Cumbria-based Burlington’s palette of natural stones incorporates two exciting limestones: Caulfeild and Lord. Whilst being distinct in their colourings and appearance, both limestones are extremely complementary to one another, and to the leading stone engineer’s existing range of five natural stones.

Originating from Burlington Stone’s Baycliff quarry, both Caulfeild and Lord are particularly versatile and suitable for use as interior flooring and cladding, external paving, and as vanity tops, kitchen worksurfaces, aqua panels, showertrays, benches, up stands, skirtings and bath panels. Whilst Lord delivers a hue of subtle light beiges, mid-creams and soft browns, the darker Caulfeild limestone has a richer tone that is accentuated with mottled markings. Available in 15mm thickness and in a range of sizes such as 300mm x 300mm, 400mm x 400mm, 600mm x 400mm and 800mm x 400mm, both limestones can be cut to size to suite individual designs and come with a honed or flame textured finish.

In addition to the outstanding aesthetic properties of Caulfeild and Lord, it is their advanced technical characteristics that make them a superior flooring medium. In addition to being extremely hard wearing, which makes them particularly suitable for heavily pedestrianised areas, they are also easy to clean and maintain.

Impervious to water, they are also ideal for bathrooms, wet rooms, changing rooms and spa areas when specified with the flame-textured anti-slip surface.

Sales and marketing director, Nick Williams said: “As yet another quintessentially British Lakeland stone, it is no surprise that Burlington’s limestone range is a popular choice amongst interior designers and discerning home owners, as it boasts the ultimate in aesthetic appeal and technical superiority.”