This pattern is a classic, traditional pattern which is made up of four sizes. The pattern tessellates infinitely for a perfect but random pattern:
A: 400x400mm, B: 600x400mm, C: 400x200mm, D: 200x200mm
OPUS PATTERN 2
This pattern is a classic, traditional pattern which is made up of four sizes, slightly different by a few mm to the above. The pattern tessellates infinitely for a perfect but random pattern:
A: 400x400mm, B: 602x400mm, C: 400x198mm, D: 198x198mm
Each slab has been machine cut creating a near perfect depth throughout the stone.
Available to purchase in this one single size. The dimensions are written in millimetres.
GILA PATTERN or COURSED PATTERN
This pattern is designed to be laid in coursed rows. It is available in a mixture of the sizes shown, not individually.
A finish achieved by placing stone tiles in a tumbling drum, sometimes with the addition of acids, to soften the edges and give the surface a worn, rustic look.
An ageing process which uses large metal brushes to generate a smoother, more worn appearance like the material has been around for decades.
A completely smooth and matt machined surface. Usually a honed finish indicates perfectly straight, machines edges too.
This is when the pits found in travertine (as mentioned above) are filled in the factory with a grout like resin. A tile is always honed as well as being filled, giving a smooth and flat surface.
As the name suggests, the pits and holes are left unfilled, leaving a more natural looking, textured finish.
Similar to a honed finish. Helps to seal the pores and keeps the colour true.