A real mix of materials for you this week. They say that variety is the spice of life and, in an attempt to provide some of that spicy variety, we are looking at the limestone Belgian Fossil, granite San Francisco and marble Marron Imperial.
The Belgian Fossil is an impressive limestone, with an historic asthetic. Tiny fossils can be seen amongst the stone, which makes it one of the most unique surfaces to have as part of your design. Of course, there are a number of limestone materials that fossils are visible in, due to the nature of how it is formed. However, this is always a prominent stone, as it is a very particular shade of charcoal grey that really stands out.
We have this in stock at the moment in a range of thicknesses, so feel free to contact us if you are interested in finding out more.
This granite has an interesting, wavy brown and dark grey pattern to it. It reminds me a bit of sand at the beach, after the tide has gone out. Being a granite, it is a solid choice for the kitchen or bathroom, where a softer material may be vulnerable to exposure to water. With a good amount of care, this stone would continue to look at its best in this type of setting.
This Spanish marble is a gorgeous range of browns, with light brown or sometimes white veining running through it. The patterning, at distance, almost looks web like. A stone like this looks amazing in a polished finish, as kitchen worktops or to be used as flooring. However, being a marble, it is on the softer side of stone so extra care will need to be taken.
These slabs came in recently and are still in stock in both a 20mm and 30mm thickness. Get in touch if you would like a quote.