Lapicidaâ€™s distinctive variety of custom designs and commissioned manufacturing services, enables customers to order unique works of art for their floors and walls.
The companyâ€™s range of processes includes everything from mosaic crafts and historic inlay to hi-technology water jet and CNC laser and cutting.
The floor featured here is a bespoke plan by Lapicida, motivated by 2nd Century Roman geometric floors.
Lapicida is famous for their antique floors and their new â€˜Antique Englishâ€™ collection presents the most interesting of the UK’s traditional national stones.
Lapicida also supplies stone internationally.
Beltrami the wholesaler of stone tiles and slabs has launched a number of new natural grey stones this summer.
Hima Basalt is a durable stone suitable for all outdoor areas including patios, terraces and paths.
The consistent grey colour offers a lovely background to the vivacity of plants in the garden.
Available in paving stones for a country cottage look, or larger tiles for a more contemporary garden, this stone has a subtle non-slip surface making it a highly multipurpose option for outdoor projects.
Create lighter, brighter interiors next Spring with polished stone flooring from Devon Stone.
High-sheen surfaces will continue to be a key interior trend for Spring/Summer 2011.
Itâ€™s all about achieving a smooth, slick, shiny finish, whether itâ€™s lacquered kitchen cabinetry or high-gloss furniture pieces.
Fired Earth is broadening its reach and appeal by adding a diffusion line to its collections.
This begins with the launch of Tile Basics this month, which will carry tiles starting from just 36p each.
Tile Basics is designed to complement the existing Fired Earth range and add some new bolder colours, which can be mixed and matched.
Following the recent success of two of its stone collections at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Stone Age has announced the launch of its largest ever collection of exterior stones, now available for viewing at its London, Hemel Hempstead and Bristol showrooms and Online.
The enormous range of stone floor tilesÂ includes limestone, basalt, travertine and sandstone, which are all appropriate for outdoor areas such as gardens, driveways, pathways, swimming pools and roof gardens.
Award-winning garden designers at Chelsea 2007, selected two of the companyâ€™s new stones:
This Distressed Indian Black Limestone flooring is the latest product from Smallbone Stone – and makes a striking alternative to ordinary limestone tiles.
Once quarried, the limestone is distressed to create a patina of age. Smallbone Stone say this makes it look as if it’s been walked on for centuries. The edges of the stone slabs are cut by hand using traditional stonemasonry techniques to reinforce the impression of age.