The art of combining old and new is something that is continually observed in interior design. And, now, it is also gaining popularity in landscaping and garden design.
If done well, integrating old and new materials can result in a truly unique design. Whether you add traditional, antique pieces to a modern property or you bring contemporary choices into a period space, blending old and new is a winning combination in our books.
Here are some tips on blending old and new with natural stone.
Statement-Making Stone Slabs
Natural stone slabs can be a great statement piece in a property of any age.
You might choose to turn a stone slab into an outdoor table, or a kitchen island… or simply leave it as a decorative piece secured in a stand. We have a variety of natural stone slabs on offer that are just waiting to be transformed into something beautiful.
Polished Calacatta white marble with its black veining oozes modernism that will contrast with any period property. Or, the neutral tones of Travertine can add an antique feel to your contemporary property.
Browse our range of natural stone slabs and let your imagination run wild with ways to purpose these pieces.
Say Hello To Herringbone
The Herringbone pattern dates back to the Roman Empire, where it was used in buildings and roads. This style of tile laying is often found in period properties in the UK. You can choose to modernise this pattern with glitzy marble, or you could keep it original with the natural beauty of limestone.
Embrace Ambiguity with Wood-Effect Tiles
Wood-effect tiles are a great way to bring the natural beauty of wood grain into your home, without the fuss. Our wood-effect tiles are available in a range of shades, from beige to grey, so you can bring the age-old appearance of wood into your home, with all the benefits of modern tile laying.
Want To Know More About Our Natural Stones?
We can source and supply so many types of stone, that you can be free to let your creativity roam unchecked.
If you want more tips on balancing old and new in your property, with natural stone, just get in touch with our team who will be happy to offer advice and guidance.