June 4, 2015

At MyStoneFloor.com we deal with luxury property developers on a regular basis. Our developers prefer to buy from direct importers like ourselves as they know that quality has not been compromised to accommodate the middle-mans-margin! We also keep big stocks in our local warehouse so we can show potential customers our current stone tile stocks; we know this gives our customers great confidence and most are happy to buy from the big display boards we showcase in our Quorn showroom (10 mins drive from Leicester).


One of our most recent projects has been a 4 plot development on one of Loughboroughs most sought after locations, Beacon Road. Buying off plan, as was the case with the Beacon Road development, can be a difficult process; there are lots of decisions to make in a small amount of time. Luckily, we are here to help! We can provide samples to take away along with recommendations in terms of sizing, finishes and of course colour and stone type! Finding the right stone for the right application is a job we love and with varying tastes, this keeps our job really interesting and our customers often surprise us with new stone combinations which even we hadn’t thought of!


Check out the most recent images from the Beacon Road development. If you’d like any further information on any of the products you see, just give us a call on 01509 416557.


Here the stunning Croatian Limestone tiles ‘Concordia’ have been selected in a polished finish 600×400. They are only 10mm in thickness allowing them to be used for floor and walls. As a feature wall the Blue Fume Tumbled Marble has been used with its subtle, sweeping white veining complimenting the Concordia White perfectly.



The Vennatino Beige is a polished marble tile again suitable for both walls & floors and stocked in a 600×400 size. This creamy beige marble tile has a glassy polished finished and oozes elegance and class.



The Adriatic Blend is a limestone tile with great character and stocked in a  400 x Free Length format. Again, with a thickness of 10mm this tile is super versatile and is suitable for both the floor and walls. The Adriatic Blend is labelled a blend due to the two colours present arising from two layers in the quarry converging. Cream and Blue are the base colours for this limestone tile, highlighted by classical veining giving a feel of real opulence.



The following bathroom has a totally different look. The Pinatubo Grey brushed limestone has been used on the floor with both Dijon brushed limestone tile and strip along the walls and inside the shower enclosure. The darker grey from the Pinatubo picks out the fossilisation with in the Dijon allowing these two products to compliment each other wonderfully. For a change of texture, a feature wall has been added in our Noce splitface mosaic; a product that works really well with the Dijon and looks particularly nice in conjuction with down lighting.

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