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Jura limestone on the Kuwait market

The Jura limestone is a type of limestone from Germany that has become a very popular choice of limestone to be used on building and decoration projects in Kuwait. This is a very hard type of limestone that can be used on a diversity of applications, such as landscaping, cladding, interior and exterior flooring and more.

Popular limestones in India

India is one of the most relevant producer of natural stones in the world, having a wide range of materials, such as marble, sandstone or granite, which are extracted on a large number of quarries. But there is today a growing apetite for limestones from Europe.

Limra White limestone from Turkey

The Limra is a white coloured limestone, with very thin grain and quite uniform background. The Limra is mostly characterized by its plain and uniform white colour. It is one of the most uniform white limestones available in the market.

Moca Cream project: Private villa in Moscow

Supply of a high-end private villa on the outskirts of Moscow – Russia. The project involved the supply of about 2.500m2 of Moca Cream limestone from Portugal to be used on the exterior cladding of the villa.

Choosing beige limestones from Portugal

Beige limestones for building and decoration are very popular and with growing demand for projects. Here we introduce to some of these fantastic Portuguese limestones.

Jura Beige Limestone Honed Featured

How to Choose: Jura Beige vs. Moleanos Classic

With an increased reputation, the Jura Beige and the Moleanos Classic are among the most popular limestones in the market. Both present exceptional features, such as a consistent beige colour and a high versatility. But what are the differences between them?

Burdur Red and Aegean Beige Flooring Featured

2017 Natural Stone Trends

Building and decoration trends shift on a regular basis. And with a new year coming up, it’s time to present some of the best predictions regarding natural stone trends in 2017. For instance, in this new year, the tendencies seem to be leaning towards nature.

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