A natural blend of cream, yellow and grey tones distinguishes the Jericho limestone tile within our Travertine and Limestone natural stone flooring range. With its natural color variations, Jericho large format tiles make for a stunning edition to any interior or exterior design project while the small format tiles are perfect for bathrooms and complimentary wall treatments.
Whether you’re looking to replace your old brick pavers with natural stone tile or you’re just looking for new patio pavers, you’ll find great outdoor design ideas at Eco Outdoor. We’ve created a select range of pavers especially for you. Whether you’re looking for new driveway pavers, bathroom tile ideas or the perfect kitchen tile, call us today. Be it a travertine tile floor or an organic slate tile, when it comes to natural stone tile we’ve got everything you need at Eco Outdoor.
Tumbled and distressed finishes
Our limestone range presents varying colors and textures. Each of the tiles comes in a tumbled finish to enhance the natural characteristics of the natural stone.
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Vibrant garden brought to life by luscious foliage
The renewal of this garden has been controlled and refined, with three key spaces in the rear combine to make up the outdoor space. “Working with the wonderful architecture of Guilford Marsh Bell is always a pleasure,” says Rick Eckersley of Eckersely Garden Architecture. “Gilford would have to be one of my favorite Australian Architects, his organic minimalist approach works well with our landscape designs.” A large rectangular pool set along the boundary has a backdrop of the flowering plant Clethra arborea, the ‘Lily of the valley tree’ and is framed by the same paving on the rear patio. Generous rectangles of La Roche raw tumbled limestone were chosen to compliment the new taupe lime render of the house. The surface of the natural stone appears nondescript from a distance however, on closer inspection, is clearly smattered with fossils of another age. Shade is offered by the luscious floating summer green foliage of three Pistacia sinensis trees. In fall, they display a spectacular range of color and then the bare branches are exposed to allows for the sun to penetrate during winter. Exquisite perfumes of gardenias, the camouflage of Boston ivy, ravishing winter red berries of Nandina domestica and the summer garlands of flower from the oak leaf hydrangeas all combine to generate year-round beauty. This collage can be appreciated from within the garden itself and by viewing it through the large windows that look out on to the yard from inside.