Case study: Checkered stone floor for luxury wedding venue
A checkered stone floor featuring Belgian blue stone was used to create a space filled with elegance at this luxury country wedding venue.
Sibton Park Country House at the Wilderness Reserve in Suffolk is a Grade II* listed Georgian building designed by the celebrated architect Decimus Burton and built in 1827.
A purpose-built orangery was recently added to the property and our Belgian blue aged limestone checkerboard floor was chosen for its floor. Featuring deep blue and cream limestone tiles characterised with subtle veining and an aged surface, the floor looks perfect in such historic surroundings.
The orangery, which adjoins the manor and leads out to an impressive terrace and expansive lawn, is now used for wedding ceremonies, receptions and events. To find out more about Sibton Park visit the Wilderness Reserve website.
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