Stone contains such a wide variety of textures and patterns and it’s a good job too, as it makes designing, decorating and renovating a lot more invigorating! The following surfaces are definitely in this category, being a perfect sample of the variety of patterns and colour available.
Eramosa is a gorgeous chocolate and mocha coloured marble and one that is as fittingly delicious to the eyes. A chocolate lovers’ dream décor. You know when you spill your coffee on paper? Well here, the almost puddle-like patterns of progressively lighter browns create a truly effective image, a much better option than pouring coffee everywhere. I love it.
Now this is the way to do grey. Okay, I lied earlier when I said these are all examples of the range of colour on offer with stone but, with an exquisite pattern of wavy dark lines over a sumptuous grey background, the lack of vivid colours is quickly void in place of admiring the lack thereof. In my defence, there is a slight greenish tinge here to the stone, as the name ‘Verde’ suggests. A sense of movement and motion is given in the way the veins sweep across the surface of this marble.
So, if the Eramosa was a chocolate mocha, this is more like a kind of lime coloured Eton mess. There is a beautiful chaos in the crisscrossing veining and mixture of patterns all found in this one slab. With a striking lime green standing out against the greys and blacks that it sits in and amongst, the Primavera marble is a material that conjures a vibrant energy,