The symmetry of this Georgian style home is perfectly contrasted by graceful curves for the driveway, entrance and walkways surrounding it. A triple border using Unilock Town Hall pavers in a contrasting Basalt color, helps define the curves and mirrors the color of the home’s roof and shutters. The main paver field is comprised of Unilock Thornbury, laid using a pattern that at first glance appears random but, examined more closely, reveals a symmetry that is
suited to the home’s architecture.
For large driveways such as this, the permeable feature of Thornbury is an added benefit. When laid on an open graded base, the joint space of this paver allows water to flow through the surface and back into the subsoil instead of running off the surface and into storm sewers.