Walling Aspen Random Ashlar Sandstone for walls

Aspen Random Ashlar Sandstone for walls

Welcome a sense of nature to your space with Aspen Random Ashlar Sandstone, one of our most sought-after soft neutral stones for walling.

It’s the softness of Aspen tumbled Sandstone that makes a space instantly warm and welcoming. The light colour palette features variations from pale grey to soft rose, with a decadent array of creamy hues in between.

This elegant natural stone is delivered split and cut into random ashlar pieces, with a tumbled finish. This winning combination means every piece offers its own unique textural footprint.

Your installer can use Aspen Random Ashlar Sandstone to craft a stonework pattern with or without a grout joint across both indoor and outdoor walls.

At a glance

Stone colour: Cream neutrals
Tile edges: Tumbled
Walling: Supplied in 1m2 lots
Corners: 20-40 mm (1 lineal metre of corners equals 0.3m2 wall facing)
Lead time: 16-18 weeks (unless in stock)

Sealing and cleaning

We recommend sealing all natural stone tiles.

Good to know

Wastage recommendation

It’s important to discuss the wastage amount with your installer. As a guide, we suggest 15% for grouted joints and 25% for dry laid walls to allow for cutting and shaping the stone on site.

Our installation recommendation

The installer should unpack each crate of stone and use the mix of the sizes supplied. We don’t exchange smaller pieces for larger pieces – it’s the installer’s responsibility to use all the sizes supplied to create your stonework pattern.

Looking for corner pieces?

We sell our corner pieces by the lineal metre. One lineal metre approximately equals 0.3m2 of wall cladding, so keep this in mind when confirming your order.

Our grout recommendation

You can choose between a contrasting or tonal colour for the grout. If you’re unsure, ask your designer for their recommendation, and consider any lifestyle factors that may impact maintenance.

Installing your stone without a grout joint?

We recommend an extra 15-20% for wastage so the stonemason can cut and shape the stone for butt-jointing.

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