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 surprisingly good choice for many home design projects because the stone exudes natural beauty and warmth that is easy to complement. Even though it is a softer stone, a limestone slab is preferable for its versatility and general dependability. Whether inside or outside the home, limestone offers a range of design options – from wall and flooring to add an extra style element to kitchens as a countertop or backsplash option. The natural tones and consistency of color in the limestone slab are why people consider this more than other materials. Exterior uses of limestone include creating outdoor paths and lining outdoor cooking stations.
Materials, Neolith, Neolith SlabsCalacatta Gold, characterized by a greyish mesh with shiny golden veins which is ideal for the most exclusive of spaces. Calacatta Gold also enables the creation of a book match and an end match effect. It is available in 6 and 12 mm; in Silk and Polished finish. Sample Price $3.50 [spb_section spb_section_id="823761" width="1/1" el_position="first last"]$3.50
Materials, Neolith, Neolith SlabsIron Grey stands out because of the dark base in greyish tones combined with a subtle shine giving rise to a metal grey which is elegantly presented. An iron oxide-inspired model that transmits personality and remains intact over time. Sample Price $3.50 [spb_section spb_section_id="823761" width="1/1" el_position="first last"]$3.50