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  • Siddharth Soni 8:17 pm on June 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Intriguing Intersection 

    When colors and repetition and irregularity intersect

    And since I find irregular natural stone magical, I think this is a great idea. Have a block of irregular looking granite paving stones with different colors and then repeat that block over and over. Fair amount of intrigue and fair bit of ease in laying. Very very doable.

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  • Siddharth Soni 11:59 am on May 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Flamed Finish, Supplies   

    Flamed Cera Grey Granite 

    Flamed Cera Grey Granite, 30mm thick slabs, requirement fulfilled by K K Stones, Ahmedabad.

    For your requirements…

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    Mobile: +91 98250 15546

     
  • Siddharth Soni 1:10 pm on May 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Fluid landscaping 

    Of course, for a mighty majority it’s a mighty luxury to have such space in this part of the world. There’s no space means there’s no land means there’s no landscaping.

    And yet there are the lucky ones who do have such a space. What do they do? They slab it. They slab it with rectangles. Nowadays, with huge rectangles. And somehow the machiners are improving their ability to slice the rocks into huge rectangles.

    I haven’t had the chance to be in very many huge bungalows and huge spaces, but I’ve seen some. And the use of natural stone slabs is not one bit pleasing I must say.

    In the above picture, interestingly, they are slabs but not rectangles. Endearing work! Would love to spend a lot of time doing nothing much on those two chairs. Find a wealthy uncle, a lucky cousin.

    For such landscaping in Ahmedabad, you know we can help…

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    Mobile: +91 98250 15546

     
  • Siddharth Soni 1:27 pm on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Shapes of Tile or Slab 

    That’s Black Granite in irregular shapes

    When choosing granite or other stone for flooring or paving, what really matters? It seems to me currently 2 major points play a role while making a choice:

    1. The color of stone
    2. The natural pattern of stone surface

    Surprising when I pay just a little more attention.

    Why isn’t ‘shape’ of tile or stone not considered at all! Typically it’s rectangle! Or sometimes, square. Why?

    The variations of natural stone coupled with and cut in different shapes can produce a magic-like floor. No, I’m not talking about just outdoors or for landscaping. I’m talking about indoors too. Here, have a look at this indoor floor:

    Plenty of variations and colors in Indian granite and other natural stone to create a floor like that. If you want to execute something like that in Ahmedabad…

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  • Siddharth Soni 12:54 pm on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Ceramic, Glazed & Vitrified Tiles 

    Over the years we’ve heard and bought these tiles on different occasions and often contrasted them with natural stone tiles. What’s the difference? Here’s a nice little write-up explaining what’s what. Am posting a screenshot below:

    What’s the difference?

    Nothing ages as beautifully as natural stone. Sure, natural stone takes a little while to lay. And patience is in very short supply!

     
  • Siddharth Soni 12:28 pm on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    “Why slab it when you can stile it!”

    Increasingly now, and over a long time, I observe that natural stone tiling trumps natural stone slabbing.

    Of course, it doesn’t mean that all floor needs to be tiled instead of slabbed. We find plenty of floors that are a combination of tiles and slabs and they look good.

    But over last many years, so many folks have slabbed their floors edge to edge. As years pass by that doesn’t look as lovely, especially in smaller spaces, though always lovelier and more pleasing than the ‘vitrified’ tiles.

     
  • Siddharth Soni 11:41 am on May 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Never Boring, , Rectangles N Squares   

    Multi-color Flooring 

    Multi-stone multi-color outdoor flooring. Would you ever get bored with this? This is for eternity. And it shall grow on the residents as it ages.

    If you desire to execute such a floor in Ahmedabad or (elsewhere too if you are willing to make equal effort as we do), then we can definitely help.

    Get in touch with Mr. G S Soni
    Mobile: +91 98250 15546

     
  • Siddharth Soni 9:12 am on May 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Asymmetric Paving Stone 

    I love this arrangement. Aysmmetric and never boring! While typically such stone and pattern may be thought appropriate for outdoor laying, imagine such a pattern for indoor flooring. Endlessly interesting! Of course, for indoors, the type of stone and surface finish and method of laying may change.

     
  • Siddharth Soni 12:28 am on May 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Cobble Stone Paving 

    Clicked when the work was in progress. Patterned using 2 colors of cobblestone.

     
  • Siddharth Soni 3:25 pm on May 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Black & Red Granite Floor 

    This flooring was done way way back in 1996! 23 years! Imagine! It looks as good and as shining as it looked in the beginning.

    Apart from the shine and sheen though, what’s amazing is that it looks more beautiful as it ages. Folks these days, builders and house owners alike, out of convenience so often lay vitrified tiles; yes, my office floor has vitrified tiles and it is no match to this granite floor.

    Granite has natural and endlessly fascinating variations, whereas vitrified tiles are printed with the same print lifted normally copied and pasted from some piece of natural stone.

     
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