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.
Our expert staff can help you select the right natural stone product for your project requirements and ensure it meets the required standards.
Sareen Stone Cobblestones make a great choice for commercial space interior floors, including at Bankstown Sports Club’s iconic Lucky Cheng’s Noodle House.
Our Charcoal Grey Granite Cobblestones were selected by Sydney Brick Paving Company for the driveway to The King’s School in Sydney’s northwest, Australia’s oldest independent school that’s been educating boys since 1831.
Guestlands Italia Boutique Accommodation is a replica Italian village in the heart of Sydney with a belltower, piazza and cobblestone streets, providing an authentic Italian getaway with a Tuscan feel, without leaving Sydney.
The accommodation consists of 3 street level villas and 1 bell tower suite with a separate breakfast/wine bar and media room building.
Guestlands selected our Cotswold Wall Cladding for feature walls both inside and outside as well as our Silhouette Granite Cobblestones for the Italian-themed streets, completing the authentic European feel.
Ramsgate RSL had an upgrade and a facelift. They wanted to achieve a natural feel and neutral tone for the entry that didn’t take away too much from the rest of the finishes to the facade.
This beige and cream Travertine is a popular choice especially with its stunning vein cut that features visible banding and mineral deposits throughout, bringing visual interest to the design and making a sophisticated first impression with the space.
When selecting the stone for the refurbishment of Allens Law firm in the Sydney CBD, the architect felt that the lighter tones on the flipside of our Coliseum Strato Vein Cut Travertine were more suited to the design.
Kevin from KQ Projects laid the Travertine upside down and only used the grout for the joints, leaving the holes in Travertine unfilled. This resulted in a true one-of-a-kind look for the firm showcasing the natural variation of the stone.
One best-selling Manhattan Limestone was installed for both floors and walls in the lobby spaces on levels 12, 17, 19, and 22. Its grey and white appearance with striking veining, reminiscent of Marble, added an elegant and contemporary look to the space.
Some of the tenants loved the stone so much that they decided to extend the tiling into their office space. See-through glass walls ensure a seamless transition and enlarge the optical size of the space.
Miss Moneypenny’s is a bar and restaurant in one of Queensland’s dream destinations, Noosa. We’ve collaborated on the project with the OPES project and supplied our Nimbus Wall Cladding.
The design brief for the project was to create a high end, yet unassuming, relaxed and comfortable environment with organic materials and a warm classic coastal vibe.
Behind the bar, our textured cream Limestone – Nimbus Split Face Cream Wall Cladding creates a stunning feature wall. For the floor, a dark porcelain tile, Night Basalt Matt was selected to cream a seamless and sophisticated look.
While the history of Terrazzo can be traced back to 18th-century Venice, this premium traditional tile has enjoyed a renaissance in architectural projects across Australia.
Its eye-catching look can provide a premium final touch to your commercial space, a first-class feel to any hotel lobby and a luxurious finish to any bathroom.
This highly durable composite material with low porosity and minimal water staining is a popular choice for hotel receptions, spas, salons, or restaurants, and will last in high traffic areas.
Concrete Lookalike Porcelain Tiles for Homewares Shop
The street appeal of the store was important for the client and they wanted to evoke a Greek Islands vibe for the store.
To complete the look, RMB worked with Ryan McGrath Plastering to use Californian Stucco texture on a sand and cement render for a few of the feature walls. The custom joinery further enhanced the aesthetics of the shop.
In collaboration with DVB Projects and Condev Constructions, Sareen Stone supplied porcelain and ceramic tiles for all the exterior, common, and bathroom areas of the project ALBA, the riverfront apartments in Brisbane’s sought-after suburb, Bulimba.
The vision of ALBA apartments was the construction of contemporary residences with sophisticated finishes while nodding to the design of a traditional Queenslander. The aim was to connect the stunning views of either the river or city skyline to the indoor space and integrate them into the daily life of the residents.
The porcelain tiles selected for the outdoor floors and the common areas had an organic look reminiscent of Marble, combining the white and calming light grey colours to create a relaxing luxurious atmosphere.
Joel from DVB Projects expands: “The selection of products supplied by Sareen Stone was flawless. Each individual piece brought a modern textural element to the beautiful interior palette of soft earthy tones.”
Spicers Sangoma is an all-inclusive retreat nestled in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales and offers a peaceful and intimate escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The retreat had a complete makeover orchestrated by Barbara Tarnawski of BT Architects, Angela Maroney, Landscape Architects and Managing Director of Urban and Rural Design and the Spicer’s design team.
The retreat has been designed with environmentally sustainable design principles and Sareen Stone provided Charcoal Grey Granite flamed pavers for the pool and alfresco area along with Porphyry 2 Colour Mix Cobblestones for the entrance.
The retreat has received multiple awards, including Excellence Award for 2020 and Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2021.