Stone types

There are a huge variety of different colours and patterns of each type of stone, each unique and beautiful. As all of our projects are bespoke you are free to chose the perfect piece for your design. Click on the links to some our stone suppliers below to browse what they currently have in stock and to get some inspiration. 

Stone World London

Cullifords

McMarmilloyd

If you can’t find exactly what you want please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Marble

Marbles are metamorphised limestone (changed through heat and pressure) and are some of the most beautiful natural materials known to man. From Carrara to Calacatta, marbles come in a myriad of colours and can be honed or polished. They can be used in bathrooms and kitchens, or be made into bespoke furniture.

Limestone

Limestones were laid down millions of years ago and were often formed by the activities of living organisms. They include stunning stones like travertines and moleanos. Perfect for fireplaces and flooring.

Granite

Granite is an igneous rock, formed from magma, making it extremely hard and ideal for kitchens and hearths. Granites, although always with a grain pattern, come in a wide variety of colours including a much lighter palette than people expect. Granites can come in a polished, honed and textured finish.

Terrazzo

Terrazzo is a composite material used for floor and wall treatments. It consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, bound together with resin, then polished smooth.

Quartz

Quartz is engineered stone made of 90% natural quartz and is stain and scratch resistant and now comes in a wide range of designs making it perfect for kitchen worktops. We can supply quartz from all the major companies including Silestone, Cimstone, Caesarstone, CRLaurence and Compac.

Quartzite

Like marble, Quartzite is metamorphized, but from quartz sandstone rather than limestone, creating both a beautiful and hard stone, excellent for kitchen worktops and vanity tops.

Care and maintenance

Look after your stone and it will last many lifetimes, if not forever. Download our handy Care and Maintenance PDF below, and we’re always here if you require some advice, so feel free to call or email anytime.

Get in touch to discuss your project

We welcome the opportunity to see how we can help. Look forward to hearing from you.