Unlike Jerusalem Limestone that has many more natural color choices and textures, French Limestone is more subtle in it's color palette. This is why the importance of French Limestone lies in skilled manufacturing techniques that, can not only quarry the highest quality of French Limestone, but to then age it in a variety of surfaces. These finishes make a difference in bringing out the nuances of French Limestone. My blog today is about these French Limestone finishes - and how each surface can change the ambiance of one's home.
Of course, one must begin with quality French Limestone. Just like in cooking, even the most skilled chef cannot succeed if she is using a rotten tomato! At Pavé Tile, the quality of our French Limestone is unsurpassed. Generations deep, the factory with whom we work in France is meticulous in their quarry techniques and simply rejects the limestone that does not pass the strictest quality tests for home flooring surfaces.
Assured of the French Limestone's quality, the only way now to achieve an exquisite array of French Limestone surfaces is through advanced technology, education and skill. At Pavé Tile, we can offer these exquisite surfaces due to just that - the ability of our French manufacturer's skill and level of education - up-to-date on the latest manufacturing techniques - to provide, ironically, the best in old world French Limestone surfaces.
Upon first glance, Pavé Tile's Collection of Antique French Limestone certainly resembles each other. However, have you seen Valentino's 2011 Haute Couture Spring Collection? A dress is a dress, but the array of dresses he creates using champagne organza silk is breathtaking. Valentino dresses and French Limestone? I do have a point. If one does not have an eye for detail and quality, those Valentino dresses might appear...could I possibly say this? boring??? Never. Not to my eye anyway. And this is the same idea with Pavé Tile's French Limestone Collection. The surfaces are simply extraordinary.
I have finally arrived to the section in my blog where I can show the different and exquisite surface textures of Pavé Tile's Antique French Limestone.