Belgian Blue Stone offers a wide range of colors and finishes. It is sometimes difficult to make a choice among all the possibilities, like removable wallpapers.
Here are some tips to help you choose the finish that suits your interior project.
These tips are given to you in order to facilitate your choice. Elegant, timeless and versatile, Belgian Blue Stone generally lends itself to all uses. So, don’t hesitate to give free rein to your imagination and your desires by choosing a finish other than those offered
We do not change flooring every day, it is important to think about it! Every room is different and has different requirements.
Our advice: Don’t forget to provide your Belgian Blue Stone skirting boards. They ensure a perfect connection between your floor and the bottom of the wall, which it protects from humidity and shocks. Matching your paving, they are the final touch in your choice of finish.
The entrance hall being the place of passage par excellence, these finishes will have a much greater resistance to scratches (high heels, suitcases, door that opens and closes, etc.). But do not panic ! Do not be afraid of these possible scratches, each micro-scratch gives Belgian Blue Stone its patina and charm.
Our advice: Beyond the functional side, your entrance is also the room that gives your visitors the first impression and leaves them the last. You only have a few seconds to reflect the personality of your home to them. If you really want to make a big impression, forget the dark colors and prefer lighter finishes. This will give the appearance of a grand entrance.
Buzzing with activity from morning to night, your kitchen must always be clean and easy to live with and maintain. We recommend a brushed type finish which will be much more suitable for acid attacks (lemon, cola, wine, vinegar, etc.) and for everyday use. Grease residue will be easier to clean.
Our advice: Blending wonderfully with many materials (wood, glass, concrete, etc.), Belgian Blue Stone goes naturally with all kitchen styles: rustic, design, vintage, contemporary, etc.
We recommend a brushed type finish which will be much more suitable for acid attacks and everyday use. Grease residue will be easier to clean. Blue stone being a limestone, of course avoid any descaling or acid product.
Our advice: Do you have a small bathroom? Bet on small formats that will have the effect of enlarging your room.
All of our interior finishes are suitable for these types of rooms. Furnishing your interior is done according to your preferences and your style, from the balance of a Honed finish to the personality of a Design slab that reveals its generous natural stone nature.
Our advice: The format of your paving and the type of installation will be important to highlight the volume of your room. If it is cramped and you opt for rectangular tiles, always place them in the longitudinal direction of the room to accentuate the length.
The finishes, in lighter shades, are inherently less slippery. However, if you prefer a darker finish, all you need to do is provide anti-slip strips elegantly chiseled into the stone.
Our advice: A massive staircase in Belgian Blue Stone will alone become the decorative element of your home. No more needed!
We recommend a brushed type finish (Conception and Patinato) which will be much more suitable for acid attacks (lemon, cola, wine, vinegar, etc.) and for everyday use. Grease residue will be easier to clean. Other finishes (Black or Blue honed, Grinded, Rough sawn, Natura Blue or Clear, etc.) may also be suitable, but we advise you to treat them.
Our advice: To give character to your kitchen, think of a sink cut in the mass and complete the dressing of the place by means of a beautiful credenza in Belgian Blue Stone. Your walls will be perfectly protected!
We recommend a brushed type finish (Design and Patinato). Other finishes (Black or Blue honed, Grinded, Rough sawn, Natura Blue or Clear, etc.) may also be suitable, but we advise you to treat them. Blue stone being a limestone, of course avoid any descaling or acid product.
Our advice: The cladding of the walls of your shower can be made in one piece, without joints; which facilitates cleaning and hygiene while reducing the risk of leaks. A work that will be carried out, to measure, by a stonemason.