Case study: Faringdon flagstones used for kitchen, living and dining areas
Faringdon flagstones were used throughout the downstairs of this impressive oak-framed house including in the traditional kitchen, warm living room and welcoming dining and hallway area.
Our clients were looking for a natural stone similar to Cotswold stone but one that is more durable and easier to maintain. Faringdon flagstones are harder and more dense than Cotswold limestone, meaning they are less likely to scratch and are more suitable for use in high-traffic areas. This natural stone tile can also be used outside to create an impressive interior / exterior look.
Faringdon features in our flagstone flooring collection which also includes a range of grey, black and paler beige limestone tiles. All of the materials in the collection are durable and suitable for using inside and outside as well as with underfloor heating.