Listed below are the most popular Sandstone colours
Please be Aware that as Sandstone is a Natural product and colours may vary
Raj Green/Forest Glen
Raj Green Sandstone has become the most popular Indian sandstone in the UK. Raj Green Sandstone originates from Rajasthan in India, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajasthan. The stone is quarried from the same open cast mines as the Autumn Brown Stone. Primarily a desert state with an abundance of natural sandstone and was named from its origin location in Rajpura in Bundi district of Rajasthan.
Raj Green Sandstone is a hard stone and very similar to the native York Stone in the North of England. The Stone has a very similar colour and texture with a semi-riven and smooth finish. As the name suggests the predominant colours are shades of Green enriched with early autumn blends, which give’s it a fantastic classic timeless look, that is easily coordinated with other garden features and will enrich any landscape project.
Raj Green Sandstone is hand split and dressed paving that has a timeless look and exceptional durability. Natural Stone Paving has now surpassed the old concrete Garden Slab at prices that are comparable. Natural Stone will complement traditional or modern designs, where the unique combination of colour and texture add an ageless contemporary feel
Fossil Mint originates from Rajasthan in India. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajasthan.Order Stone has an extensive range of hand split and dressed Natural Sandstone Paving.Natural Stone has a timeless look and exceptional durability that has once again brought it to the forefront of todays creative design. The old concrete Garden Slab has now been surpassed by Natural Stone Paving at prices that are comparable. Natural Stone will complement traditional or modern designs, where the unique combination of colour and texture add an ageless contemporary feel.
Fossil Mint sandstone is now one of the most popular sandstones in the UK. It consists of predominantly buff coloured stone with some fossil like markings. Fossil Mint has quite a contrast of colour, and also veins of varying shade running throughout which give it a warm feel. This stone looks
Kandla Grey/Mountain mist
Kandla Grey referred to also as the Budhpurs Grey, this stone attributes a pale grey palette renounced as a true beauty with great versatility, this reflects the stones increasing popularity predominantly within the past ten years.
The distinct palette of Bluish grey tones, with a smooth riven texture will complement both traditional and contemporary designs. With a beautiful clean and professional finish, this exceptional stone versatility will fit with on the whole with many brickwork and landscaping areas. The Budhpura stone is hand split and dressed, the stone originates from Budhpura in Rajasthan, India http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budhpura..
It is advised that this sand stone is better suited to singular stone use as oppose to a complementary variant or mixture of other sand stones within one particular construction this singular use will deliver optimum beauty from the product.
Autumn Brown originates from Rajasthan in India. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajasthan . The stone is quarried from the same open cast mines as the Raj Green Stone. The different colours come from the different layers over millions of years. Stone is separated by the naked eye into the various colours and then sorted for our Raj Green and Autumn Brown stock. The stone is hand split and dressed as Natural Sandstone Paving. Autumn Brown Natural Stone has exceptional durability and fantastic colour that is very similar to the traditional York stone that has been used in Northern Britain for decades. Natural Stone Paving has now surpassed the old concrete Garden Slab at prices that are comparable. Autumn Brown Stone will complement traditional or modern designs, where the unique combination of Autumn Shades of colour and texture add an ageless contemporary feel. The Warm Autumn Shades of this Stone make this one of our most popular paving products. The colours will go with and create a suburb colour contrast on almost any house bricks and garden features. You can add more colours by mixing colours of your choice like the Raj Green or Rippon for a more exotic look or Light Grey to lighten the mood. This only works on larger areas where you can mix full crates I.E two or more. Autumn Brown is a fantastic warm natural autumn colour on its own, which you can only find in natural stone. As the name suggests the predominant colours of this riven stone are shades of Brown enriched with Autumn blends to give a classic appearance. A popular choice that is easily co-ordinated with other stone garden features.
Rippon is a riven stone which contains a mixture of sandy brown, pale crimson and lavender in a blend of swirls and irregular lines. This Stone looks absolutely fantastic down with a superb mix of colours, shades, patterns and is a real addition to any project or garden
Modak is a riven stone that combines dark salmon and pale yellow as its predominant base with other shades of colour to create a very distinctive stone. Recently this Stone has become very popular in the UK and is fast becomming one of the most widely used pavings.
Kotah black is a Limestone and fairly consistent in colour. It is mainly rich black with occasional over tones of charcoal. Kotah black is generally not http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kota_Stone Stone creates a fantastic flat overall appearance with a professional finish
Kotah blue is a limestone and has fairly consistent colouration best described as cadet blue in shade. It is not generally riven but does have occasional overtones of charcoal. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kota_Stone Stone creates a fantastic flat overall appearance with a beautiful professional finish.