A warm, neutral earth toned limestone displaying a light beige background, medium grain and occasional shell inclusions. Consistent grain distribution stippled evenly across the surface lends a subdued visual texture that’s versatile in any design aesthetic.
An even and uniform, off-white, buff toned limestone offering a clean, contemporary aesthetic. Light veins and occasional shell inclusions weave through the surface in a subtle movement adding visual interest to any design project.
Stippled shell fragments rise up from a tawny background in this medium grained limestone. The visual texture and beige earth tones produce a subtle movement and pattern for a timeless aesthetic.
Fine, sandy grains are sprinkled against a pale, creamy background in this clear shade of the classic Massangis French limestone. Equally suitable in both modern and traditional designs the neutral and even tone provides a uniform appearance in any finished project.
Finely blended with a well-balanced, pale yellow background this flaxen hued limestone features a uniform grain with occasional shell inclusions. Hailing from the ancient Massangis quarry this variety imparts a slight, warm tone in a design.
The dense, compact grain structure of this limestone gives it a marble like quality in its appearance. A uniform, rosy beige background provides a neutral base for occasional small shell inclusions. A resilient and versatile choice for any interior or exterior application.
The tight, compact grain structure in this resilient limestone offers a marble-like quality in appearance. A uniform, warm buff colored base provides a neutral backdrop for thin calcite veins and fossil inclusions that provide pops of color and texture in any application.
Clean and sleek, this creamy white limestone possesses great purity and a fine, compact grain structure. The neutral, ivory toned background exhibits occasional crystalline slivers adding more depth to the surface. A great option for interior & exterior applications where a monochromatic aesthetic is required.
Earthy beige tones mixed with occasional dashes of light blush hues define this limestone’s background while sporadic crystalline veins and shell fossils can add the slightest accent to a project’s design aesthetic.
Missisquoi is produced in small quantities and is often viewed as a heritage stone: it is usually used in historical building restorations.
A dense and compact marble found only in this region of Quebec, it offers a wide range of colors and is primarily used for indoor applications.
Strikingly rich in colors that can only come from the harsh Canadian climate, the Cascapedia stone is a breccia-type marble that can be found in the castles and aristocratic residences of Europe. Pure sophistication!
Acquired recently by Polycor, this gray-beige American limestone is treated as a marble, and can therefore be used in architectural and patrimonial projects as well as for countertops.
Because its wavy grain pattern evolves from one slab to another, every countertop is unique. In a fleuri-cut pattern, it creates beautiful white to gray-beige waves.
This gray-beige American limestone is treated as a marble, making it suitable for architectural and heritage projects, as well as for countertops. Because its wavy grain pattern evolves from one slab to another, every countertop is unique.
It shows a more consistent grain pattern in a linear cut.