We supply a great range of Rustic Slate Paving. And in lots of different sizes. Our customer wanted their rustic slate paving in a mixture of sizes.
Today i’m showing off the basalt steps we recently supplied to a customer in Truro. Our customers chose to have basalt steps & a riser set. We also pre-drilled holes so circular lights could be installed.
We recently installed these Emerald Pearl granite worktops for customers in Truro. Emerald Pearl is a stunning granite which is quarried in Norway.. This granite has dark green & grey tones with a black back ground..
We supply a lovely selection of sandstone block paving at Everything Stone. And just like any block paving, sets or cobbles. Sandstone block paving can work really well in those small areas of the garden.
We recently installed these Ambrosia White granite worktops for customers in Trethurgy, near St Austell. Ambrosia White granite worktops look stunning with grey & white kitchen units. And the red tiles give the kitchen that splash of colour which really sets it off.
I wanted to show you this perfect example of granite wall cladding, being used to create a feature out of an otherwise boring row of terrace housing. Our granite wall cladding system is really simple & quick to install.
Our customers from St Austell chose Buckingham White Granite worktops. Also known as Colonial White and New Imperial White. A blend of pale grey with cloudy silver, accented by black speckles, and dark rose mineral deposits.
These quartzite wall cladding tiles were used in various areas on this project. We start with the feature wall in the stairwell. The quartzite wall cladding tiles flow up through the stairwell and on to the landing.
Recently we installed these beautiful Labrador Antique granite worktops for a customer in Polgooth. Labrador Antique granite worktops are quarried in Norway. And in amongst the brown/burgundy hues, there are fantastic turquoise & blue crystals.
I’m showcasing two bathrooms today which have used Neolith wall cladding and flooring. Neolith is a sintered stone, which uses 100% natural stone ingredients. Check out the Neolith website below.