Paving – Grey-Green is hidden away bottom left. What about mews houses where everything would normally have to be trudged through the living room? In summary, while there may not be a feast of new products on which we can gorge, the Collection represents a significant step forward from Bradstone. Easily understood icons and suggestions for complementary materials. Users don’t go to such sites to be entertained; they are there looking for guidance and information presented as simply and as lucidly as possible.
The new products team admitted they were nervous about showing it to me, as I have somehow acquired a reputation for being a tad outspoken, and so it was all carefully managed with a gentle introduction by video, repeated assurances that a select band of distributors in the Builders’ Merchanting fraternity loved it, and that they felt the company had to do something distinctive and different for what has unintentionally become quite a stagnant market.
Swatches are, by and large, as generous as is seemly, but by allowing them to float freely on an uncrowdedpage of crisp white, they carry more weight and authority. Since then, there has been relatively little progress, which I feel sure is due entirely to the economic climate. Obviously, once the market for ceramics settles down, manufacturers such as Bradstone will put money into developing complementary sizes and contrast pieces, but for now, it’s one size fits all, and that.
Liscia Cream in Close Up. The internal pages have a sort of soft satin finish, which seems to be more sympathetic to the photies than some of the very glossy papers used on other brochures. To recap, StoneFlair is now the premium brand within Bradstone, a bit like ‘Finest’ is the premium brand for Tesco stuff, but once that had been sorted, it became apparent that there were just too many riven product lines, some of which are original Bradstone, some which came with StoneFlair and some that once resided with Border Stone.
Available infour shades plus patio packs and circles. River washed Limestone flags – just because I like it!
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Carbon labelling calculates the carbon footprint of products It’s only old stick-in-the-muds like me that like websites to have a unique look and feel. Maybe broxhure where the opportunity to use high-quality pics from contractor jobs could come in?
And why the name change? After years of having a pretty naff website, a whole new site was rolled out just before close-of-business at Christmas and although it’s still being tested, it is a ma-hoo-sive improvement on the previous version. Doesn’t it have to serve its time as ‘contemporary’ before it can mature sufficiently to become traditional?
Sadly, there doesn’t appear to be any of this in the Bradstone brochure. If it had been Ancestry Original, or just Ancestry Buff, I wouldn’t be quite as brodhure, but just where has this sodding Abbey come from?
The imitation farthings and wildlife inspired bingo prizes are no more. Straight into the contents page, which splits the whole into six sections, which are fairly self-explanatory, except for the split between “contemporary” and “traditional” paving. Here the first 1 pages from the catalog “Contemporary paving Natural Travertine”.
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It’s all too easy to devote page after page to the alleged benefits of using a manufacturer’s pet contractors and designers, and that can sometimes come across as a overly hard sell. One notable absentee did have a valid brichure. After that, it’s simply a matter of glueing the rather lovely Panache xmm flagstones into place in a basic stackbond pattern.
The pack of Ventura will cover a 4m x 2.
The sizes, pack quantities, patio pack options, and all the essential bradsrone detail which has been stripped out of the main pages, primarily to avoid it spoiling the incredible imagery, and dumped here, at the back.
One notable near-absence from all the photographs, and barely present in the later Technical Information, is Setts. When you start to drill down into the thinking behind the product, and the economics on which it rests, it starts to make a lot more sense, and, more importantly, it offers the prospect of some very interesting developments.
I also saw for myself just how many weeks of work no bradston Product groups have been re-jigged. With the exception of the small padstones there has been no excavation. Can you tell which is Cream and which is Grey?
Here the first 1 pages from the catalog “Traditional paving Honeymede” P. Here’s a flag with the quality and texture that I feel would attract a lot of interest, but if the only viable design option is the bradstonee of boring, rigid, geometric layout as shown in the brochure, so highly reminiscent of the orthodoxy of the bdochure decorative paving design we endured in thesthen it’s going to be a damned hard sell.
Still, we’ve seen far worse over the years: Handily, there’s a link to the “Full Product Index” on the back cover which allows individual pavings and other products to be tracked down by name alone. Experience tells me that shot-textured light-coloured paving doesn’t fare well with tyres. The one new product is “Traditional Riven” which is a pressed and embossed concrete flag with brocuure gentlest of riven surfaces which has then been shot-textured to give that extra-grippy styling.
And more of the same with the “Landscape Features”, the walling edgings and stepping stones, the decorative aggs, rockery stone and pretend sleepers.