Collection: Indian Limestone Paving

Beautify your home’s exterior or interior with limestone paving.

 

Limestone is a beautiful natural stone. It is smooth and flat, dries out quickly in bad weather, and is slip-resistant. And once it is put down, limestone paving will last a lifetime.

Indian Limestone Paving

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Natural-looking, beautiful limestone paving slabs to bring your home to life. 

  • Limestone paving slabs look stunning in and outside of the home. They are particularly popular in outdoor spaces because limestone itself is very durable, hardwearing, and also because there are styles and colours available to suit many different garden settings.
     
  • Limestone paving is also sometimes referred to as ‘Indian limestone paving’.
     
  • Limestone is well-suited to British weather. The paving slabs do not absorb a lot of water and quickly dry out after heavy rain. And even if they are wet, the naturally textured surface of limestone flags will still provide a good amount of non-slip resistance.  
     

Choose from our range of black, blue-grey and yellow Indian limestone paving slabs and colours.  

We offer a wide indoor and patio paving range of contemporary and traditional colours, styles and finishes to suit your tastes. Including sawn edgescalibrated and walling slabs, and block paving limestone setts:    


 

  • Kota black limestone paving — This gorgeous shade of limestone has a naturally black riven surface with hand-cut or sawn edges. Perfect for a modern twist and a truly distinctive garden.
     

  • Blue Indian limestone — This contemporary style of limestone looks great in any garden setting. Each slab has its own natural slight colour variations, including blue-ish grey to eggshell tones. The subtle rippled texture and surface of this limestone, along with its shallow ocean appearance, are just a few reasons behind its continuing popularity. Includes Kota blue limestone. 
         

  • Tandur yellow limestone — This naturally attractive grade of Indian limestone paving is a blend of warm yellow with some grey, gold and even green tones thrown in. It’s not only the perfect complement to a beautiful contemporary outside vision of a garden, it’s very robust and low maintenance too.


Looking for more traditional grey and dark grey limestone paving slabs? Contact us and we’ll get back to you with more information and special offers. Our limestone pavers are more than ready to help you out. 
 

Why customers love limestone paving.

Limestone is a very beautiful and finely textured rock. Every slab is uniquely shaded, with its own distinctive natural veining of colours and blends. 

 

The high quality, very fine composition of the rock means it can easily be cut and styled into decorative shapes, to suit all manner of aesthetic visions and designs. Limestone paving is a natural product of the Earth, free from toxins and chemicals, cut for your pleasure. At the same time, natural limestone paving is safe to walk on, strong and durable and can last a lifetime. 

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Up to 100 years. If laid properly, any natural stone paving driveway — limestone or otherwise — can last a century.



No. Some limestone paving can be a little slippery, but the natural surface of Indian limestone has anti-slip properties. Limestone can be tumbled or brushed for added non-slip qualities and still keep a similar appearance.



Yes. Because limestone is so flat and so smooth, with fewer ridges in its finish, it can be used for driveways, however as with all natural stone used on driveways, it is down to whether the bed can move under the weight of the vehicle as to whether the natural stone paving . Limestone works well both outdoors and indoors.



Yes. Limestone slabs are smooth and flat. Making them the ideal choice for many paths, patios, courtyards, driveways and general landscaping. Limestone also doesn’t absorb a lot of rainwater. So it should be a good choice even if you live in a particularly wet part of the country.



Not necessarily. You won’t need to seal your limestone flags, but it is recommended. Limestone reacts chemically to the environment around it. Without sealants, this may change the colour relatively quickly and stop it from looking brand new. Lots of people like this “natural look” however, and deliberately choose to leave their limestone paving unsealed.