Fast climbing our way up the ladder of seasons, into the Autumn once again. As the leaves fall in London, we are going to be looking at a few fairly Autumnal feeling surfaces here. If you like any, as always, drop us a quick message and after you do that, you can browse our other latest arrivals HERE.
Calacatta Mont Blanc
The Calacatta Mont Blanc is a beautiful, white Quartzite. You would be forgiven for assuming it was a Marble at first glance, not only because of the name but due to the typically ‘Marble look’. There a number of key benefits to such a fantastic looking stone having the intrinsic qualities of a Quartzite with the elegance of a Marble. The former is a much tougher material, which means it is also suitable for a wider range of uses in design and architecture.
Eramosa Vein Cut
We covered the Cross Cut Eramosa in a recent edition of the Stone Focus and here is the same material but in a Vein Cut. It is tough to say which is better, perhaps it’s more fitting then, to say that they are just as stunning as each other. If you are looking for a stone alternative to a wooden surface…then simply put…clearly this is it. The veins in this marble could easily be the grain in a piece of oiled olivewoo. I personally love it, if you love it, you can click away below to find out more!
Panda White is another marble we have delighted in covering before. The contrast between the deep black and the white is a classically effective combination and one that looks amazing with the flowing patterns produced in this material. The Panda White is also a material that looks particularly great in a book-match arrangement, as you can see with the mockup below.