Amarestone Natural Stone Blog

What people really wanted to know about natural stone

Posted by Steve Turner on Tue, Jul 02, 2019 @ 11:16 AM

Environmental concerns start to take centre stage

Apart from the usual questions about colours, sizes and surface textures, visitors to our stand at the Homebuilding Show raised questions about the ethics and environmental impact of choosing hard surfaces for their homes. With natural stone, we can breathe a sigh of relief.

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Topics: environment, choosing natural stone, ethical sourcing

Natural Stone Inspiration from Chelsea 2015

Posted by Steve Turner on Thu, Jun 04, 2015 @ 11:04 AM

Inspired By Natural Stone - Chelsea

We are currently working on a new video clip for Amarestone that shows a few of the things that inspire us as a company. Our work involves a degree of creative vision and it's an aspect of the business that all of us really enjoy.

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Topics: swimming pool, pathways, French limestone, events, environment, design, anti-slip surface, bespoke limestone, patios, patio, wildlife, external stone, outdoor, tuffa

A limestone quarry in Spain

Posted by Steve Turner on Wed, Apr 22, 2015 @ 09:31 AM

Spanish Limestone Quarry visit

Last month, Denise and Steve spent two days visiting a limestone quarry in Southern Spain to select slabs for an upcoming project. The architect on the project had specified Crema Palancar, a pale coloured limestone, for the roof terrace. 

February and March were exceptionally busy months for us this year. We presented at the Surface Design Show, exhibited at Ecobuild and Homebuilding & Renovating, and several big client projects that had been in the planning stages since before Christmas had just been given the go ahead.

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Topics: choosing marble, spanish marble, buying limestone, spanish limestone, Zamora, environment, water recycling, choosing natural stone, CE Marking, bespoke limestone, crema marfil, quarry, Real, crema marfil tiles, White marble, Palancar, Capri, wildlife, zero waste