No matter what kind of architectural feature you may have created with natural stone pavers, such as a walkway, a full-fledged patio or even a small sitting area, durability is always a top requirement. This is why paver edging is crucial. This process, utilizing paver restraints, secures the pavers and prevents them from shifting out of position, while protecting the sand base from eroding. The result is that your landscape feature lasts for years just the way it was created.
At Gothicstone we have a wide range of high-end patio pavers and tiles that is sure to impress you! We bring to you different varieties of natural stone, along with a range of sizes and several different colors, so that you can consider many alternative styles and looks before making a choice. What you will have finally is a neatly laid out, inviting natural stone patio that will not only create a luxurious, high end atmosphere but will be quick and convenient to install as well as dismantle, in case you move to a new home.
It is fascinating how top quality installation can make your choice of a beautiful patio paver look even more impressive. However, the miracle of installation is that if it’s not expertly done, no matter how beautiful your choice of paver, it will not impress.
A lovely, inviting natural stone patio is often the crown jewel of a living space. It is an opportunity for you to showcase your creativity, as you define the space that will always bring you a smile of delight. At Gothicstone we offer you all the choices you need to let your imagination run wild, with a wide range of alternatives in natural stone patio tiling.
Ever since the time of the ancient Greeks, marble flooring has had an untarnished association with luxury, being an awe-inspiring symbol of sophistication and affluence. It is the common factor between the most beautiful palaces of old and the most luxurious homes of today. Yet, at Gothicstone we strive to bring that quality which has captured the imagination of the finest architects to a wider audience by making the best marble more cost effective than ever.
With their soft, earthy hues, both limestone and travertine give a warm, welcoming feel to a home, and suggest harmony and attachment with nature. At the same time, their smooth texture and consistency of shade also convey a sense of style and sophistication. This is likely the reason why these two stones have been so popular for so long.
If you want a rustic and elegant hue and feel from your patio flooring, so that instead of distracting from the greenery and architecture around it, it blends in… then limestone is a great choice! In fact, for elegant homes that have some history about them and appear proud in their timelessness, limestone flooring for the patio might just be the best bet.
Limestone flooring has to be deemed a classic, as it has been a favorite around many parts of the world for centuries. It was just as well admired by our distant ancestors as it is by our generation today. In fact, the timeless charm of limestone flooring lends itself perfectly for the tranquil room in your home where you want to create a rustic, old world feel. Its range of dull yet elegant hues that rest easily on the eye, and its softness under the foot also offer a perfect alternative for those who get put off by the brightness of marble.
Limestone floor tiles and other natural stone building accents are available to homeowners, designers and contractors through an importer’s online store. For those who have heard about the attributes of natural stone or have noticed a friend’s beautifully tiled pool area, seeing truly is believing. An online showroom can open up a new world of remodeling ideas with beautiful and rugged materials that can last for decades.
Favored by the ancients, limestone tiles are still beautifying homes and landscapes today. Modern quarrying and finishing techniques render these natural stone pavers suitable for heavy traffic yet comfortable on bare feet. Limestone, marble, travertine and lava stone pavers are being used to floor swimming pool decks to spectacular effect. Designers enjoy a contrast between static stone and moving water, and rough versus smooth textures, that they could achieve in no other way.