Cantilevered stairs for a Chelsea gem
The total area requiring new stone flooring was approximately 130m² encompassing the hallway, living area, staircases, two bathrooms, basement flooring and the outside space.
The Stone Selection
Sourcing a stone to match the kitchen travertine was discussed but after analysing the light distribution, Stone Age advised using the German limestone Jura Beige which has striking fossil markings and would complement rather than imitate the existing floor. It was successfully used throughout the hallway, living area and for the staircase.
Stone Age embrace a challenge and delivered a flawless finish on the cantilevered staircase.
The garden terrace also formed part of the brief. To complement the internal floor, Stone Age recommended an external porcelain called Morpath. Its beige tones worked well with the Jura Beige and its robustness, mould and moss resistance, easy maintenance and anti-slip properties made it a very practical, yet beautiful choice for the outside space.