Limestone uses can infuse right into the walls of your home if you place tiles or stones against one or more walls in a room. Some people like to take limestones and stack them up the wall above a fireplace for a dramatic look.
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Limestone is a great choice for many home design projects because the stone exudes such natural beauty and warmth that is very appealing. It may be softer stone than its counterparts, but limestone tile is still often preferred for its versatility and general dependability. This stone material is best used for interior home design, especially to make walls and/or mantles really stand out. Limestone tiles are also great backsplash and counter options. The natural tones and consistency of color in the limestone slab is why this stone is often considered over other materials.
Materials, Neolith, Neolith Slabs, Porcelain SlabsIncluded in the Fusion collection, Basalt Grey is inspired by basalt rock just like the other models in the Basalt range of the same collection. Sample Price $3.50 [spb_section spb_section_id="823761" width="1/1" el_position="first last"]$3.50
Materials, Neolith, Neolith Slabs, Porcelain SlabsAvailable in two different finishes (Silk and Riverwashed), Pietra di Piombo is the ideal material for use on large surfaces. A timeless model that combines perfectly well with other architectural elements for balanced decoration. Sample Price $3.50$3.50
Materials, Neolith, Neolith Slabs, Porcelain SlabsInspired by red oxide, the Iron Corten model is the warmest of the Iron Collection, offering an explosion of color to all kinds of spaces. Iron Corten transmits personality and remains intact over time. A daring proposal due to the strong orange tones inherent to iron oxide in combination with that special metallic touch. Sample Price $3.50 [spb_section spb_section_id="823761" width="1/1" el_position="first last"]$3.50