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When we think of granite, we often envision a beautiful and durable stone used in various architectural and design applications. However, granite is more than just a stone; it’s a marvel of nature, boasting qualities that make it a true treasure.
With its earthy and natural characteristics, Limestone continues to be a popular choice for indoor and outdoor designs in the 21st Century.
Using premium natural stone for driveways makes for a durable, charming, and organic lived-in look and feel. Explore Cobblestones for a Classic Driveway, Crazy Paving for Mid-Century Style, or Filetti for the One-of-a-Kind Driveway.
In this article, we answer an FAQ about the differences and similarities between two of the most popular natural stones in architecture and interior design, Limestone and Travertine.
Pool Coping is used around the edge of in-ground pools and other swimming pools. If you are in the water and holding the side of the pool you will be holding on to the coping tiles or pavers. Likewise if you are dangling your feet in the water chances are you are sitting on the pool coping.
When selecting natural stone for your project, consideration and understanding of the product and surface finish are paramount, as this will determine the most suitable option to use.
The alfresco area in a retreat design style is an extension of the living space, and serves as the tranquil weekend getaway destination. You are transported into your ultimate retreat as you step into your outdoor living space.
Turning your backyard into a personal oasis can transform your home. Natural stone is a popular choice for gardens and landscaping projects and the selection will depend on your requirements and design style.
Cobblestones remain a popular choice for driveways due to their high compressive strength, ability to withstand heavy traffic and the test of time. Since the 3rd Century, Cobblestones have been used to pave the piazzas and streets of Europe and their magic survives today.
Use Natural Stone in Wall Cladding to create a unique feature wall for your garden, eye-catching exterior entrance, resort-style addition to your pool design, or a one-of-a-kind touch to your interiors. Alternatively, natural stone tiles add an organic look and a visual interest with natural variation to your feature walls.
When it comes to crafting the perfect ambiance in your living space, a fireplace often takes centre stage. It not only provides warmth but also serves as a focal point that draws family and friends together. When you’re looking to improve the aesthetics and functionality of your fireplace, natural stone arises as a timeless and elegant choice.
Natural stone pavers and pool coping can enhance your pool design, and provide functional benefits, such as a safer environment around the pool. There are a variety of natural stone products with a suitable finish that can be used outdoors and around pools, including Limestone, Travertine, Granite, Sandstone, or porcelain.
The kitchen is one of the spaces where selecting natural stone is a common choice that can elevate your design and add a touch of exclusivity to the room. While natural stone is often used for benchtops, you can also install stone on the floors or as a feature wall in your kitchen.
Working in direct partnership with architects, interior designers, landscape architects and builders on commercial projects, we supply natural stone and other materials for office spaces, hospitality venues, retail spaces, schools, recreational resorts and hotels.
The selected tiles are the key design element of any bathroom, determining the overall look. Natural stone is a suitable product, despite the wet environment and if the product is properly sealed and maintained, it provides an everlasting look.
The time when natural stone was only used for outdoor areas is long gone. Architects and designers love to use this material for all the interior spaces – including living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, hallways, laundries or bathrooms.
If you’re starting a new project or planning to renovate your home, here are the top 12 trends you need to know to be on the right track with your design in 2022.
Sareen Stone explores the differences between using natural stone or porcelain to make you confident in determining which material will be more suitable for your installation.
Japandi is an emerging design style that has become increasingly popular during the past year. As the name suggests, it is an intersection of Japanese and Scandinavian design styles.
In this article, we’ve talked with Michael to find answers to the most frequently asked questions about natural stone he gets from architects and designers.