Stylish in the hall with stone and tiles
The hall gives a first impression of your home. It welcomes family, friends and guests and is the surface that represents home at a first meeting. At the same time, the hall is a room to prepare for tough periods. Gravel, snow and slush are just three examples of mischief that can destroy and dirty a beautiful hall floor. We therefore want to recommend granite ceramics and natural stone for hall floors - durable materials for floors in the home with a rich variety!
Slate , granite and limestone are three examples of natural stones that create wonderful hall floor . They are all robust natural materials and are usually also found in our garden environments. Granite, which is an igneous rock, is the most durable of the three, but all work well for indoor floors. To be on the safe side when you want to lay a hall floor, a hard material such as stone and tile should be used to withstand wear and tear as well as possible.
Limestone in this context is the stone that has the softest surface. But it's stone we're talking about, so it's probably hard anyway! Limestone is available in a range of different surface treatments and can be chosen with either a planed or brushed surface that provides good friction and grip underfoot.
When it comes to treating your hall floor in natural stone, there are a number of different products to help you. Our range from Akemi holds a whole range of different products for treating stone and cleaning natural stone. Read more about each product and find your Akemi product here ! But be careful to read which stone fits with the different products, as some natural stone cannot handle acidic media. Limestone is an example of natural stone that is a bit more sensitive, and is often only maintained with natural soap for cleaning and saturating the surface.
Another option is, of course, to use ceramic products for the hall such as clinker or granite ceramics . They are also very durable and work well for hall floors. Granite ceramics k available in an infinite variation in appearance. We have lots of beautiful tiles in natural granite ceramics. See our own EcoStone and other granite ceramic tiles . Granite ceramic is by far one of the most suitable materials to put in a hall. The tiles have a low water absorption and are difficult to absorb spills and have a very scratch-resistant surface.
You will find other customers' wonderful solutions for your hall floor in our inspiration bank or on Pinterest for all happy pinners who hang out there and get inspired.