Limestone is an organic sedimentary rock that is formed from the accumulation of fossilised materials such as shells, coral, algae and sands. Limestones are generally formed in areas that were formally lakes or oceans.
Last updated: May 30, 2019

Travertine In 3 Points

  1. Limestone is a form of sedimentary rock that is made up of organic sedimentary fragments of grain that have been compacted over time, generally in areas that were once lakes or oceans.
  2. We aim to source the best Limestones from around the world, in turn bringing interesting, variable colours and textures to the range.
  3. Our Limestone range is the biggest product array amongst our flooring and walling offerings, meaning that there is a suitable product for any application and style of architecture, as well as for use internally or externally.

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