Limestone is a sedimentary rock formed over millions of years from deposits of marine invertebrates. Over time these beds build up, are duplicated, and become further compacted by the weight and/or pressure caused by movement of the earth¹s crust. The dominant colour of limestone is cream but Minerals, often oxides of iron, help to decide the various colours of stone available from white, black, grey, buff and yellow. Additionally, throughout the range there will often be found with numerous fascinating fossilized remains in evidence.
 Limestone tiles have been used as a building material for many generations and are gaining popularity as a sophisticated flooring material offering the timeless qualities only possible with natural materials.


Limestone tiles, as with all natural materials, will vary in shade and surface appearance. With many types of Limestone you may find lines, these are Quartz lines and are not cracks, in fact they are probably the strongest part of the tile.


The actual qualities of the stone vary between the ranges so you must consider the application when selecting a stone to ensure its suitability. Choosing the correct material is always a balance between the look you require and practical use of the stone and we are here to help and will advise you. Some are suitable for interior work only, others are more suited to bathrooms where there is a smaller footfall and yet others can be used in hallways and kitchens – guaranteed to provide a glorious natural floor for your lifetime.


Here are a few samples of limestone flooring. As always, there is a vast range of this wonderful stone available. Each tile may be slightly different but that is the wonder of natural stone.