Limestone is formed by the accumulation of the mineral calcite which comes from various organisms such as clams, corals, and various organisms over thousands of years. It is also formed from the consolidation of various minerals and sand. It is a very heavy material and very dense.
Limestone has been a very popular construction material in the building of ancient structures such as the great pyramids, castles, churches and cathedrals.
Limestone tile is rugged and durable. It brings a very traditional and Tuscany look. It’s very popular for flooring tiles and is one of the densest natural stones available. It can add classical and look to a home or building. It’s similar to travertine tile but denser and more rugged. It could add a softer look to outdoor living and bring out an almost identical atmosphere of some of the oldest structures still standing today.
Limestone tiles are considered for projects that want a very classic or traditional look and offers soft light coloring to design projects.
Types of Limestone Tiles We have a selection of limestone tile such as French Pattern Limestone, Straight Edge Limestone-which is a polished version of the tiles, giving it a very high professional gloss and shine; as well Chiseled Edge Limestone, which offers that classical look and feel.