Sienna Cappuccino Porcelain Paving
Sienna™ Paving is a Stone Zone exclusive - Premium Porcelain Paving at an Affordable Price.
Sienna Cappuccino Porcelain, also known as Hammerstone Beige Porcelain Paving are beautiful cream-toned paving slabs that will elevate the look of any patio or driveway. As its name, the Cappuccino exudes a calming cream shade that will look impressive no matter the season.
Sienna Porcelain Beige Paving is a contemporary, porcelain garden stone paving that blends both modern sophistication as well as traditional features of natural stone paving. The Sienna is a deluxe range and is guaranteed to be eye-catching to any outdoor space.
As well as being aesthetically pleasing, this range also boasts qualities such as being frost-proof, durable and completely non-slip; achieving a skid value of R11. Consisting of a lightly textured surface, you can rest assured that there's nothing to worry about when placing around a pool or in a child-friendly environment.
Sienna Cappuccino Paving for Your Garden
With its light colour and stylish finish, Sienna cappuccino Porcelain Paving is an ideal option for those who are looking to achieve a bright look for their garden, a shade that will reflect nicely with the sun and creating a vibrant atmosphere.
Sienna Paving has also been used for indoor flooring in kitchens and bathrooms, due to these porcelain tiles being easy to install.
Available in Sizes
900mm x 600mm x 20mm
600mm x 600mm x 20mm
Patio Packs: a mixture of sizes: 900 x 600, 600 x 600, 600 x 300, 300 x 300
Keep in mind: If you wish to buy smaller amounts. such as only one paving slab, please call 01202 874207 for all quantities.
What is the Difference Between Porcelain and Sandstone?
Porcelain and Sandstone Paving are two vastly different types of paving stones.
Porcelain Paving is a man-made stone that has been created to replicate natural stone paving, with some exceptional qualities compared to natural stone paving.
This particular Porcelain Paving has been manufactured been vitrified, making it of the highest quality. Vitrifying means the paving slabs are made from high-quality pure clays and minerals such as Quartz, fired at 1200 degrees Celsius, ensuring high durability and very little absorption. This process has led to Porcelain Paving often being referred to as 'glass like'.
Vitrified Porcelain means the paving will be entirely non-porous and waterproof as well as resistant to mould, moss and frost. It also maintains its R11 skid value, being non-slip and safe for pool surrounds.
On the other hand, Sandstone is a naturally formed stone that is developed in stone quarries in India. Sandstone paving slabs are naturally very porous and therefore is able to let water pass through them.
It can be said that being porous makes Sandstone paving a slightly more eco-friendly option, as it will absorb rainwater, which then will hopefully lead to flood prevention.
But, please be aware that Porcelain Paving needs very little maintenance, the texture will not wear away and it will not discolour no matter how much time passes.
Whereas Sandstone will require a little upkeeping, namely, you will need to regularly seal the paving to prevent the colours from fading completely. However, over time as time goes on, the paving colours will naturally change to lighter shades that also look classic and vintage.
Buy With Confidence
- Our paving can be purchased in quantities of 5 square metres.
- Please enter the amount of 5 sqm you need (for example 20sqm would be 4 x 5sqm).
- All of our paving comes in crates which can be easily placed into a van or into a garden using a hiab lorry.
- You can choose a free collection from one of our Depots or fuss-free, home delivery.
A Service You Can Rely On
- Our trustworthy service offers prompt delivery to any area in the UK
- Stone Zone is a family-run business that has been well-established since 1998
- Our knowledgeable customer advisors can help you with your purchase
- We pride ourselves on offering a range of affordable garden supplies
Sample slabs are available in-store, please ask a customer advisor.