COLOR AND PATTERNS
Here are some suggestions on how to create a cosy and relaxing ambiance by choosing wall and floor coverings made of high-quality natural decorative stone. The numerous colour shades and treatments allow you to follow both modern and classic trends.
The majority of wall and floor coverings have a mosaic structure. The stones are installed on a grid and form calibrated plates of different sizes. The size of the plate depends on the pattern. All plates are subject to strict controls and calibration of the same dimensions. There are dozens of different patterns (forms) of wall or floor coverings and we offer each of these patterns in various types (colours) of natural stone. The patterns or forms of the mosaics are various with either a smooth or rough surface.
HERE ARE SOME TYPES (COLOURS) OF NATURAL STONE:
Travertine: characterized by its fine perforation.
Beige Travertine is a popular choice in interior an exterior design, as it allows the creation of both modern and rustic atmospheres. It goes very well with numerous other colour shades in the room. This stone, characterized by it perforation, is suitable for external use.
Yellow Travertine is recognized by its specific non-fading yellow colour, which resulted due to the presence of sulphur in the atmosphere during rock formation. This stone, characterized by it perforation, is suitable for external use.
Noche Travertine (Brown Travertine) is a stone in shades of brown, which create a very pleasant atmosphere in combination with the soft lighting. The characteristic colour highlights the natural elements in the room even more. This stone, which is known for its fine perforation, is suitable for external use.
Rainbow: sandstone is a stone, characterized by the colour variation and the mixing of colours, from white and beige, to yellow-orange up to an almost red colour. The contrast depends on the block of stone, from which it is carved. Structurally, it is one of the most porous stones in our offer, which also makes it the lightest. Due to these features, it is better suited for internal spaces.
Marble: characterized by crystallization.
Alize (White Marble) is recognized by its white structure. The stone contains shades of light grey, occasionally with a slight yellowish tint. Carved stones have a rough surface, which makes the colourless crystals highly visible in the structure of the stone. It is partially suitable for outdoor use.
Nesos Beige (Beige Marble) is a marble in soft beige shades, which are occasionally complimented by light, almost white specks. Like other marbles, it has a very compact structure and a shiny surface. Due to its exceptional resistance to weather conditions it is suitable for both indoor as well as outdoor use.
Maxima (Grey marble) is recognized by its predominantly grey structure, which softly shades into white. Crystals highlight the structure and under appropriate illumination provide a bluish appearance of the wall. It is suitable for outdoor use.
Taurus Black (Black Marble) is one of the firmest marbles. Its treatment is extremely demanding, which is why it is not represented in certain mosaic patterns. The black is elegantly completed by white structural streaks and lines. It is suitable for outdoor use.
Black Marble belongs to firm rocks and is therefore suitable for outdoor use. Small colourless crystals are visible in the black compact structure, which give the stone an elegant look.
Lymra (Limestone) belongs to a group of stones, which are distinguished by their prominent and pure white colour. This characteristic compact white structure can appear creamy under the correct lighting. In the structure, one can exceptionally find a smaller orange oxide. This stone is soft, porous and water absorbing, which makes it more suitable for indoor use.
Iris (Basalt) is a dark grey igneous rock, which was formed in the process of rapid cooling of lava. It is characterized by its extreme hardness, which makes it resistant to weather conditions, and is often used for paving. Due to its hardness, the treatment of the stone is a very demanding process.
Onyx is a rare, special form of quartz, which belongs to semiprecious stones. It is distinguished by a great range of colours that appear in layers or lines. The white, yellow, red-brown and dark brown colours are often transparent and allow the light to pass through, which gives the space a new dimension.
THE PATTERNS (FORMS) DIFFER IN DIMENSIONS AND STRUCTURE. Some are more suitable for bigger spaces (bigger dimensions: Vico, Forli, Mini Riva ...), while others are more fitting for smaller rooms. Here are some examples:
Forli: the pattern is formed by parallel stacked stones with dimensions 9 x 3 cm. It visually expands the space and gives it a rustic look.
Roma: the pattern is made of pieces of stone with dimensions 5 x 2.5 cm, which are stacked in pairs, once vertically and once horizontally. This pattern is especially interesting for people, who do not wish to change the dimensions of the wall.
Verona: the pattern is made of cubes of chiselled stone with dimensions 2.3 x 2.3 cm. It gives the room a neat look and is a popular choice for smaller spaces.
Ferrara: it consists of cubes and cuboids of straight-cut stones with dimensions 2.3 x 2.3 cm, with different depths. For Cubic, it is characteristic that the lightning creates a unique shadow on the wall, giving the impression that the stones closer to the light look smaller than those further away.
Fabro: a mosaic made of straight-cut stones in nine different dimensions. It creates a modern look.
Brunello: the design is similar to Fabro, but the pattern is made of straight-cut stones in only three different dimensions, which are laid in form of a flat plate.
Albi: the pattern is similar to Brunello, but the elements have bigger dimensions.
Garda: the soft treatment of the stone surface evokes a tender and elegant feeling. Each stone is further processed by sandblasting from three sides, in order to avoid sharp edges resulting from the rough machining of the stone.
Lago: the pattern is similar to Garda, but with a flat surface.
Salerno: the most prestigious and technically sophisticated pattern in our collection. It consists of half-rollers, which are stacked vertically and horizontally. It looks like fabric and gives the room an extremely modernistic look.
Capri: this pattern has the appearance of beach pebbles and creates a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. Since all the pebbles have similar thickness, it is suitable for both floors and walls.
Riva, Mini Riva: rough structure of the surface gives it a classically rustic style, which gives the space a hint of soft edginess.
Bari: This pattern is designed primarily for large spaces. Its grandness leaves a strong impression in the room.
Taranto: the straight lines of this pattern give the room a sense of order and elegance.
Palermo: the parallel and misaligned laid stones create a visually bigger space.