Our Baltic Grey Limestone tiles are cut according to dimensions specified by our customers. Due to its high density Baltic Grey is classed as a dolomitic limestone which means it is extremely hardwearing. This means architects are able to specify Baltic Grey in areas of high foot traffic including shopping centres, hotels, museums, bars and restaurants.

Baltic Grey and Åland Grey-Beige are the most suitable stone to use as façade tiles due to their high frost resistance and also their appearance. Façade fixing systems vary according to the building construction and so we suggest you refer to our technical file to see which fixing system best suits your project.


Baltic Grey limestone with honed finish is most commonly used for indoor areas including private homes and public areas such as hotels, restaurants and museums. The surface is smooth with a matt finish and is very easy to clean and maintain. Honed surface finish is also suitable for external facades when using Åland Grey-Beige and Gotland Grey-Beige limestone.


Brushed surface is used when there is a requirement for the tiles to have some grip such as in bathrooms, saunas and wet room areas. The brushed finishing gives Baltic Grey limestone a more blue-grey appearance.


Sawn finish is used when using Baltic Grey limestone for external facades. This finish gives the stone the same blue-grey appearance as the brushed finish and is more rough to the touch. From close up the fine saw marks are visible on the stone.


Åland Grey-Beige is widely used as a facade tile due to its good frost resistance. As its name suggests, the stone has a mixture of grey and beige colour tones. These colours blend very well together when the stone is used for exterior building facades.


The Gotland Grey-Beige limestone rock bed begins near the island of Gotland and is quarried on the island of Saaremaa. As it’s name implies the stone is grey in colour with some lighter beige tones visible. Due to its high frost resistance this stone is widely used for exterior wall cladding and building stone.

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This neutral, grey coloured limestone is an exciting recent discovery.

The subtle appearance of small fossils adds character to tiles and kitchen worktops as well as fireplace surrounds and the other bespoke items that we offer. The extreme hardness of Livonia limestone also makes it suitable for exterior use as façade panels as well as the more common interior applications.

Livonia limestone is quarried in deep underground chambers, a quarrying technique that has minimal environmental impact which is an increasingly important consideration when sourcing natural stone.

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