Stone Focus is back this week with three more fabulous stone surfaces for you to sink your clicks into.
Translating directly as “Wild Flowers” this Italian Marble is comprised of subtle variations of grey, with touches of orange and white mixed in for a bit of colour. This marble is only produced in 2 quarries in Italy and is a fairly delicate stone, requiring expert handling.
A very fashionable stone, with grey being on trend, this stone is a popular choice for fireplaces and table tops.
We have Fior Di Bosco available in 20mm slabs at the time of writing, in a polished finish. If you would like to see or hear more, feel free to get in touch.
This Spanish Marble is formed of varying shades of brown, from rich, chocolate brown to a dark cappuccino brown. White veins web their way over its surface.
The Marron Imperial is a popular stone to combine with softer colours, being a suitable stone for large scale projects, due to the good consistency of the stone. Also known as Emperador Dark, this is another stone that requires expert production, as it can be fairly brittle when cutting, however once installed it provides a reliable and strong surface.
We have stock of both 20mm and 30mm thicknesses at this time. Drop us an email or give us a call to find out more.
A Granite from Brazil, this very bright stone is a decorative and hard-wearing surface. The colouring ranges from a light cream to patches dark brown. You can see immediately the large, crystal-like feldspars in this stone, with the distinct micas visible here too, minerals that make up the granite itself.
The striking appearance of this stone, together with its toughness, it is a popular choice as kitchen worktops.
At time of writing, we have 30mm thick slabs of Splendor White in stock. Give us a call or drop us a message to hear more.