Flagstone flooring conjures an image of well-worn slabs in country homes, but there are designs, in a whole host of shades, finishes and formats, to suit all styles.
One of the most popular flagstone looks is the ‘aged’ flagstone; one that creates a vintage, reclaimed look with lots of texture and sought-after broken edges. Flagstones can be mixed and match with old and new, for a shabby chic look or something a little more eclectic.
County, a randomly-sized flagstone that’s a mix of ivory, grey and warm honey shades.
There are new designs in darker tones too, reminiscent of flagstones seen in churches and grand stately homes: Dordogne is a mix of honey, beige and darker tan tones, with a distinct pitted surface, and Manoir has a brown, beige and mossy shades, with a hint of sage.
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