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Helen Leach wrote:27 August 2014
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    5 years ago
    Thank you very much for your compliments they are very kind.

    The flooring we used inside and outside including the pool area is a limestone tile called "Chiampo Limestone" and it was acid washed" so that it had a texture to it and was non slip outside.In the bathrooms we used the same tiles but instead of them being acid washed (A pitted look), we had the tile honed so that it was smooth. It was laid in what is known as a french pattern, basically made up of about 8 different tile sizes. many people thought it was carpet before they actually walked on it. We carried the acid washed tile outside because it extended the space and made it look bigger.You can seal the tiles if you like, but they really dont show up much dirt.

    We purchased them from a supplier called CDK stone here in Melbourne Australia. Their website address is Their contact NO: is (03) 8552 6000. Ask for Tony Victor and mention our name as we think he is a great supplier and we work with them regularly.

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