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Donegal Quartzite Crazy Paving

Donegal Quartzite Crazy Paving is best known for its unique properties and random style. Its distinctive blend of golden browns and grey tones sets it apart from all other natural stone paving, making it ideal for creating informal garden pathways and patios.

€15.80
Per m2, (Exc. VAT)
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Overview

Unique to McMonagle Stone, our Donegal Quartzite Crazy Paving is quarried locally in Co.Donegal and is perfect for use when creating pathways and patios with a difference. Also commonly known as polygonal paving, this material is made up of random sizes with a wide variation of colours, from warm golden browns to cool blue grey tones. This unique blend of colour makes it internationally distinctive from all other natural stone paving.

More often associated with traditional gardens and homes the popularity of Donegal Quartzite Crazy Paving for contemporary projects has increased in recent years due to its solidity, durability and colour variations, making it a very popular product in both domestic and international markets. Donegal Quartzite Crazy Paving can be seen locally in Ireland, the UK and abroad.

Available for purchase in the following thickness options;

  • 8 - 15mm (Available on request only)

  • 15 - 25mm

  • 25 - 40mm

  • 40 - 60mm (Available on request only)

SKU QTZ PAVING
Stone Origin Co.Donegal, Ireland
Brand Name Donegal Quartzite
Material Quartzite
Shape Random
Colour Gold
Length (mm) Random
Width (mm) Random
Thickness (mm) 15-25, 25-40
Size Random
Coverage / m2 1m2
Surface Finish Natural
Side Finish Spilt
Paving Suitability Pathways, Patios, Driveways, Internal Flooring
Delivered Pallet

Colour Variations

Please note colours shown in imagery on this website should be taken as indicative. They are as accurate as photographic processing and computer monitors allow. We recommend that decisions on a specific colour of stone should be made from viewing the product in person. Tonal variations and shades are evident in all natural stone products. No two pieces of natural stone are identical.