Natural Stone Design Patterns
The way in which stone pieces are sized and placed relative to each other is referred to as a design pattern. They can also include variations in relief, edge style, and corner profiles. Design patterns play a practical construction role, but they can also be used to evoke a certain feeling. For example, a grid cobblestone pattern can evoke a feeling of security, whereas a fan cobblestone pattern might evoke whimsy and fun.
The design patterns shown below are basic geometries. By applying different combinations of color profiles or surface profiles to these, or by mixing geometries—you can create one-of-a-kind project designs.
All of our design patterns are downloadable. Click on a pattern below and you’ll be directed to their detail page. From there, you’ll be able to download a zip file to your computer, which contains 2D and 3D files. File formats provided are .SKP for SketchUp, .DWG for AutoCAD or Revit, and .DXF for other CAD systems. Unless otherwise noted, our downloadable files are provided at no cost but are subject to our copyright.
Squares & Rectangles
Planks (footworn – varied heights & lengths – rough edges -tight joints)
Planks (footworn – varied heights & lengths – rough edges)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – sawn edges – tight joints)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – sawn edges)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – jagged edges – tight joints)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – jagged edges)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – sawn edges & split ends – tight joints)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – sawn edges & split ends)
Planks (varied heights & lengths – tight joints)
Planks (varied heights and lengths)
Planks (constant or same size & tight joints)
Planks (constant or same size)
Roughly Square Roughly Rectangular (tight joints)
Roughly Square Roughly Rectangular
Dimensional (tight joints)