Limestone Med ivory is a natural sedimentary rock, a form of calcium carbonate, composed of calcareous minerals in several forms.
Firstly, we have the ordinary limestone, used as a building material jump in the form of chalk and fossils.
Widely used in construction, limestone is one of the most widespread natural rocks in nature.
Many buildings and constructions from the past centuries are based on limestone.
In trade, it is possible to find this natural stone under its English name- limestone.
Limestone can have different granulations and different degrees of porosity.
Also, shades can range from white to yellowish, gray or even beige. Limestone is rich in quartz and has unique characteristics that make special than other types of limestone. Med Ivory is an ideal material for use in exterior works – paving, cladding, exterior decorations, frames, columns, profiles, sculptures, etc.
But also in interior design – for example, when making fireplaces, decorations, steps or even furniture. It is enough to look carefully at the facades of some old buildings and we will see a compact structure, in a warm and pleasant shade. The hardness of limestone recommends it for use as a building stone in wet regions. This hardness is enough to withstand the weather but also not to create problems in terms of cutting and processing. To convince us of the special qualities of limestone, it is enough to look carefully at the facades of old buildings. Limestone is an ideal material in interior flooring, steps or exterior fireplaces – paving, cladding, decorations, frames, columns, sculptures, ventilated facades, etc.
Moreover, tiles polished, brushed, polished or natural finish can be used in classic and modern arrangements, offering a compact, homogeneous look, with a warm and pleasant shade.
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