This year’s Natural Stone Show will be joined at ExCeL, London, by a new sister show: Hard Surfaces. From 30th April to 2nd May 2019, buyers will be presented with a powerful line up of ceramic, porcelain, conglomerate, ultra compact, and natural stone surface solutions, making this a must-visit event for retailers, distributors, contractors, and specifiers alike.
Wednesday 1st May 2019 will see a series of talks organised and Chaired by Tile & Stone Journal’s Editor, Joe Simpson. These sessions are free to attend and will take place in South Gallery Room 6, accessed from the back of the Hard Surfaces Show. Guarantee your seat at: https://eventdata.uk/Forms/Form.aspx?FormRef=HSS49Visitor&TrackingCode=HS
Exhibitors will include Caesarstone, the global manufacturer of premium quartz surfaces, who recently received the coveted Wallpaper Design Award.
Caesarstone 4601 Frozen Terra came out on top in the ‘Stealth Health’ category, aptly named for its recognition of materials that bring something clean, light and fresh to the design table.
Amy Heffernan, Interiors Director for Wallpaper, said: “This year Caesarstone caught our creative eye. Frozen Terra has a nod to terrazzo with flecks of colours and transparent elements: it has a depth to it while remaining light and fresh. The new collection has focused well on current trends and offers a contemporary choice for many avenues.”
4601 Frozen Terra is a fresh, modern, industrial-inspired concrete-terrazzo fusion surface with sparsely distributed, irregular translucent aggregate and fine black basalt. The concrete-look matt finish creates an authentic, industrial patina. More at: https://www.caesarstone.co.uk
BAL have helped an Uxbridge school celebrate their 150th anniversary by providing fixing materials for a special tiled mural. The...Continue Reading
When the historic Russell Hotel was refurbished before reopening as the Principal London Hotel in spring 2018, the tiling contractor...Continue Reading
Stortford Tiling and Marble Ltd are a family run business now in the third, fourth and fifth generation of tradesmen...Continue Reading