Stone is a natural product of the Earth, the original green building material. It does not require other materials or resources to create it. There is an abundant supply with different veining, textures, colours, shapes, and technical characteristics that make it possible for stone to be used in a wide range of applications. Stone’s varying appearance is the result of millions of years of geologic change and mineral composition. Natural stone contains no harmful chemicals or toxins, so you can be rest assured that your interior environment will be healthy, an important component of sustainable design.
Knowing where your stone comes from is not that important but it is nice to know the history behind that stone. Every stone has a story to tell.
Has beautiful soft pink and subtle orange tones. The silky tumbled surface feels ancient with its natural clefts and soft edges. This beautiful stone comes from Portugal. Click here to view our Powder Pink Stone Mosaics.
A beautiful red travertine that has a rich earthy orange and red combination. This beautiful travertine originates from Iran. Click here to view our Red Earth Stone Mosaics.
Exhibits subtle and various tones from white through to grey and luminous greens within a deep crystal structure. This Ming Green marble comes from ChinaThe body color is a grass-like green, with shaded green lines sprawling across small white circles attached to the lines. The portrayed image is like the branches of trees and morning dew on leaves. Click here to view our Silver Sage Stone Mosaics.
Calacatta Gold has a warm white base with streaks of gold and grey. Quarried in the mountains above Carrara, a town in northern Tuscany. This stone is elegant and subtle. Calacatta Statuario has grey veining. Click here to view our Calacatta Stone Mosaics.
With it's subtle and beautiful white and grey soft tones. It is quarried in the city of Carrara in the province of Massa and Carrara in the Lunigiana, the northernmost tip of modern-day Tuscany, Italy. Click here to view our Cararra Stone Mosaics.
Selected for its unique aesthetic and origins from Norway, the Norwegian Rose has a classic soft pink tone with white and grey variations throughout and randomised green veins. Click here to view our Dusty Rose Stone Mosaics.
Limestone that shows blue-grey linear veining on a light silver base. This beautiful limestone originates from China. Click here to view our Dusty Rose Stone Mosaics.
The Indian state of Rajasthan houses more than 2000 stone quarries where the elegant green natural stone is found. Rajasthan's temple-town Rishabhdeo, cradled in the laps of the Aravalli Hills in the Udaipur district, is abundant in green marble. Click here to view our Emerald Green Stone Mosaics.
Nero Marquina marble (Marmol Negro) is a high quality, black stone marble extracted from the region of Markina, Basque Country in the North of Spain. It is one of the most important marbles from Spain. Click here to view our Nero Marquina Stone Mosaics.
Thassos marble receives its name from the small Greek island of Thassos, where it is quarried. Unlike other kinds of stones which are dug out from under the ground, this alluring and purest white natural stone is sourced from open-pit quarries in various locations around the island. Click here to view our Thassos Stone Mosaics.
New York Marble is a natural stone that is quarried in Turkey. New York marble is also known as New York Carrara White, Mugla White New York and White New York Marble. Click here to view our New York Stone Mosaics.
It's a beautiful high end stone. There is really nothing like it being the most amazing soft blue and crystalline in colour. It originates from Argentina in the Sierra Cordoba mountains. This is a rare stone that you do not see everywhere.
Click here to view our Cielo Cristallo Stone Mosaics.