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Red Sandstones

Introduction to Red Sandstone

Red sandstone, also known as agra red sandstone with its striking red and orange hues, has long captured the hearts of architects, designers, and nature enthusiasts alike. Red sandstone slabs make a stunning choice for both interior and exterior design projects due to their unique coloration and intricate patterns. Its timeless beauty and inherent charm make agra red sandstone tiles a stunning choice.

This Sandstone slabs is in huge demand due to its elegant finishing and stain-free nature. It is easy to maintain and durable, and it comes at a very competitive price. This sedimentary rock commonly used as external wall cladding. Once fitted, it looks excellent. It is highly regarded as an excellent choice for large architectural projects. Due to its chemical and physical properties that work almost like granite, the natural stone is highly sought after. Its natural grainy texture gives each piece a unique appearance. The roughness of the surface also makes it suitable for use as a non-slip flooring material.

Additionally, Indian tiles are incredibly durable and easy to maintain, making them an ideal choice for high-traffic areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. With their ability to complement both modern and traditional design schemes, it’s no wonder why sedimentary rock red sandstone tiles and slabs continue to be a popular choice among homeowners and designers alike.

What is the Price of Red Sandstone per square foot in India? 

The price of red sandstone rock typically starts from 62 Rs per sq. ft., making it a popular choice for those looking to add a touch of warmth and charm to their space without breaking the bank. 

Versatile Uses of Red stone in Construction and Design

  1. Building Facades
  2. Flooring
  3. Paving and Walkways
  4. Retaining Wall and Garden Features
  5. Decorative Elements
  6. Art and Sculpture
  7. Landscaping
  8. Monuments

Famous structures Made from Agra Red Stone

  1. Red Rocks Park in Colorado
  2. Petra in Jordan. This ancient city was built entirely out of pinkish-red stone and has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its historical and cultural significance.
  3. The Red Fort in Delhi 
  4. The Jaigarh Fort in Rajasthan
  5. Zion National Park in Utah
  6. Bryce Canyon National Park in Arizona
  7. England’s Stonehenge monument
  8. Kumbhalgarh Fort in India
  9. Ayers Rock (Uluru) in Australia

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