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:
The color of stone
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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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!
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.