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Dark Interior Mosaics

Dark colours have taken over interiors so we weren’t actually too surprised to see Dark Mosaics as a definite forerunner in the year’s tile trends. While bright and airy bathrooms will always be in style, darker colours add mystery and drama to any space, including the smallest rooms in the house. Choose a dark mosaic tile with reflective properties to bounce any available light around a room and combine with gleaming white fixtures for the perfect contrast.

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Benefits of Mosaic Tiles for Wet Room Floors

Mosaics are often preferred on wet room floors for 2 main reasons. 1) The mesh backing makes it easier for the mosaic to be maneuvered into place where falls (sloping) are required 2) They often add an extra level of slip resistance because of the grout lines which can act as a gully and help the water disperse.

Porcelain mosaic tiles are a good choice as their durability and anti-slip properties are essential in both residential and commercial properties.





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New Glass and Metal Mosaics for 2018

Bring your bathroom right up to date with Glass and Metal Mosaics


Glass and Metal tiles are non-porous and won’t stain, they are easy to clean and resilient over time. Metal and glass reflects light which makes  a room appear brighter and larger.



Our stunning Las Vegas mosaic is new for 2018 and brings that tough of glitz and glamour to your home.



Our San Francisco Mosaic features brushed steel , light reflecting crystal glass plus textured and rippled glass which is built into the tile and smooth to the touch this gives a modern 3D look whilst having a flat easy surface to clean

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Silver Cloud Brushed Limestone Tiles – Completed Project

July 4, 2017

At Quorn Stone we are always sourcing unique and beautiful limestones, to add to our ever growing range. Our new and exclusive find is the stunning Silver Cloud. This limestone is a contemporary stone with a sophisticated movement from cooler to warmer shades of subtle silver-grey tones. We recently had the opportunity to photograph one of our developer’s luxury, high end properties, where Silver Cloud has been used in the kitchen and dining area. The result is simply spectacular – but I will let the photos do the talking!

Silver Cloud Brushed Limestone Tiles

Silver Cloud is available in 500 x FL (Free Lengths). This tiles fixed width of 500mm is complimented by free lengths ranging from 600 – 1000mm ensuring that there is more stone and less grout. This format should be laid at least 100mm apart in order to create a random brick bond pattern for a great look.

Silver Cloud Brushed Limestone Tiles

Silver Cloud is also available in two different finishes;

Brushed – Results in a slight sheen and a textured surface

Sandblasted and Brushed – Results in a matt finish and a lighter colour to the surface of the tile with an even greater texture to the surface than a brushed finish

Silver Cloud Brushed Limestone Tiles

Silver Cloud Brushed Limestone Tiles

Silver Cloud is priced at £48 m2 inc VAT (Brushed Finish) and £50 m2 inc VAT (Sandblasted & Brushed Finish). Order your free samples today or alternatively give our friendly sales team a call on 01509 416557 to discuss your project requirements further.

– Rachel and the Quorn Stone team

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Belsford Pebbleshore – Wood Effect Porcelain Planks

May 5, 2017

Spring has well and truly sprung this year, right alongside our ever growing porcelain range. This month we are featuring our beautiful Belsford collection on our blog. Our Belsford collection was established in late 2016 and has proved to be an extremely popular stone due to the character and charm it can bring to a home, along with the added benefits that porcelain has to offer.

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Belsford Pebbleshore

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Belsford Rockpool Grey

Our Belsford collection is available in Pebbleshore which is a washed out white, and Rockpool Grey – which as the name suggests is wholly grey toned. The collection is unrectified, this means there is a slight variation around the edge of each tile – this adds character as well as mimicking the look of driftwood. Our Belsford range has most recently been used in a retail environment, and we hope you will agree that the end result is simply stunning.



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Many customers ask us why they should go for wood effect porcelain over wood itself, so we thought we would share this knowledge with you, so you can make an informed decision on what is right for you.

  • 1. Our Italian sourced wood effect porcelain is resistant to scratching, ensuring your floor will look as good as it did the day it was laid. Our
  • 2. Wood effect porcelain is much easier to keep clean than wood and is water resistant, making it ideal to use in bathrooms. Why not try our non-stain grout especially for porcelain to ensure it’s kept looking its best with minimal effort.
  • 3. Wood effect porcelain is suitable to use both on the floors and walls making it much more versatile than wood. It looks fantastic as a feature wall, especially in bathroom areas, and can even be laid outdoors – just ask our team for more details.
  • 4. The resemblance to real wood is second to none, we take the upmost care in selecting ranges that mimic the natural look of wood. On average our pattern repeat is around 6m2, making it uncanny to the real thing!
  • 5. Unlike wood, porcelain is a fantastic conductor of heat ensuring your feet can be kept warm should you wish to install underfloor heating.

As the type of tile suited for you is so dependent upon the light and size of your space, we encourage you to order your 4 free samples today. This way you can play around with different ranges and colours to reach a final decision on which would look best in your home. Should you wish to order a sample of the Belsford collection or any of our other ranges, please don’t hesitate to call our friendly sales team on 01509 416557, or simply fill out our sample request form.

– Isabel and the Quorn Stone team

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Homebuilding and Renovating Show 2017

March 30, 2017

Every year at we exhibit and are part of the Homebuilding and Renovating Show held at the NEC. It is a very busy time for us, but is always greatly rewarding. We love having the opportunity to share our quality natural stone flooring, face to face with a wide audience of homeowners and property developers. After wrapping up the show on Sunday, we thought to write and share some photos from our time exhibiting.

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The Homebuilding and Renovating Show is the biggest homebuilding event across the UK, with this years statistics showing us that 37,111 attended across the 4 days – Saturday being the highest attendance of 11,708 visitors. There was a great atmosphere to the show, with the feel of a quality audience, and a real sense of expertise and creativity across exhibitor stands.

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Our display was a great success, with over 2,000 samples given to our customers, expert advice, show offers, and excellent service. It was particularly exciting for us to be sharing our new and extending porcelain range, which grew to be extremely popular with many homebuilders and renovators that visited the stand. We currently have a selection of limestone effect tiles and the highly sought-after wood effect planks sourced from Italy. This selection is set to grow throughout the year, available in a variety of colours and sizes. Planning a renovation or new build in the coming months, with porcelain tiles in mind? Be sure to regularly check in on our website or alternatively contact our friendly sales team to discuss your project further.

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With 22 years of experience in importing and retailing natural stone flooring, and over 6 years of exhibiting at the Homebuilding and Renovating Show, we are proud of what we continue to build at Quorn Stone, offering premium quality at great prices of limestone, marble and porcelain tiles.

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If you had the chance to visit us at the show, we hope you came away feeling inspired for your project. However, if you weren’t able to join us at the NEC, we would highly recommend a visit to our beautiful showroom in Quorn, Leicestershire where you can view an extensive range of all our products and receive friendly, expert advice.

We hope to hear from you soon.

– Rachel and the Quorn Stone team

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March tile of the month: Milano Grey Tumbled Limestone

March 9, 2017

Here at MyStoneFloor we care about our customers and enjoy seeing completed projects with our natural stone flooring. After visiting and photographing a recent project, we thought to share with you a few photographs of their lovely open kitchen and dining space. This property has our Milano Grey Tumbled tiles in 600 x 400 x 12mm and we love it so much that we have chosen Milano Grey as ‘Tile of the month’ for March.

Milano Grey Tumbled Limestone Floor Tiles

Milano Grey Tumbled Limestone Tiles (4)

This limestone provides a real depth with its lovely variations of grey tones and subtle markings. There is a gently aged finish to Milano Grey which is perfect for both traditional and contemporary properties. The tumbled finish can have tight grout joints which ensures easy maintenance, as well as a great look. Overall, Milano Grey is an elegant choice for any home.

Milano Grey Tumbled Limestone Floor Tiles

As an exclusive promotion for March, this limestone is now only £37.90m2 reduced from £40.00m2. The March promotion is only on the 103m2 of remaining stock we have, so act fast to avoid any disappoinment.

Planning some renovation on your home? Time for a new kitchen or dining area? Why not call us on 01509 416557 or visit to get your quote today.

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Crema Castello Brushed Limestone Tiles: A Completed Project

February 24, 2017

With spring just around the corner, we are busy here at MyStoneFloor, as homeowners and property developers begin preparing their spring projects and renovations. We visited this beautiful new build with our Crema Castello Brushed Limestone Tiles and were inspired by the open-plan, light and airy, kitchen dining space.

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This stone has lovely beige markings with pale wash tones that brighten any room. Crema Castello is available brushed, polished and tumbled in a variety of tile sizes. The tiles photographed here are 500 x FL x 15.

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Considering a renovation for your home? We have a wide range of limestone, marble and porcelain tiles suited for you.

…Don’t miss our celebratory 21st birthday promotional price on Crema Castello and many other tiles!

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An Internship at Quorn Stone

February 10, 2017

My name is Rachel, a recent graduate with a BA in Photography and Video and an intern at Quorn Stone. I began this 6 week internship in January and I am now at the end of my 5th week. This internship has been a great opportunity for me and the perfect next step after finishing my degree.

From my first day, despite feeling a little nervous(!), I have been welcomed into the business and have seen first-hand the quality of service and care that Quorn Stone encompass. My main role here has been photographing the completed projects and houses with our natural stone flooring. This is followed by the post-production of images, which we have then been sharing on the social media platform, Houzz. After capturing a number of our limestone tiles in situ, I wanted to share 3 of my favourites with you…

1. Farrow Grey Tumbled Limestone

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Farrow Grey Tumbled Limestone – one of the first places I photographed! This open kitchen and living area had only recently been completed with a new kitchen and flooring. The tiles grey tones contrast perfectly with the clean white cabinets, warm woodwork and cream walls within the space.

2. Dijon Brushed Limestone

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Dijon Brushed Limestone – a classic, country kitchen and dining area. The popular Dijon Limestone looks beautiful in this country home. I love the floor-to-ceiling windows and doors, flooding plenty of natural light into the room. With a large antique dining table at the centre and natural stone tiles running through, the customer expressed this space has become the heart of their house.

3. Florence Sandblasted and Brushed Limestone

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Florence Sandblasted and Brushed Limestone – a contemporary open-plan kitchen and living area. My 3rd and final favourite. I thought this space was gorgeous and really liked the combination of a modern kitchen and contemporary furniture, alongside a rustic exposed brick wall and brushed stone tiles. Each element of this room felt in harmony with one another and the Florence limestone tiles looked beautiful!

It has been a fantastic experience and chance to work as an interior photographer for Quorn Stone and has been a privilege to be part of the team behind Now, with many photographs taken, we have begun the process of designing and creating a brochure. As my internship comes to a close, I have built a great relationship with the company, with ongoing plans to complete a brochure of all the natural stone tiles available at Quorn Stone – watch this space!


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Why Mosaic

Good quality flooring has something to do with the tile that you used during the construction. This is why you need to decide wisely with the type of tile to use in your floor. You can choose to a variety of tile that is available in the market.Glass mosaic

When it comes to flooring projects, tiles is an ideal choice since it is versatile and sturdy. Most commonly, this is used in particular area of the house wherein there is more traffic. This product needs to look always in order to achieve its most appealing appearance that will have a huge impact to the overall look of the house.

There are a wide range of mosaic tiles that vary in colours, shapes, layouts and even in textures. You won’t find it difficult to select your preference because there are lots of options provided for you. Sometimes, mosaic tiles are considered as a work of art because of its colorful property that will attract anyone who happens to take a look at it.  Since it is durable, usually they are used for bathroom floors. There are improvises mosaic tiles that will surely fit your taste because of its vibrant color.

Mosaic tiles can be different according to the layout and many more factors. There are ceramic, vitreous-glass and stained-glass. Whatever you prefer among the kinds, you are likely to arrive at the best choice because mosaic tiles itself is enough to make your house as attractive as possible. The differences among the kinds of mosaic tiles are the thing that make them unique in themselves.

The ceramic mosaic tile is the type that is commonly used for architectural endeavors. Most commonly, the ceramic tiles that you often see in hardware stores are too little for cutting into pieces that is why it needs to be more detailed once used for construction. On the other hand, vitreous-glass tiles is the kind that is mostly preferred by consumer because it cuts easily while giving a clean and detailed look. Remember, you need to be careful in cutting the tiles because it can be difficult for you to arrange the pieces once it is not cut properly.

Unlike to other types of tiles, mosaic tiles need to be cut for the layout. It will depend on the buyer on how he wants it to be cut into smaller pieces in order to attain a layout. Aside from the flooring, you can also use mosaic tiles to decorate other parts of the house such as the wall. It will create the best look in the house while creating a piece of art. Mosaic tiles can be used for several purpose not just for flooring alone. Its multipurpose characteristic makes it unique from any other type of tiles out there.

Most industries would use mosaic tiles in constructing commercial buildings since it is durable and long lasting. Its lifespan can range up to how many years depending on the location it is used in the building. Nonetheless, if installed properly, it will serve you for a long time for sure.