Beautiful attention-grabbing Indian sandstone circles
People love Indian stone circle kits because of their spellbinding effect on a garden. They can be used to draw attention to a particular feature, like a tree or a garden ornament. Or to split an outside area into distinct zones with their own general purposes.
Sandstone circle paving can also transform how you utilise a garden. And where you position them can have a big effect. For example, if you choose to put your circle in the corner or a secluded spot, they often take on the form of a relaxation or sitting area. On the other hand, a circle laid centrally in the garden may take on a function for outdoor dining or a place to entertain friends generally, with a fire-pit or barbeque.
Stone circles have quite a few different names. Including ‘patio circles,’ ‘round patios’ or ‘circular patio kits,’ and also as ‘garden patio kits’. They all refer to the same thing.
Find out more about why people love stone circle paving:
- Distinctive landscaping — make a stunning focal point or draw attention to a feature with your stone circle. Or add height to your garden design by using them as steps.
- They’re transformative — Indian stone circles have the power to completely change the function of your garden for the better. Marking out a new seating area, fire pit or other secluded spots.
- Contrasting colours — Indian sandstone circles can be contrasted to surrounding stonework for a powerful effect. And with our beautiful range including Mint Fossil, Autumn Brown, Raj Green, and Kandla Grey — you’re sure to get the right look.
Design your sandstone circle paving just the way you want it
Our circles are made of Indian sandstone, a low-maintenance and beautiful natural stone that holds a premium charm with an affordable price tag.
The stone slabs that make up our circles are available in many different size diametres. Ranging from 1.8-metres to 3.3-metres. We also have Indian sandstone paving circle kits of a 3.6-metre diameter available in Autumn Brown. Each is calibrated to 22mm and sawn to make laying them straightforward and simple.
How you customise your Indian sandstone circle is entirely up to you. You can edge the circle with a different colour stone, for even greater vibrancy. Or use sandstone paving slabs of various sizes in combination with a mix of sandstone cobbles and setts.
Please note: no two slabs of natural sandstone look quite the same. The images shown are intended as a guide only and may appear a little different to the stones you order.
Do I need a squaring off kit?
Not really. We recommend using circles without the squaring off kit as a rule. We believe the square surround lessens the impact of the circle feature. If you don’t use it, then portions of the squaring off kit can then be used to make the installation process a little easier — and especially if your sandstone circle paving is abutting an edge of the patio.
Some of our Indian sandstone circles come with a squaring kit and some do not (it will say clearly as you click on the products). For the ones that do have a squaring off kit, it will be included within the size diameter.