• More About Marble

    Marble’s quintessential beauty symbolises success and immortality.

    Marble is formed via sedimentation. Silt, plant matter, shells and skeletons of animals solidify over time into stone. Marble is actually formed from limestone which has been exposed to heat and intense pressure. Marble is highly resistant to abrasion, and is perfect for floors. Marble can also be used as tabletops and benchtops. Marble is a porous stone, so it should be sealed properly.

    Never use acidic cleaners to clean marble, as acids cause marble to fizz and dissolve. Lemon juice, vinegar, nail polish remover, and orange juice can damage marble. Warm water and a soft cloth is usually all that is required to clean marble.

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  • Why choose Travertine?

    For its durability, reliability, luxury, and rich-toned beauty. Travertine integrates seamlessly into rustic, traditional or contemporary designs.

    Did you know that travertine is a type of limestone that forms in streams often near waterfalls or alongside hot or cold springs?

    Many famous buildings are made of travertine. These include Los Angeles’ Getty Centre, Paris’ Sacré-Cœur Basilica, and Rome’s Colosseum.

    Are you looking for a floor surface that does not get too hot in the summer? Consider travertine! Earthy hues create a warm look with travertine pavers that stay cool! Due to the relative absence of metals contained in products like concrete and slate, travertine says cooler under foot than many other types of pavers.

    Travertine is not just for flooring. Complement the elegance of travertine floors with travertine walls, fireplaces, fountains, benchtops, and tabletops.

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  • Why choose Bluestone?

    Because one of its many charms is that it evolves over time, bluestone develops a characteristic patina as it ages.

    Because one of its many charms is that it evolves over time. Bluestone develops a characteristic patina as it ages.

    The bluestone palette includes earthtones, greens, lilac and of course blues. The colours in the bluestone pavers are dependent on the quarry they are sourced from, and what depth they are cut from. Our bluestone is sourced from a quarry where the stone has a consistent blue colour, has only micro-holes and the pavers are fine-sawn so that no sawn marks are visible.

    Design your dream environment around the rich beauty of bluestone. Transcending styles from the sophisticated to the rustic, bluestone can complement your individual creativity.

    There are many reasons to choose Bluestone pavers . Bluestone is a picturesque and versatile material and can be used in a number of different applications.

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