Welcome to our Antique Pavers Section!


Antique pavers are outright interesting because of their Old World charm. Most paver units possess a rich history and unmatched beauty, making them highly prized by architects, builders, contractors, and property owners.

Antique pavers are generally classified as imitation, clay and brick, natural stone, and tumbled. Imitation pavers are specifically produced to mimic the look and feel of authentic antique paver units, while clay and brick pavers are produced through high-heat processes, giving them a time-hewn texture and appearance. On the other hand, natural stone antique paving options such as cobblestone, granite, and limestone are easily the most coveted since they are formed by nature over millions of years. Lastly, tumbled antiques are typically of bluestone variety and are also some of the oldest pavers that one can find, with the oldest easily surpassing 400 years.

Among the various colors available include blue, brown, gold, green, gray, silver, and sandstone. The most common patterns available, meanwhile, are running bond, parquet, Herringbone, and random. Additionally, designs and themes typically include Old World, Contemporary, and Zen, with the most basic shapes being square and rectangle. With the right installer, it is possible to achieve highly personalized and attractive indoor and outdoor features using these great paving solutions.

Meanwhile, the known benefits of antique pavers that you can expect to enjoy include:

  • Cost-effective. These pavers may not cost cheap as compared with other paving options but they provide one of the best value-for-money benefits. Their ease of installation and maintenance, for example, makes them pretty cost-effective by most standards.
  • Durable. Antique paver units are known to effectively withstand freeze-thaw cycles and heavy foot and vehicle traffic without suffering major damages or requiring major repairs. This means that you can enjoy the wonderful benefits that they provide for decades.
  • Versatile. These paving materials are used in numerous applications in public, private, and commercial spaces. Their wide range of colors, designs, shapes, and patterns allows designers and installers to create different themes and to apply them in various areas.
  • Low maintenance. Using just special cleaning solutions and some pretty basic tools, it’s possible to keep your paved surfaces looking spic-and-span day in and day out. There is no need for pricey cleaning solutions or to hire an entire team just to maintain your paved surfaces.
Easy to install. You never have to worry about incurring high installation costs; antique pavers can be installed within hours without much difficulty. In fact, if you’re DIY-savvy, it’s possible to install them yourself, hence saving you some dollars on labor costs.


Have a quick view of these informative videos illustrating the benefits and uses of antique pavers.

NENS Antique Brick Pavers
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Reclaimed Brick Antique Patterns
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Antique pavers are highly versatile paving solutions that can be used in dozens of applications that will benefit property owners in more ways than one. Such antique paver applications include:

Public places

  • Sidewalks
  • Promenades
  • Pedestrian lanes
  • Parks

Homes/private residences

  • Flooring
  • Patios
  • Driveways
  • Walkways
  • Outdoor kitchens
  • Gazebos
  • Garden paths
  • Decks

Commercial spaces

  • Hallways
  • Courtyards
  • Pool decks
  • Promenades
  • Driveways
  • Entryways


Want to see just how versatile antique pavers are or how they can make your property stand out? Just check our gallery to see beautiful images of indoor and outdoor features using these paving materials.

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