After the snow last week, here in London, it may be hard to believe we are just two weeks from the official start of Spring.
With this in mind, this week I thought we could look at three pastel coloured stones, to enhance the natural blossoming tones of this time of year.
This granite is something a bit different to some of the other green stones you might find in our range. With most other green stones being rich and dark in colour, the Coast Green has a wonderfully light, pastel tone, with a largely consistent surface throughout.
We have both 20mm and 30mm thick slabs currently in stock at MGLW at the time of writing, in a polished finish. Please get in touch to find out more.
The simple manner in which a limestone is formed means that you can find some of the most interesting stone in this range of natural surfaces. The Moleanos Fine Grain is a smooth, light, beige limestone, composed of finely compressed grains. Often in amongst these grains you will see tiny fossils, meaning you could even double it up as a conversation piece.
We have stock of Moleanos in 20mm and 30mm thicknesses at this time. Let us know if you would like to learn more.
This light marble is composed of touches of subtle, sandy coloured veins crossing over a mixed spectrum of greys. As described previously, the web like structure here is something that is quite stand-out. You could use this material to bring added light to a space and brighten up more cozy environments.
At time of writing, we hold Desert Silver in stock of 20mm thick slabs. Please call us if you would like to arrange a closer look.