Real stone flooring If you're after a rustic look, real stone flooring is a winner. It looks fab in a hallway or country-style kitchen and when laid in a random pattern, using flagstones in a range of sizes for a relaxed look. Read more at http://www.housetohome.co.uk/room-idea/picture/flooring-ideas-10-of-the-best/2#s7ZKkwHtp5CWEYyt.99
Painted kitchen with limestone floor give this room a fresh, modern look. Love the combination of Aga and beams. http://www.thestonegallery.co.uk/natural-stone/range/limestone Why not head on over to join our FREE interior design resource library at http://www.TheHomeDesignSchool.com/signup?
Blenheim Grey Brushed Limestone. An extremely hard European Limestone that combines slight surface texture with a blend of light-mid grey tones. Surface mottling, small shells and veining make for a forgiving floor that is equally at home in modern or traditional interiors.