Indian Sandstone Paving
One of the most popular options for rustic outdoor spaces, Indian stone paving is the natural choice for those seeking high-quality, warming garden pavers.
Not to be mistaken for natural stone paving, Indian sandstone is a special type of natural stone that is specifically sourced from India, a country renowned for its stunning stone exports.
Browse the stunning variety of Indian sandstone available at Simply Paving, below.
Bradstone Blended Natural Sandstone Paving in Rustic Grey
From £27.94 per m2
Bradstone Natural Sandstone Paving in Silver Grey
From £27.33 per m2
Simply Paving Natural Sandstone Paving in Kendla Grey
From £21.99 per m2
Bradstone Natural Sandstone Setts in Silver Grey
From £68.62 per m2
What is Indian sandstone paving?
Often mistaken for natural stone paving or natural sandstone, Indian sandstone pavers are specifically sourced from India, a country renowned for its stunning stone exports. This patio slab is popular all around the world for its durability, natural beauty, and wide range of shades and pigments.
The tonal variations, in particular, are the most likely to catch your eye. You can find greys, blacks, reds, and even yellows in our collection of Indian stone paving slabs, giving you plenty of choice to customise your patio.
|Features of Indian Sandstone|
|Ideal for rustic and traditional gardens||✓|
|Unique colour variations||✓|
|Hand cut for authenticity||✓|
|Available as paving slabs and setts||✓|
|Requires minimal maintenance||✓|
Indian sandstone paving FAQs
Here at Simply Paving, we have decades of experience working with all types of paving slabs – and we want to share our expertise on Indian sandstone paving!
Continue reading, below, to find our answers to customers’ most commonly asked questions about Indian sandstone.
What Indian sandstone colours are available?
Indian stone pavers are famous for their stunning natural variations in colour and shades, producing lighter pigments, such as cream and beige, as well as darker variations, like brown and black.
For a traditional, warming look that pairs well with both light and dark tones, we’d recommend our Bradstone Smooth Natural Sandstone Paving in Rainbow. Alternatively, for a more contemporary garden that prioritises monochronic modernism, opt for our Bradstone Riverwashed Natural Limestone Paving in Steel Grey.
How much does Indian sandstone paving cost?
Sitting somewhere between a mid-range and premium paver, Indian sandstone paving slabs are on the upper end of the pricing scale – but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a good bargain!
We regularly put Indian stone pavers up for sale on our special offers page, helping you install a stunning patio on a tighter budget. Alternatively, if our Indian sandstone collection does not fit in your price range, we have an incredible range of cheaper alternatives, including concrete blocks and our value pavers.
What Indian sandstone paving stone sizes are available?
Whether you need to pave awkward angles in your garden or have tight gaps to fill, our Indian sandstone paver collection has the dimensions to suit any outdoor project.
Our most common Indian sandstone paving sizes include:
|Indian Sandstone Sizes|
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|450 x 450||✓|
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|290 x 290||✓|
Indian sandstone pavers are also available in setts and carpet stones, if you want to make installation slightly more straightforward.
How do you lay Indian stone pavers?
While some may opt to enlist professional assistance, we know there are plenty that are prepared to roll up their sleeves and install a patio all by themselves. After all, you can save yourself some serious money by taking on the job yourself.
To find out how to lay Indian stone pavers, check out our comprehensive guide on how to lay paving slabs.
How do you cut Indian stone pavers?
While there are several ways to get the job done, we recommend you use a hammer and chisel to safely cut Indian stone pavers down to size – perfect for when you need to fill awkward angles or small gaps in your patio.
For more methods on cutting Indian stone pavers, read our article that explores how to cut paving slabs.
How do I clean Indian stone paving?
The beauty of Indian sandstone paving is that they require minimal maintenance to continue looking their best. All you need to do is regularly sweep any dirt and debris that accumulates over a couple of weeks. Easy!
If you do need to tackle anything tougher, a solution of warm, soapy water and a brush should do the trick. Just ensure you don’t use an acid-based soap as it can damage Indian sandstone; standard dish washer liquid is all you need.
Buy Indian stone paving online from Simply Paving
Here at Simply Paving, we pride ourselves on our selection of Indian stone pavers. To help you find the perfect pavers for your patio, we have a friendly team of experts on-hand to guide you to the right products. Just give us a call on 0800 032 6306 or start a live chat with us online today.