Limestone Slabs & Countertops

In slab form, limestone works well as kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, and other design elements. With its soft beige color, it evokes a sense of cleanliness, comfort, and elegance in living spaces. This collection provides all the elements to create a sophisticated kitchen or bathroom. It offers a wide range of elongated shapes, hexagonal mosaics, and versatile molding profiles.

Limestone is a sedimentary rock. Renowned for its utility in architecture, it has a long history as a natural building material. From the Great Pyramids of Giza to the US Pentagon, limestone has remained an iconic natural stone for thousands of years.

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Champagne Honed Limestone Slab

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Jerusalem Honey Gold Honed Limestone Slab

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Tesoro Terreno Honed Limestone Slab

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St Clair Vein Cut Polished Limestone Slab

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Dove Gray Honed Limestone Slab

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Pietra Serena Honed Limestone Slab

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Taj Mahal Honed Limestone Slab

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Borghamn Light Gray Honed Limestone Slab

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Heartsmere Honed Limestone Slab

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Champagne Honed Limestone Slab

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Euro Beige Honed Limestone Slab

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Britannia Honed Limestone Slab

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Bosphorus Honed Limestone Slab

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Giallo Elena Honed Limestone Slab

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Jerusalem Gold Honed Limestone Slab

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Atlantic Blue Polished Limestone Slab

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Limestone Slab Usage

Limestone’s simple yet elegant appearance will be sure to bring a level of sophistication to any room. It’s perfect for kitchens or bathrooms with a natural, clean design.

Despite its beauty, there are some disadvantages to consider. Limestone is soft and porous, which makes it susceptible to staining and scratching. Therefore, you need to be careful with maintaining your countertop’s pristine quality. If you choose a limestone countertop, you must avoid putting any hot objects, like pots or pans, directly on the surface.

Moreover, limestone is susceptible to acids and staining. Consequently, if you spill anything acidic––like lemon juice, tea, or wine––be sure to wipe it up immediately.

Maintenance

We recommend periodic re-sealing of your limestone countertop to prevent any staining.

To clean, you should use a special cleaner with a neutral pH. Always avoid anything acidic. Additionally, as limestone is prone to scratching and etching, avoid abrasive materials like rough sponges.

A good rule of thumb is to always create a barrier between your countertop and your cooking. Use coasters, cutting boards, and mats to preserve the surface.