Kelkay share the love with new paving range

by | Aug 21, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments


Continuing the trend for natural paving, Kelkay have developed a new heart shaped stepping stone in their natural sandstone range.

Richard Pyrah, sales director explained: ?We?ve seen huge growth in the sales of concrete stepping stones in a range of designs over the past couple of seasons, and retailers frequently report these in their top selling landscape lines. With the recent trend for natural paving, it was a logical progression for us to develop stepping stones in natural materials too, and we have been amazed at the response to the launch last year of our Random Stepping Stones in several sandstone colours.?

Kelkay have chosen to have this product hand made by skilled craftsmen from ?Agra? sandstone which was also used to construct the beautiful mosque at the Taj Mahal. Each Warmheart Stepping Stone is approximately 45cm in diameter and 30mm thick. They?ll be available in pallet quantities of 78 which will slot seamlessly into Kelkay?s unique and flexible natural stone merchandising system.

Kelkay plan to unveil this and more than 80 other new products for the new season at GLEE 11 ? 13 September. Hall 19 Stand Stand A10 ? C11

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