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By Jonathan Hendy • June 22, 2016

How Do I Achieve the Country Rustic Look Outdoors in My Landscape Design?

Techo-Bloc

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You Can't Go Wrong with the Look of Wood
Nothing says rustic like the raw texture of wood. In fact, that’s exactly why Louis-Philippe, Techo-Bloc’s senior architect and creative visionary, emphasizes how instrumental Borealis outdoor slabs, steps, and walls are in devising any cozy, country vibe. These outdoor slabs, walls steps and edges bring a modern twist to an otherwise traditional product. Although they look and feel exactly like wood, Borealis stones have all the durability of concrete and do not require any special maintenance. No more rotting wood decks, sanding or treating; they’re incredibly resistant to freeze-thaw cycles (and other harsh climates) and look great throughout every season. Mix it with other slate stone textures like the Flagstone, Villagio or Antika pavers to get that contemporary mix of stone and wood. Rocka wall and Brandon wall help build vertical elements with a perfectly natural stone look.

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Warm Colors Are Always a Good Idea
To create that warm country vibe, warmer colors like Sandlewood, Harvest Gold or Champlain Grey offer earth tones and greys that appear natural.

Outdoor Features Warm up a Space
Stone fire pits and wood pergola structures bring your backyard to life so you can escape to the country in the comfort of your own piece of the outdoors. Check out the Brandon fire pits or the Prescott fire pit for a stone fire pit that’ll last every winter and summer fire for years to come.

 

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