Natural Loose Stone

Elevate your space with our versatile Natural Loose Stone series, seamlessly blending ancient charm with modern elegance indoors and outdoors. Each stone boasts unique textures, offering architects and homeowners a durable and sophisticated canvas for various design applications. From accent walls to outdoor landscaping, this series effortlessly bridges the gap between history and contemporary aesthetics, creating a distinctive ambiance that transforms any space into a harmonious blend of eras.
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Colour: Arizona | Cameo | Ephesus | Kai | Nobel | Paco | Parker | Rae | Vaucluse | Vecchio | Wahroonga | Western Granite
Finish: Natural
Granite | Quartz | Field Stone | Dry Freeform Stone
Application: Floor and Wall

Random: Arizona, Cameo, Ephesus, Kai, Nobel, Paco, Providore (m2)
Random 150-500mm Tumbled Free Form Shape: Rae, Parker (m2)
Up to 40cm Diameter: Vaucluse, Vecchio, Wahroonga, Western Granite (m2)

Corners: Available in random sizing
*Sizing in Lineal Metres (LM)

Capping: Arizona: Granite – Size: 290x600x30-40mm – Finish: Natural top – chipped edges
Providore: Dry Freeform Stone – Size: 290x600x30-40mm – Finish: Natural top, chipped edges
Vaucluse: Quartz – Size: 290x600x30-40mm – Finish: Natural top – chipped edges
Vecchio: Granite – Size: 290x400x30-35mm – Finish: Natural – split top & sides
Wahroonga: Field Stone – Size: 290x400x30-35mm – Finish: Natural – split top & chipped edges

*Sizing in Lineal Metres (LM)


Typically these products are adhered to a concrete or block wall with a suitable tile adhesive. Use of mechanical fixings may also be required. Corner details are slightly different for each stone type. When working out quantities required for a wall, you need to know the face in m2 to be covered and the number of lineal metres of corners required.

For further information, installation tips and pricing call our showroom on 07 3399 6575

We want your tile choices to be 100% right for you, and computers can display colours in unexpected ways. So your best way to confirm your tile choice is to visit us—your tile library—for a firsthand experience. It means you’ll be sure of colour—but also of subtle differences in finishes and texture—and our tile experts can support you with their encyclopaedic knowledge.