This week takes a bit of a beige turn. You’re going to see three materials all on the sandy coloured spectrum. Don’t let the lack of colour put you off however, this is all-natural stone we are talking about so the patterns and movement are still special and potentially transformative for any given interior.
Anatolia is a marble that, at a distance, looks like a collection of creamy coloured clouds, all congregating in one spot. The effect is soft and calming. The intensity of the colours, which range from very light beige to darker tan areas, are nicely contrasting but not overpowering. Closer up you can also see the smaller specs, forming a more granular pattern that works really well and gives the surface that bit more character.
The Bianco Calcite is a white Marble, with lots of tiny, crystal-like shards visible and coming together to form a beautiful, sparkly surface. When polished, this bright and reflective stone would look at home either as part of a contemporary style interior or utilised for a one-off piece of furniture. Next to a darker material, perhaps a jet black stone, you could create a stunning contrast.
A light and creamy marble, the Volakas Fusion is reminiscent of a sandy beach, with waves having left their mark in the untouched shoreline. The waves of pale, greyish brown all travel across this particular block, from one corner and create a fantastic movement, almost like looking at a visualisation of sound waves.
Another material that could truly go with anything, due to it’s natural and neutral tone, this marble would look great in a bathroom or kitchen environment.