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Kandla Ochre - Sandstone

Kandla Ochre is another Indian derived sandstone but offers differing shades of browns to oranges. Ideal for outside projects. Add to FavouritesAdd to Favourites FavouritesFavourites List

Natural Cleft

  • 1000mm x 120mm x 120mm (Palisades)
  • 1000mm x 350mm x 150mm (Large Treads)
  • 100mm x 100mm x 30-50mm (Paving Stones)
  • 100mm x 20mm x 80mm (Kerbs)
  • 1130mm x 560mm x 20-50mm
  • 1250mm x 200mm x 80mm (Kerbs)
  • 140mm x 140mm x +- 25mm (Paving Stones)
  • 140mm x 140mm x 30-50mm (Paving Stones)
  • 200mm x 100mm x 30-50mm (Paving Stones)
  • 200mm x 140mm x 30-50mm (Paving Stones)
  • 200mm x 200mm x +-25mm (Paving Stones)
  • 200mm x 200mm x 30-50mm (Paving Stones)
  • 500mm x 120mm x 120mm (Palisades)
  • 560mm x 560mm x 20-50mm
  • 750mm x 120mm x 120mm (Palisades)
  • 860mm x 860mm x 20-50mm

A beautiful warm blend of browns and oranges give this Indian derived sandstone a real outdoorsy feel.  Perfect for patios but can also be used indoors too!

Sandstone is a sedimentary stone. A collection including sand, fossils and weathers rock fragments created by erosion are brought together by the forces of nature. It's warm tonal variation is often defined in layers called strata. Sandstone covers a surprising spectrum of colours and is used in many cutting edge interior designs and not just for outside paving.