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The timeless elegance of natural grey stone flooring


The timeless elegance of natural grey stone flooring

In the world of interiors, there are few flooring options that provide the charm and timeless elegance of natural stone flooring, especially grey stone with its captivating hues and tones. At White Hall, we often see customers choose grey stone, due to its versatility and timeless characteristics, making it a great choice for both contemporary and traditional settings.

In this blog, we will look at the different types of grey stone that we have to offer at White Hall to give you an idea of how it could work in your home. If you didn’t know already, we offer free samples of all of our stone options. If you are finding it hard to decide which stone will suit your project, we recommend that you order some samples so that you can see our stone in person. We also offer home visits, where a member of our team can visit you with a range of full size tiles for you to look at. If you are local to Herefordshire, you may want to consider visiting our showroom where you can look at our stone in situ - there really are lots of options to help you in deciding on the right stone for your next project!


Lanesborough is a muted, mid grey limestone with varying tones. It is subtle and elegant, featuring an organic element of seashells. It’s soft, tumbled edge makes it a great choice for both contemporary and modern settings. Click here to find out more about the sizing and cost of this stone.

Highland Grey

Grey in colour with a soft, worn yet elegant look, our Highland Grey stone is a popular choice amongst previous customers. It’s sleek and stylish finish lends itself well to contemporary interior settings, but is also a great option for older homes. Find out more about Highland Grey here.

Old Grey

Our Old Grey stone is classical, traditional and timeless, making it a great option for anyone who loves the idea of a natural stone floor that looks centuries old. We see this stone being laid in both older and more contemporary homes, making it a versatile choice for all interior projects. 

Old Cathedral

If you’re after a dark, almost black grey stone then Old Cathedral may be just what you’ve been looking for! It’s dark tones, along with its tumbled and brushed surface exudes character and. With this stone, you'll find it hard to believe that it hasn't been laid for centuries! It’s full of character and very well suited to older properties. Find out more about our Old Cathedral flagstone here.

Crofters Cottage

If you’re looking for a grey stone that has the texture and characteristics of an old rural flagstone, Crofter’s Cottage may be just what you are looking for. Available in various different widths, you can really create a pattern that is unique to your home. Take a look at this stone here.

We’re hoping that by reading this blog, you can now see that grey stone is not all the same! The slight difference in textures, tones and shades can really make a big difference to the overall look of your next project.

If you’re interested in seeing projects using any of the grey stone that we have listed above, take a look at our project page here. As mentioned above, we offer free samples and home visits, so, if you are stuck on deciding which stone is right for you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.