Rockwood Necessories Outdoor Living Kits

Sunny days in the Northwest are a precious commodity. Outdoor living areas in the region must be versatile enough to perform rain or shine, extending the outdoor season as much as possible. Rockwood’s Necessories outdoor kits by Basalite are the perfect solution. Impressively affordable and astoundingly attractive, most of these DIY kits can be assembled by two people in just one afternoon or faster.

The ready-to-assemble kits come with everything needed, including precut, sized-to-fit blocks; reinforcements; adhesive; and easy-to-read, step-by-step instructions. Featuring Rockwood Retaining Walls multi-piece wall systems, the aged appearance and earthy tones of each of the three kit color choices enhance the architectural style of any home. Necessories mantels and tops from Silver Creek Stoneworks look and feel like hand-chiseled, natural limestone, but at a fraction of the cost. The kits are modular, so you can build your vision all at once or add new features later.

As an added bonus, we offer free delivery with a minimum purchase of $300. See our delivery charge policy for more information.

Check out the KPTV 12 segment below about Basalite outdoor kits.

Other Hardscape Features

In addition to the Necessories kits, Parr also carries the materials for hardscape features such as paths, pavers, and retaining walls. Parr has everything you need to create a beautiful and functional outdoor area.

If you want to go vertical, adding even the simplest of dry stack walls can transform the look and feel of your landscape! Parr has many options for both dry and wet stack walls to help you create the exact look you need to create and compliment your ideal yard, garden or landscape.

Whether you’re looking for simple lawn edgers and meandering garden paths or stone planters and terraced walls, come in today and let our knowledgeable staff help create your ultimate outdoor space.

What is Hardscape?

Hardscape includes inanimate, built elements that are common in yards and outdoor living spaces. Whether they are made from concrete, brick, pebbles, or sand, outdoor features such as walkways, paths, driveways, and sidewalks are hardscape. Decks, patios, fireplaces, terraces, and porches also qualify as hardscape. Any items you use to border landscaping areas—such as bricks, boulders, or wood—are considered hardscape. Even birdbaths, ponds, pottery, and sculptures fall into this category. Hardscape features also include vertical surfaces such as trellises, raised beds, retaining walls, and fences. In contrast to hardscape, softscape includes natural outdoor elements such as flowers, trees, and grass.

Remember, if your project requires digging, first call 1-800-332-2344 to locate any utilities.