Setts are a broadly rectangular quarried stone used originally for paving roads, today a decorative stone paving used in landscape architecture. A sett is distinct from a cobblestone by being quarried or shaped to a regular form, whereas a cobblestone is generally naturally occurring. Take a look below at the many uses for setts. The split finish sett is different to tumbled finish which in general has more rounded edges.
Often a landscape garden needs something to break up intersecting features. The image to the left shows our brown granite sett stones being used to accomplish just that. Boarders are helpful to break up edges of a garden or driveway adding extra points of interest or highlighting specific areas of a garden or garden pathway
When laying setts you can be safe in the knowledge that you are using a product that will last hundreds of years. Using the granite setts on driveways or for driveway edging is also a highly popular option
We are able to do a brown or silver granite sett as per pictures, or why not take advantage of this flexibility and mix things up. Granite is often most effective when laid in a mixture of colours and sizes to create more interest.