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Pavestone RumbleStone Trap 10.5 in. x 7 in. x 3.5 in. Cafe Concrete Wall Block
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RumbleStone Trap 10.5 in. x 7 in. x 3.5 in. Cafe Concrete Wall Block

  • Trapezoidal shape easily forms concave, convex, or straight walls
  • A tumbling process creates the look of weathered cut stone
  • Works with other Rumblestone blocks to form decorative patterns
$2.75 / each
If you buy 240 or more
$2.48 / each

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Product Overview

With RumbleStone mini wall blocks, you can imagine, stack and create. Pavestone innovative 10.5 in. x 7 in. cafe trap wall block provides the perfect set of rustic building blocks for your outdoor hardscape projects. Including both large and small-sized blocks, these versatile wall blocks make both small and complex building projects a breeze. The possibilities for creative expression are endless as you create beautiful architectural structures you will enjoy for years to come. The stones can be easily stacked with inserts and moved forward and backward or horizontally and vertically for more aesthetically pleasing visual relief and texture.

  • RumbleStone four tumbled sizes modulate in all dimensions and can be assembled in a variety of configurations and orientations
  • Stack them up and bond with construction adhesive
  • Ideal for building a grill enclosure, mailbox, water feature, bench, fire pit or fireplace
  • Combine with a paver patio or garden retaining wall for the ultimate outdoor living space
  • Size and weight are approximate

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this brick be used to sorround a fire pit?

Will it take the heat and not crack and crumble? I used regular concrete block and they cracked and crumbled. The description says "garden stone". I want to be sure it can be used for extreme heat applications.
Asked by: Jaybird
I use it as a fire pit
Answered by: Crazy
Date published: 2017-04-16

why is the maximum build height two feet and is it possible to build 2.5 feet high?

Asked by: jj
How many cans of soup can you stack upon one another? The same holds true with these stones. To go high, you need a larger base. They don't have a large base.
Answered by: SilverHawk
Date published: 2017-03-23

IM BUILDING A PLATFORM FOR A FIRE RING AND WAS WONDERING HOW MANY OF THESE STONES SHOULD I NEED TO BUILD A RING 2 ROWS HIGH SO THAT MY 38"ROUND FIRE ?

RING WILL SET ON TOP OF THEM,THANK YOU?
Asked by: BLUE
it takes 12 of these to make a circle one layer high.. then you would need the mini bricks they also sell.. 12 of them per layer also.. 3.5 in. x 7 in. Cafe RumbleStone Mini Wall Block so 24 of each...
Answered by: avemaria
Date published: 2016-06-01

Do the design patterns scale to different size fire pits/tree rings? I want to build a larger ver...

Do the design patterns scale to different size fire pits/tree rings? I want to build a larger version of the 45.8" fire pit, which uses 3 levels of blocks, 12 traps and 12 minis on each level, alternated, like this: |_|/_____\|_|/_____\|_| Will this pattern scale to a larger sized fire pit just by adding more blocks, or is that why the actual patterns for the 62" ring (48" inside diameter) use a different configuration, like this: |_||_|/_____\|_||_|/_____\|_||_| or this |_||_||_|/_____\|_||_||_|/_____\|_||_||_| I just prefer the minis and traps alternated evenly, instead of 2 or 3 minis together alternated with single traps.
Asked by: Kfire
You can build to any diameter you want actually. And with whatever 'pattern' you like. The one we built we intentionally left an opening or gap - so that the heat could radiate to where we were generally sitting. One of the guys with us got creative as the night went on and had a lot of fun with the blocks as you'll see! You're going to love these blocks! The design possibilities are endless! The fire pit you see in the pictures came in at less than $100.00. It's the best $100.00 I've spent on the campsite.
Answered by: SilverHawk
Date published: 2017-04-19
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RumbleStone Trap 10.5 in. x 7 in. x 3.5 in. Cafe Concrete Wall Block is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instead of buying the fire pit kit, we bought 48 of these Trapezoid blocks and 48 of the small br... Instead of buying the fire pit kit, we bought 48 of these Trapezoid blocks and 48 of the small bricks. Total cost was like $130. HD seems to have these outdoors, on pallets of 96 blocks. We found a pallet that had been cut in half, and had the 48 blocks we needed. Then we loaded the 48 small bricks on there, and rolled off to the truck! After looking at the other reviews and pics, we decided to just try throwing down the fire pit, without the steel insert, pea gravel, or anything. Luckily, we had a great flat area in the grass, just off the deck - and had the firepit built in about 25 minutes (not using adhesive, and just eye-balling the way we thought the bricks should go). The design of the bricks, and the angle of the side cuts make for a perfect 32" inside diameter and a 45" outside diameter, 4 block high fire pit - using 12 blocks and 12 bricks for each course. Finally, we put the grate in from our regular fireplace, and it seemed to work really well. Will probably just buy another grate to use full time in the fire pit.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We built what the Pavestone Guide calls a No. 2 'Tree Ring' for a fire pit at a campsite, and it'... We built what the Pavestone Guide calls a No. 2 'Tree Ring' for a fire pit at a campsite, and it's wonderful! This design uses 36 Traps and 36 of the Minis and I LOVE it! The perfect inside diameter for a fire pit. Total cost was less than $100 and it's the best $100 I've spent for the campsite! We even played around with different designs which was fun!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product, It is a rough product, so care should be taken when choosing them out at the store... Good Product, It is a rough product, so care should be taken when choosing them out at the store to make sure you don't get a stone that is too damaged. Looks good though in it's final product.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fit the bill for what i wanted and needed==color, shape, size., and character A liitle expensive. Fit the bill for what i wanted and needed==color, shape, size., and character A liitle expensive.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Look good , need more than expected. Look good , need more than expected.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fire pit Great blocks...save a ton of money by doing it yourself ...i stacked 3 rows of 12 with air gaps..
Date published: 2015-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for a fire pit! We bought 48 of these to build our fire pit. It turned out great and was easier than expected to build! We had our own fire pit insert that we just took the metal legs off of it and laid it on top of the pavers.Turned out great!
Date published: 2013-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Firepit Ordered this product online one evening and picked it up in store the next day after work. I then came home that evening and built a fire pit. Within a couple of hours I was able to start a fire and enjoy it. All of my neighbors stopped over to admire it as well. Thanks for making it easy!
Date published: 2014-10-01
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