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Limestone - Slabs and Tiles

Whether you’re looking for a natural stone option for your entry foyer, bathroom vanity, or fireplace mantel, limestone is a stunning choice. Its natural beauty is a welcome addition to any space, and it’s available in both slabs and tiles to meet your needs.

What is Limestone?

Limestone is a sedimentary stone formed at the basin of the sea. It is typically filled with visible fragments of shell and sea life, giving each slab a truly unique appearance. Limestone is primarily composed of calcium carbonate and comes in a variety of colors, making it a popular choice in home and building design. From our popular Belgian Bluestone to Jerusalem Grey and Indiana Limestone, Connecticut Stone takes pride in our limestone offerings and customization options.

Why Limestone For Your Next Project?

If you’re considering limestone for your next project, you’ve come to the right place. It’s an excellent option for interior projects, specifically for fireplace slips and hearths, as well as custom stone mantels. Because the material typically has a soft-looking appearance, it shows off carvings and sculptural details really beautifully, making it a great option for these applications. Limestone is also often used for bathrooms because of its ability to create a quiet, spa-like, serene environment. However, if you choose to install limestone in a bathroom, it’s best to consult a stone professional at Connecticut Stone to ensure it’s suitable for the application before you begin your project. Because it’s more absorbent than other types of natural stone, it’s important to ensure you select the right material for your use case.

When it comes to exterior applications, you have to be a bit more careful with the material you select for your project. Not all limestones are suitable for exterior use, but the ones that are have been tested and proven to withstand the unique New England temperatures and freeze and thaw conditions. If you’re looking for limestone for an exterior project, we recommend our Jerusalem Grey Limestone and Hampton Limestone, both of which come in paving for pool decks and patios.

It’s also worth noting that limestone can be sensitive to acidic products (such as vinegar and lemon juice), so etching can occur in kitchen applications. However, for those who don’t mind putting in a little extra maintenance to remove acid etch marks from limestone countertop surfaces, the beauty of a natural limestone countertop is truly worth the extra care.

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Ready to Begin Your Limestone Slab & Tile Project? Reach Out to Connecticut Stone

With a wide range of styles to choose from, you can find an option that suits your design needs. Whether you're looking for a large slab or individual tiles for your next project, you can find them here at Connecticut Stone. From limestone floor tiles to limestone slabs, we carry it all in varying thicknesses and sizes.

If you're looking for a beautiful natural stone for your next project, keep this option at the top of your list. You can reach out to our knowledgeable Connecticut Stone team at (203) 882-1000 to learn more about our limestone options or to schedule a free design consultation. Or, if you prefer to see your limestone options in person, you can schedule an appointment to visit our showroom.

Recommended Sealers: Aquamix Sealers Choice Gold, Dry Treat Hannafin Ole-Repella, Dry Treat Hannafin Stain Proof Original or Dry Treat Hannafin Metacreme





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