Limestone is a natural material which has been used for making tiles for many years.
It is a highly porous, dense rock formed over thousands of years by the accumulation and recrystallisation of seashells and other calcium-rich substances. Therefore, fossils can often be found in limestone, meaning that each tile is unique and could contain a personal history within it.
Limestone tiles are quite impervious, hard, compact and fine grained, with a very good polishing effect.
It can be honed, tumbled (rustic), brushed (textured) or polished and limestone tiles comes in a variety of neutral colours, including white, cream, grey, beige, black and gold.
Limestone tiles age beautifully and can last for generations if cleaned and treated properly.