Each will have situations in which they are more suitable. Take a look below for more information on each finish.
A smooth, level, low-sheen surface that is largely scratch-resistant. Good for use in high-traffic areas due to its non-slip properties.
A smooth, level, shiny surface creating a high-gloss look. Can be slippery when wet and more prone to scratching. Should be used in low-traffic areas and on walls.
A rustic, uneven surface which is created when a slab of stone is split along natural bedding lines, such as in slate or York stone. Riven tiles can be used inside and outside.
Ideal for use outside due to the rough, non-slip finish that is created when the surface of the stone is burst using an intense flame.
A tumbling machine is used to create a pitted surface and chipped edge that resembles that of an old, aged floor.
Our hand-aged natural stone tiles have all been finished using traditional techniques to create unique and individual pieces. Smooth, undulating surfaces and chipped, worn edges create tiles that replicate those that have been laid for many years.