April 17, 2018
Last month Sareen Stone’s MD, Duncan Blyth and Sales and Product Manager, Angie Squires, visited the Xiamen Stone Fair in China. We reveal their synopsis of the show and how the future of the stone industry was presented at the stone fair.
April 10, 2018
Sareen Stone’s range of Alfresco outdoor tiles, pavers and step treads takes life outside. As the name suggests, it epitomizes everything that is the outdoors.
April 3, 2018
Sydney landscapers, Sydney Grandscapes, recently delivered some serious street appeal to a home in the Sydney suburb of Concord by laying Sareen Stone’s Porphyry 2 Colour Mix Light & Dark Grey Cobbles.
March 29, 2018
Beige and neutrals are no longer relegated to ‘wallflower’ status but are preparing for their time in the sun if this trend prediction is realised.
March 20, 2018
At Sareen Stone our team has more than 80 years combined experience in the stone industry. As a result, we felt we could share with you their knowledge and expertise. This week we begin our first blog in a series, ‘Understanding Stone’ and explain the what, how, where and why of tumbled stone.
March 13, 2018
Architect Maddalena Vienna of Vienna Design, recently completed the beautiful interior design of a home in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, cleverly incorporating an exterior feature wall of Noce Travertine French Pattern tiles directly off the dining area, and selected Carrara Bianco C Marble and Silver Ocean Marble to use in the bathrooms.
March 6, 2018
This week on the Blog we chat to James Ronsisvalle, Managing Director of JRC Projects in Sydney’s inner west. JRC Projects design and construct luxury homes and large scale renovations predominantly in Sydney.
February 27, 2018
This week we take a virtual visit to Matcham House, designed by Michael and Beth of zias building design. We decided to also take the opportunity to ask Beth a few questions about zias building design’s philosophy and what they love most about what they do.
February 20, 2018
Carrara Marble is the definition of exceptional quality. It is beautifully classic Italian with all the style you would ever want.
February 13, 2018
Lavish, luxe and loved. Three words to describe French provincial style which originated in the 1700’s. Originating as the style of the wealthy, think French country manor, it was emulated by the not so wealthy. The result is where the luxe and ornate intersects with organic, rustic charm.