Now, why is it that beige and creams have a reputation for being dull colours to decorate in? Well in natural stone, you will find some of the most beautiful and fascinating materials have elements of these colours in them, which brings me to the three materials we are going to look at this week. One marble, one granite and a limestone.
Another Arabescato for you this week, this time the Corchia. Again, with the classic Italian marble look to it but at the same time distinct from other varieties. The Arabescato Corchia is characterized again by a mix of greys and whites, with larger patches of the cream, like you can see here.
You can see how this could make a beautiful surface, with its telltale patterning creating a luxurious look.
Right now we have both 20mm and 30mm slabs available. Get in touch if you would like to find out more.
A granite for you now, with Bianco Sardo being a great looking, functional stone as well as a perfect option for kitchen worktops and the like.
The grains in this material are a mixture of blacks, creams and browns. The fact that this maintains a generally light look to the stone means that you could use it to really brighten up smaller areas.
We again have both 20mm and 30mm slabs in stock currently. Let us know if you would like to see this stone.
Moleanos is one of those fascinating limestones in which you can often see a spread of fossils. The Moleanos beige has a warmer, more grainy feel than some of the other varieties, with the light and textured surface being a great options for walls and floors.
Check our stock for more of this stone, we currently hold 20mm in stock.