According to tradition, stones thus had to be chosen with care and it was important that they respected the look and the nature of the garden, in addition to enticing visitors along a guided path to contemplate the space in which they were embedded.
Even today, “Japanese stepping stones” can thus be an ideal, harmonious solution for the creation of footpaths, barbecue and gazebo areas in private gardens.
By laying the Evo/2E slabs directly on the ground, it is possible to create footpaths and passageways that blend in harmoniously with the rest of the garden, keeping the law free from traffic, ensuring easy outdoor maintenance with the safety of porcelain stoneware.
To guarantee perfect stability, we recommend digging a hole of 5-8 cm (2" -3") where the stones are to be laid. Add a lay of fine gravel – with a diameter of 3 to 6 mm (⅛" a ¼" ) and press this down firmly before laying the slabs.
The stepping stones must not be higher than the level of the lawn, in order not to damage your lawnmower during lawn maintenance.