Rippon buff Indian sandstone paving patio packs are highly sought after due to their natural shades of orange, cream, and beige. This fine-grained and smooth multicolored sandstone exhibits accentuated veins running through its surface, adding to its visual appeal.
Known for their anti-wear, durable, and cost-effective properties, sandstones like Rippon buff are incredibly popular for both interior and exterior paving projects. They are ideal for creating traditional and contemporary patio and driveway designs.
Our Rippon buff sandstone paving is available in two options, patio packs are our ever-popular patio packs, which offer a mix of flags that can be laid in random designs, adding an element of creativity to your space. Another option is our single-size Rippon buff sandstone 900x600 slabs, providing a uniform and consistent look to your project. Both options feature our Rippon buff Indian sandstone paving, which has a riven surface and is calibrated to a thickness of 22mm.
|SURFACE||Split, Riven Surface|
|4 SIZES PACK||900 x 600 x 22 mm, 16 No.
600 x 600 x 22 mm, 16 No.
600 x 290 x 22 mm, 16 No.
290 x 290 x 22 mm, 12 No.
|THICKNESS||Nominal 22 mm|
|MADE IN||Indian Partner Quarry|
Sandstone Paving Patio Packs 4 Sizes:
- Patio Paving: Sandstone paving patio packs 4 sizes are an excellent choice for garden patios and terraces paving.
- Pattern and Cheaper: Sandstone paving patio packs 4 sizes offer an array of stunningly beautiful patterns and are the most cost-effective option among all available sizes due to the inclusion of smaller sizes.
- Aesthetic Appeal: The riven surface and hand-cut edges add charm to countryside gardens, traditional, or rural properties.
- Versatility: Each sandstone slab boasts unique colors and patterns, offering a diverse range of options.
- Durability: Sandstone paving is highly resistant to wear and tear, ensuring long-lasting performance with easy cleaning and maintenance.
- Stability: Sandstone paving exhibits greater stability compared to concrete, minimizing the occurrence of thermal expansion/contraction cracks.