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Dijon Brushed Limestone Tiles

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Dijon Brushed Limestone Tiles

Brushed with a sawn edge

A neutral coloured limestone with pretty shell and mineral detail. A hard-wearing limestone with a softly brushed finish adding warmth to any room.

*free lengths

All prices include VAT.

Tile Sizes (mm) Price/m2
600 x 400 x 13£40.00/m2
100 x 600 x 13£42.00/m2
400 x FL x 13*£38.00/m2
Tile Sizes (mm) Price/m2
500 x FL x 15*£36.00/m2
600 x FL x 15*£44.00/m2
Opus Pattern£38.00/m2

Opus Pattern

200 x 200 x 13
400 x 200 x 13
400 x 400 x 13
600 x 400 x 13

Further information

Origin: Egypt

Calibrated: Yes

Suitable for walls: No

Requires sealing: Yes

Matching mosaic: No

Suitable for external use: Yes

Suitable for underfloor heating: Yes

When laying an opus pattern, grout lines will vary to achieve the pattern.

Dijon Brushed Limestone is an extremely popular, hard-wearing natural stone suitable for interior and exterior applications. Lots of beautiful mineral and fossil detail is evident in these tiles so there is no mistaking this for an imitation product. Dijon Limestone is a neutral coloured stone with beige and grey tones to match most interiors. This brushed variety is a good choice for a slightly textured finish and is a very popular choice for kitchens, hallways, utilities and throughout whole ground floor areas. The broad range of sizes available in this product give you the flexibility to achieve your desired look, a 600x400 laid in neat rows for example offers a more contemporary finish, with our free lengths and opus pattern options offering a more traditional look. We also offer this tile in a tumbled finish and a honed finish.

Our selection of limestone tiles offer a large variety of colours, sizes and finishes. Customers often perceive limestone to be a pale, chalky colour but in reality there is something to suit most interiors. Our limestone range is available in a range of formats with large flagstones proving hugely popular for those seeking a traditional flagstone floor which looks centuries old, to large square tiles for those seeking an ultra-modern, contemporary look with minimal grout lines. Limestone is a sedimentary rock which has been formed over many years and it often contains beautifully preserved fossils, mottling and natural variation.