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Sandstone is a sedimentary rock formed millions of years ago which can be processed by stone masons to create a number of finishes to complement all garden architectures. Each piece of paving with its unique natural colouration, texture and markings combines to form a rich tapestry of overall hue to your garden’s landscape.
It is always advisable to view the stone prior to purchasing at your local stockist to fully appreciate the diversity of colours in each range.
Part of the character of Sandstone paving is that no two stones are coloured the same; however, when combined they create a rich tapestry of colour to make an overall hue as presented here. Seasonal changes also bring differing perspectives to the reflected colours. In strong summer sunlight a sandstone patio will appear to have less colour variation, whilst after rain the colours will be of deep patina.
Each of the colour swatches reproduced in this brochure demonstrate the overall hue of a paved area. The natural colour variation of individual paving flags will vary significantly when viewed individually.
|Light Grey (ps) + (c)
||Mint Fossil (c)
||Raj Blend (ps) + (c)
||Cotswold Mix (c)|
|Old Black (c)
(ps) = Premium Selected (17-22mm thickness)
(c) = Calibrated to 22mm thickness
|Sizes (mm)|| 900x600
Project Pack consists of 71 pieces and covers approximately 20.7m2 based on a typical jointing gap of 7-14mm.
Old Black has 34 x 600x450mm flags replacing the 17 x 900x600mm
| No./single size crate
|No./Std. Project Pack||17||17||18||19|
|Project Pack consists of 57 pieces and covers approximately 12.25m2 based on a typical jointing gap of 7-14mm.
Hand cut edges.
Before committing to purchase any natural stone product it is always recommended that you visit your stockist to check the colour and texture of your chosen paving.
Sandstone natural paving should be laid chamfered edge face down.