Natural Stone Pavers for Your Patio

6 Reasons to Use Natural Stone Pavers for Your Patio

If you’re aiming for unparalleled strength and durability, you can’t go wrong with natural stone. In contrast to artificially engineered alternatives, natural stone material is extremely durable and its toughness isn’t the only reason why natural stone is the preferred material. According to Allied Market Research, the global natural stone market size is projected to reach $50,465.1 million by 2030. If you’re planning to remodel your patio, you should opt for natural stone pavers. Below are a few reasons why they’re an excellent choice. 1. Boost Your Property’s Value Because natural stones are hardwearing and stunning, they are used widely as materials for outdoor living areas. They are a beautiful addition in a backyard, front yard or even an outdoor … Continue reading

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Tips on Spotting Fake and Real Granite

Tips on Spotting Fake and Real Granite

Granite is one of the most common and recognisable igneous rocks. These days, you’ll see it everywhere—from elegant houses to sky-high commercial buildings. However, no matter how ubiquitous this natural stone is, it can still be difficult to determine if you’re looking at authentic granite or not. It doesn’t help that new technology has made it that much easier to manufacture genuine-looking imitation stone.  If you want to know how to spot fake granite, here are our tips: 1. Tap the Surface and Listen to the Sound If you have a small hammer, lightly tap the back of the granite surface. You should hear a ringing sound if you’re handling genuine granite stone.  Otherwise, if you’re tapping on an engineered … Continue reading

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Natural Stone Fireplace Surrounds

Which Natural Stone Is Best for Fireplace Surrounds?

The fireplace often serves as the focal point of the room. So, it’s important to choose a premium material that is both aesthetically pleasing and practical. Of course, there are many good reasons why natural stone makes the perfect material for fireplace surrounds. For starters, it’s available in a wide range of patterns, colours and textures. As such, you will always be able to find a material that aligns with your preferred interior design. Here are some of the best natural stone options for your fireplace surround: Granite Apart from being low-maintenance, granite can also resist against mild abrasions, wear from water, and heavy foot traffic. So, it only makes sense to use it as a fireplace surround. It’s worth … Continue reading

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Scandinavian Minimalist Design With Natural Stone

How to Achieve that Scandinavian Minimalist Design with Natural Stone

With so much noise around the world, it’s a relief to return and relax in a clean and clutter-free home. It’s also the reason why minimalist interior design is so popular around the globe. According to a paper featured at the 3rd International Conference on Arts, Design and Contemporary Education, minimalism started gaining traction in the 1950s. It even became an influential philosophy thought throughout Europe and the United States during the 80s. Now, when it comes to modern minimalism, you can boost the warmth of a room through neutral colours, geometric shapes and natural textures. Walls and floors should be natural to make them easier to clean and maintain. This is also the reason why Scandinavian minimalist design involves … Continue reading

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Porcelain vs. Ceramic Tiles

Porcelain vs. Ceramic Tiles

When it comes to your next renovation or new home in Perth you might be torn between choosing porcelain or ceramic tiles. Deciding which one to use can be a daunting task. This is especially true if you have no idea what types to use and are available or how to go about selecting them. We at Aurora Stone are here to assist you in making a decision for your home depending on your requirements, budget, and aesthetic preferences.  There are several variables to consider when choosing between the two types of tiles. At Aurora Stone we provide both types of tiles which are commonly used together. However, they are not the same. If you’re considering your tile alternatives, consider … Continue reading

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