Pavestone 10.5 in. x 7 in. Greystone RumbleStone Large Wall Block-91934 at The Home Depot
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Model # 91934

Internet # 203158380

Store SKU # 166804

10.5 in. x 7 in. Greystone RumbleStone Large Wall Block

Pavestone 10.5 in. x 7 in. Greystone RumbleStone Large Wall Block

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Model # 91934

Internet # 203158380

Store SKU # 166804

Imagine, Stack, Enjoy, reminiscent of our fondest childhood toys. Pavestone Company's innovative RumbleStone Series provides a set of rustic building block for your outdoor hardscape projects. Simple to complex, large or small, the possibilities for creative expression are as far and wide as that inner child's imagination.

  • Concrete utility block system use one size or all four to build your project
  • Easy to assemble no cutting, just stack them and bond with adhesive
  • Create your own project endless variety of possibilities
  • Rugged texture for natural appearance


Assembled Depth (in.)  10.5 in  Assembled Height (in.)  3.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  7 in  Color Family  Gray 
Color/Finish  Grey  Concrete Type  Drycast 
Fixative Required  No  Landscape Supply Type  Wall Block 
Material  Concrete  Packaging Type  Individual 
Product Height (in.)  3.5  Product Length (in.) 
Product Weight (lb.)  20.9 lb  Product Width (in.) 
Set Requirements  None  Square Feet per Piece  0.72 


Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality wall blocks. Very versatile size. Color throughout. I purchased over 200 of these wall blocks to construct a log holder and a 26-foot L x 19-inch H sitting wall for a firepit, which I capped with rustic 12-inch x 3-inch grey concrete wall caps. I'm not certain of the exact block count since I made numerous trips to HD over a period of several months, loading as many blocks into my SUV as it could handle at a time. These are supposed to resemble worn blocks, so chips are acceptable. I had to visit several HD stores to find the quantity of blocks I needed for my project that weren't too badly damaged, with excessively chipped or missing corners. Since I wanted a design element in my wall, rather than to simply stack and stagger the blocks, I outfitted my 12-inch Ridgid miter saw with a continuous rim diamond blade made for wet or dry block cutting. The color of the block runs throughout the block and the blocks are solid, with no interior air pockets. After cutting the blocks, I used a RotoZip tool outfitted with a 4-inch diamiond blade to round the edge and create a worn look to blend with the uncut side of the block. Unlike natural stone, these blocks are consistenty sized, which makes them easy to work with. My overall impression is that these are good blocks and were relatively easy to work with. These blocks are available in 3 sizes, but since I had the tools, and didn't want to deal with having to figure out how many of this size and that size I needed for my project, I decided to cut the blocks myself. After cutting the blocks and dry fitting, I took the wall and log holder apart and reassembled them using a PL polyeurethane construction adhesive. August 25, 2014
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