Arabascato Marble Tiles, a classic Italian marble exhibiting thick black veins on a white background, synonymous with opulence and luxury. Arabascato goes with contemporary or traditional interiors and always looks fantastic.
Another Italian Classic. Grey veins on an off white background bring light and variety to bathroom walls and floors. Mix with dado rails and skirting for a traditional feel or use on their own for a contemporary finish.
A polished marble with a spiders web of beautiful veining creating a feeling of luxury and timeless elegance. Copper tones are a perfect match for metallic elements in a bathroom setting. Also comes in a honed finish, which is ideal for floors.
Florentine Brushed Marble tiles are a classic cream Italian marble exhibiting beautiful fossil markings and naturally occurring onyx. This lightly brushed, dense, durable stone has a crinkled finish which looks stunning as it catches the light.
A classic cream Italian marble exhibiting beautiful fossil markings and naturally occurring onyx. The honed finish on these tiles gives them a contemporary matt look suitable for any room in the home.
The high gloss finish brings out the beautiful fossils and onyx in this classic cream Italian marble. Ideal for bathrooms as it bounces light around the whole room.
A very pretty cream/white/mushroom marble with wisp like veins casting a spiders web across its surface. This honed tile has a contemporary matt finish with straight edges.
If you are after fabulous stone tiles without an eye-watering price tag then I can heartily recommend Pure Stone of Kirkby Lonsdale. Over the years we have had Lakeland Silver Green in the kitchen, Moca Creme limestone in the bathroom and our latest purchase was Florentine Italian Marble for the hall and utility area. They […]
This metamorphic rock is a type of limestone or dolomite, recrystallised with additional pressure and heat from the earth’s crust.
An huge array of colours are available from whites and greys through to brown, red, and even green! The conditions under which it was formed mean that often mineral veins are prominent in contrasting shades and colours.
Marble is, in general, extremely hard, with great compression strength, making it very long lasting if properly installed. It’s mineral veining can mean that it lacks lateral strength and thus, care must be taken in installation to ensure it is fully bonded to substrates to ensure it lasts for many years.