Limestone Pavers and Tiles

Limestone is widely used in the building industry for flooring, walls and bench tops. Natural limestone comes in many different colours and qualities and this determines its final use. Here at Edward’s Slate and Stone, we’ve imported limestone pavers and tiles since 1970. While the type and colour of the limestone has varied over the years, the popularity has never waned. This is because the type of limestone we sell is very hard, (not at all like some of the softer varieties quarried locally). The hardness and density also mean the stone is very easy to maintain and responds well to cleaning with a high-pressure cleaner.

The slip resistant characteristics are due to the stone being split by hand, this is called a natural cleft finish. Our ;imestone is then cut into traditional tile sizes, suitable for pool surrounds, patios and driveways. We now provide Limestone cut to paver thickness which can be laid directly into sand or crusher dust. Paving stones are another easy to use natural limestone product and creates an instant garden path and the best part is that they are very cost effective.
Call in and visit the best selection of limestone pavers in Melbourne.

Premium Arabian Series

We have an exciting new series of Egyptian limestones now available at Edwards. A certain uniqueness with limestone is that every piece has taken thousands of years to form. This history has manifested itself into our ‘Arabian Cream’ and ‘Arabian Beige’ stones. The contemporary colours make this stone a great choice for sleek and modern settings both indoor and outdoors. Both stones have a Honed and Tumbled finish creating a smooth surface with softened edges.
Arabian Cream
Arabian cream consists of warm cream hues with minimal colour variation. Some subtle outlines of shells exist in the background.


Arabian Beige
Arabian Beige is slightly darker with mocha tones. Prominent features include the intricate shell fossils on the surface adding more interest.
Desert Sand
Desert Sand whilst not a part of the Arabian series also comes from Egypt. Like its sister stones, Desert Sand also shares subdued outlines of shells. The stone is quite neutral in nature, consisting of grey tones. A key feature with this paver is that it has been hand sandblasted to provide a pleasant surface to touch with excellent slip resistance for outdoor areas.

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