Limestone has been quarried for centuries and is popular in architecture in many landmarks internationally, commonly used for flooring, backsplashes, bathrooms, and fireplaces. Cloudy is a beige color limestone, color variation is low and it has a very subtle, soft, cloudy movement. There may be some small fossils on some pieces which makes an interesting addition.
Marbella is a light beige limestone with lots of shell patterns and fun fossils. The occasional presence of fossilized patterning ties this series of natural stone to a history that predates civilization itself. It is available in tiles, slabs and pavers so it a good choice for flooring, backsplashes, bathrooms, fireplaces, gardens and patios.
Also, known as Sea Grass, Verde Mare is a unique and very strong limestone that has been a popular choice for interior and exterior design projects for many years. It has a grayish pale green color with many fossils. The soft tonality of this stone lends a unique look that can be applied to anywhere in the home, such as bathrooms, kitchens, floors, walls, and much more. Its variety in appearance makes it versatile enough to be used outdoors as well, with plenty of options for patios and gardens to create patterns that suit your personal style. Lately, it has been especially popular in flamed finish.
Sesame limestone comes from the same quarry as Cloudy limestone and it has the same beige base color. It is a consistent medium variation product and the name Sesame comes from small fossils throughout the surface that resemble sesame seeds. Sesame is great for large projects as the color tone and overall look remain consistent and it can be used for both interior and exterior design on the floors and walls as well as bathroom tops.