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Natural Stones

The journey begins from the earth to your home when blocks of stone are extracted from huge quarry beds by large cutting machines. These blocks are then transported to factories where they are cut into slabs by water-cooled saws. These slabs are then machined to give a honed or polished finish to the surface and cut into various size tile formats. Having been used for thousands of years, natural stone is a dynamic and versatile product that can be used in both traditional and contemporary buildings. Each tile has its own personality and individuality. So whether its limestone, Travertine, Marble or slate, our stone tiles are timeless and add a real touch of luxury to any household.

Limestone

Known for its durability as well as its beauty, Limestone tiles are perfect for creating the classic flagstone look in kitchens, hall ways and conservatories. Also because of their nature they can be used externally making them a perfect way to take your living area outside.

Marble

Undoubtedly the most luxurious of all natural stone tiles. With its unique natural veining which vary depending on where it’s from no two pieces are the same adding to its character. Marble can be used on walls and floors in any room but is also very dense which makes it ideal for high traffic areas like halls and kitchens.

Quartz

If glamour and style is the look you want then look no further than quartz stone. Made and engineered from crushed quartz set in resin and added to glass which sparkles in the light.

Travertine

Travertine is the most versatile off all stone tiles. With many different sizes and finishes available and with its subtle yet sophisticated colour palette it is consistently the most popular choice.

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