BRUSHING, SANDING, BEATING, CHIPPING AND PATINATION CAN RESTORE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A SURFACE THAT HAS BEEN USED FOR CENTURIES. DEPENDING ON THE TECHNIQUE AND TREATMENT, A NEW LOOK AND SHINE IS CREATED. THE UNEVENNESS, TEXTURE AND COLOUR DIFFERENCES OF THE STONES CONTRIBUTE TO THE CREATION OF UNIQUE SURFACES. WHETHER YOU WANT TO ACCENTUATE A LIVING SPACE WITH A FASCINATING FLOOR, ENLIVEN A KITCHEN WORKTOP WITH NATURAL PATTERNS OR COMPLEMENT A BATHROOM WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL WASHBASIN. THE SPECIAL THING IS THAT EVERYTHING IS MADE OF THE SAME MATERIAL AND FITS TOGETHER NATURALLY.
BELGIAN bluestone FLOORS
These popular blue-grey wear-resistant limestone tiles are known as Bluestone. The stone comes primarily from the Belgian Ardennes and Hainaut, where the sea was located millions of years ago. Therefore, fossils are regularly found in Belgian bluestone.
The tile is suitable for interior and exterior.
The appearance of limestone can be well described in one word - multifaceted. In keeping with nature, there is a complete palette of earthy tones, including light beige tones and soft grey shades - often complemented by a marine sheen and shell inclusions. However, limestones can also be quite different - rich in contrasting colours and with clearly visible veining. No two limestone slabs are the same, making each one truly unique.