We manufactured and installed these Carrara Misterio quartz worktops for customers in Devon. White quartz with grey vein mimics the beautiful natural Carrara of Italy. Which is why Carrara Misterio quartz worktops have become a really popular choice.
We supply a unique range of slate tiles. And using this type of slate tile really helps to create a contemporary space regardless of the room. Take a stairwell for instance, normally a space that doesn’t get too much consideration.
This project is down near Padstow in Cornwall, and we were asked to supply & install limestone paving. The limestone paving wraps around a swimming pool. And leads off into a curved secluded court yard.
Although we are based in Cornwall, we work all over the south West of the country. This blog post is to showcase a job we carried out on the Isles of Scilly, installing Lapitec Worktops. Lapitec is a sintered stone, it’s made from a selected blend of natural minerals.
We were asked to supply, manufacture & install Limestone window sills & copings on this project at Trevose Head in Cornwall. The architects on this project are called the Bazeley Partnership. Their sketch book image below shows how the house will look once completed.
Are you looking for slate wall cladding tiles to give you that modern look. Slate offers you various options of colour. And the tones of slate often sit well with other materials.
Like many other companies, we closed our doors on Monday 23rd March due to the Coronavirus. But we remain available online and we’re ready to deal with your enquiries. Email us – [email protected]
Our customers in Plymouth choose brown silk granite worktops for their kitchen. Brown silk granite worktops are brown (grey/brown) in colour with a white/cream veining. This granite is quarried in Brazil where a lot of the real nice stones are found.
Our customers in St Austell chose the popular blue limestone paving for us to install around their house. This blue limestone paving came in the opus pattern and it’s been calibrated to 20mm thick. We get started by removing the garden furniture.
We supplied and installed these Brazilian multi colour slate flooring tiles in an old cottage on the outskirts of St Austell. Our first job as always is to survey the substrate, we need to see how much the substrate undulates.