In this edition of the Stone Focus we are looking at some warm tones to go with the extremely warm weather we are currently having here in London, no matter how fleeting it might be!
You’ll all be aware of the dull, lifeless use of magnolia paint often used as a neutral, base colour for interiors. Usually just a case of landlords trying to use the most inoffensive colour out there. Of course, it is necessary to have a neutral base in many cases. We hope to provide an alternative in the form of some beautiful natural stone.
One look at this stone reignites your faith in beige. A delightful, light and creamy marble that acts perfectly as a neutral, attractive base for the rest of your décor. Anatolia Beige is suitable for, amongst other uses, tabletops, worktops and flooring. Many utilise the bright stone in kitchens and bathrooms or to act in combination with stronger colours and pick out more striking features.
Take a look at our current 20mm stock of this stone here. To find out more just shoot over a quick message or give us a call.
A fine marble with dark veining, set against a creamy yellow and white background. The Paunazzetto would be a perfect choice for light and airy interiors, whilst maintaining warmth in the yellow colouring of the stone.
This stone is more suitable for interior rather than exterior use and is often effectively utilised to decorate bathrooms.
We currently hold this stone in 20mm thickness, with a range of block sizes, so get in touch to find out more about what is available.
This marble is one of those that is just so easy to love, with the fascinating veining, being the stuff of an art nouveau dream.
In contrast to a regular Volakas, where the pattern is largely linear, the effect here is much more fluid and wavey. Almost as if splashed on in a water colour painting, the resulting bright whites and range of greys, is a fantastic combination.
We currently have a block in stock, 20mm thick, approximately 3m x 1.25m in size. Give us a call or drop us a message for further information.