Natural Stone Tiles

Natural Stone Tiles

Natural stone tiles are an enduring and diverse choice when it comes to floor tiles. Natural stone tiles are dense and hardwearing materials, offering an authentic array of shades and patterns. Natural stone tiles offer both charm and practicality, exuding a timeless feel, being perfectly suited for ...
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Natural Stone Flooring

As direct importers of natural stone floor tiles since 1995, we have an extensive collection of quality natural stone tiles available in a variety of finishes, sizes, and shades. The natural stone floor tile collection consists of different finishes such as tumbled stone, textured, straight cut, smooth and matte tiles, as well as unique finishes to Quorn Stone. With natural stone materials of limestone, marble and sandstone and a range of colours from grey, beige and white - there is a natural stone floor tile for every project! Customer favourites include the beautiful Versailles Softly Aged limestone, or the versatile and warm Tuscany Seasoned limestone. A natural stone is any stone that has been quarried from the earth - each one formed over millions of years, there is something entirely unique and enduring in natural stone tiles.

Natural Stone Tiles FAQs

Are natural stone tiles easy to look after and clean?

Natural stone tiles are naturally very dense and hardwearing, making them a practical option for homes that see plenty of footfall. There are a few key steps needed to look after your natural stone floor and keep it looking its best for years to come - read our guide on how to clean and look after natural stone.

In short, natural stone tiles need sealing upon installation which acts as a protective barrier against stains, and requires resealing approximately every 4-5 years. Vacuuming with a brush attachment is recommended and spot cleaning any spillages promptly. Any harsh, acidic cleaners need to be avoided with natural stone tiles – look for pH neutral cleaners and cleaners that say, ‘suitable for natural stone’. If you do have any stubborn stains on the tiles, there are products available to help remove these.

Are natural stone tiles suitable with under floor heating?

Yes! Underfloor heating is perfectly suited with our natural stone tiles following the correct installation. We strongly advise the use of anti-fracture matting, which is industry standard. This is a thin membrane that should be installed between the screed and your tiles. This membrane protects the tiles from lateral sheer movements, allowing the screed to fracture without damaging the tiles.

Do I need to seal natural stone tiles?

Sealant is required for natural stone tiles and will help protect the natural stone against water and oil contamination. Subject to the correct maintenance, we recommend resealing internal dry areas, every 3-5 years.

It is important to use cleaning products designed for natural stone flooring (always check the manufacturers guidelines and test in a discreet area).

What finishes do natural stone tiles come in?

Our natural stone tiles come in a variety of finishes to suit every home from traditional to contemporary.

TUMBLED – A gentle ageing process, softening edges and stone markings. Stones with a tumbled finish yield a more subtle, pastel-like appearance.

SEASONED – Seasoned finish adds a slight warmth and texture to the surface.

BRUSHED – A process that removes softer parts of the stone, revealing a slightly textured surface, whilst still retaining some smoothness and straight-cut edges.

HONED – Smooth appearance with straight-cut edges.

SOFTLY WORN – Textured finish lightening the tiles natural shade, with soft but clean edges.

SOFTLY AGED – Textured finish lightening the tiles natural shade, with softened edges.

ANTIQUED – Textured finish with a slight sheen and a hand dressed edges to varying degrees.

TIME WORN – Smoothly textured finish complimented by aged edging.

POLISHED – A high gloss finish, creating a smooth and reflective appearance, with straight-cut edges.

What does FL mean?

FL stands for Free Length. The free length format is only available in our natural stone tiles.

Free lengths have a fixed width and varying lengths ranging anywhere from 450mm up to a maximum of 1000mm, laid as a random brick bond. You can expect a minimum of 3 different lengths in an order.

Read our FAQ's for more information on tile sizes and formats.

Which natural stone floor tile size should I choose?

The sized tile you go for is personal preference – there is no right or wrong! However, over the years we have developed a keen eye on what sizes and formats work best for all shapes and styles of kitchens. The most popular formats for open plan kitchens with our natural stone tiles tends to be the 500xFL (Free Length) or 600xFL (Free Length). The Opus Patterns are great for more traditional properties and 600x400 for smaller spaces. 900x600 and 600x600 suit more modern or contemporary spaces.