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Acqua Marina

Italian Marble Slab


African Red

South African Granite Slab


Alma Grey

Italian Granite Slab


Andromeda White

Indian Granite Slab


Angola Black

Angolan Granite Slab


Angola Silver

Angolan Granite Slab


Arabescato Cervaiole

Italian Marble Slab


Arabescato Corchia

Italian Marble Slab


Arabescato Orobico

Italian Marble Slab


Arabescato Vagli

Italian Marble Slab


Aran White

Brazilian Granite Slab


Astoria

Indian Granite Slab


Atlantic Stone

Chinese Granite Slab


Aurisina Fiorito

Italian Marble Slab


Avalanche

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Azul Aran

Brazilian Granite Slab


Azul Bahia

Brazilian Granite Slab


Azul Imperial

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Azul Louro

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Azul Macaubas

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Azul Platino

Spanish Granite Slab


Baltic Brown

Finnish Granite Slab


Baltic Green

Finnish Granite Slab


Bateig Beige

Spanish Limestone Slab


Bateig Blue

Spanish Limestone Slab


Belgian Black

Belgian Marble Slab


Belgian Fossil

Belgian Limestone Slab


Belize

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Belvedere

Angolan Granite Slab


Bethel White

US Granite Slab


Bianco Covelano

Italian Marble Slab


Bianco Iberico

Portuguese Granite Slab


Bianco Macaubas
Bianco V
Black Forest

Indian Granite Slab


Black Horse

Brazilian Granite Slab


Blackwood

Chinese Marble Slab


Blue De Savoie

French Marble Slab


Bon Accord

South African Granite Slab


Botticino Classico

Italian Marble Slab


Botticino Fiorito

Italian Marble Slab


Breccia Capraia

Italian Marble Slab


Breccia Fantastico

Italian Marble Slab


Breccia Supreme

Turkish Marble Slab


Breccia Vagli

Italian Marble Slab


Brown Silk

Brazilian Granite Slab


Calacatta Borghini
Calacatta Michaelangelo

Italian Marble Slab


Calacatta Oro
Calacatta Portugal

Portuguese Marble Slab


Calacatta Vagli

Italian Marble Slab


Calacatta Verde

Italian Marble Slab


Calacatta Viola

Italian Marble Slab


Campobello

Brazilian Granite Slab


Capolavoro

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Carib Gold

Dominican Marble Slab


Carrara

Italian Marble Slab


Colonial Gold

Indian Granite Slab


Colonial White

Indian Granite Slab


Confusion
Copenhagen

Brazilian Granite Slab


Cosmic Black

Brazilian Granite Slab


Costa Smeralda

Brazilian Granite Slab


Crema Evora

Portuguese Marble Slab


Crema Marfil

Spanish Marble Slab


Cristallo

Brazilian Marble Slab


Crystal Blue

Brazilian Marble Slab


Daino Reale

Italian Marble Slab


Dakota Mahogany

US Granite Slab


Diamond Fall

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Dolomite White

Greek Marble Slab


Dove Nuvolato

Italian Marble Slab


Duke White

Italian Granite Slab


Elegante Grey

Turkish Marble Slab


Emperador

Spanish Marble Slab


Eramosa Crosscut
Eramosa Vein Cut

Canadian Marble Slab


Fior Di Bosco

Italian Marble Slab


Fior Di Pesco Carnico

Italian Marble Slab


Fusion Blue

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Fusion Fire

Brazilian Granite Slab


Fusion Wow Light

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Fusion Wow Multicolour

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Galaxy

Indian Granite Slab


Ghibli

Indian Granite Slab


Gold Macaubus

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Golden Eclipse

Brazilian Granite Slab


Grey Marquina

Iranian Marble Slab


Grigio Billiemi

Italian Marble Slab


Grigio Carnico

Italian Marble Slab


Gris Pulpis

Spanish Marble Slab


Gris Versilia

Italian Marble Slab


Himalayan White

Brazilian Granite Slab


Ivory Fantasy

Indian Granite Slab


Jade

Indian Marble Slab


Juparana Bordeaux

Brazilian Granite Slab


Juparana Rio

Brazilian Granite Slab


Jura Beige

German Limestone Slab


Jura Blue Grey

German Limestone Slab


Kashmir Gold

Indian Granite Slab


Kashmir White

Indian Granite Slab


Kuru Grey

Finnish Granite Slab


Labrador Black

Indian Granite Slab


Labradorite Bianca

Madagascan Granite Slab


Lady Dream

Indian Granite Slab


Lemon Spice

Indian Granite Slab


Lemuiran Blue

Madagascan Granite Slab


Lilac

Turkish Marble Slab


London White

Swiss Granite Slab


Luana Multicolour

Italian Marble Slab


Luna Pearl

Italian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Antique Silk

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Blue

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Blue Silk

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Emerald

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Emerald Silk

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Royal

Norwegian Granite Slab


LUNDHS Royal Silk

Norwegian Granite Slab


Magma Black

Brazilian Granite Slab


Magma Gold

Brazilian Granite Slab


Majestic Brown

Brazilian Granite | Quartzite Slab


Marinace Aquarius

Brazilian Granite Slab


Marinace Black and Gold

Brazilian Granite Slab


Marinace Black and White

Brazilian Granite Slab


Marinace Rosso

Brazilian Granite Slab


Marinace Verde

Brazilian Granite Slab


Marron Coheiba

Angolan Granite Slab


Marron Imperial
Matrix Satinato

Brazilian Granite Slab


Maui

Indian Quartzite Slab


Meteorus

Brazilian Granite Slab


Midnight Blue

Angolan Granite Slab


Moca Creme

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Moleanos

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Moleanos Blue

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Moleanos Fine Grain

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Moon Agate

Brazilian Granite | Quartzite Slab


Moroccan Black Fossil

Moroccan Marble Slab


Mosaikus

Brazilian Granite Slab


Mystic Platinum

South Korean Radianz Slab


Nero Portoro

Italian Marble Slab


Noir St. Laurent

French Marble Slab


Nordic Sunset

Ukrainian Granite Slab


Nuvola

Brazilian Granite | Quartzite Slab


Olive Green

Brazilian Granite Slab


Oman White

Omani Limestone Slab


Onyx Cappucino

Iranian Onyx Slab


Onyx Green

Iranian Onyx Slab


Onyx Pink

Iranian Onyx Slab


Onyx Silver

Iranian Onyx Slab


Onyx Smeraldo

Iranian Onyx Slab


Opera DArte

French Marble Slab


Pakistan Black and Gold
Palissandro Classico

Italian Marble Slab


Palissandro Nuvolato

Italian Marble Slab


Panda White

Chinese Marble Slab


Panna Fragola

Brazilian Granite Slab


Paradiso Classico

Indian Granite Slab


Patagonia

Brazilian Granite Slab


Pegasus

Indian Granite Slab


Pentelicon

Greek Marble Slab


Pietra Del Cardosa

Italian Slate Slab


Pietra Piasentina

Italian Limestone Slab


Pietra Serena

Italian Limestone Slab


Piracema

Brazilian Granite Slab


Radianz Quartz – Acacia

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Adirondak Birch

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Aleutian White

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Antigua Beach

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Aster

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Bristol Beige

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Columbia Grey
Radianz Quartz – Denali Cloud

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Diamond White

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Eiger Slope

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Elbrus Boulder

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Everest White

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Gentle Grey

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Gold Canyon Grey

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Imperial Grey

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Juniper

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Kauai Cream
Radianz Quartz – Kunlun Ink

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Lucern Lake

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Makalu Silver

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Milan Macchiato

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Mirama Bronze

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Mont Blanc Snow

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Napoli Beige

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Olympus Peak

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Orion

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Rio

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Saltoro Cliff

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Sierra Bedrock

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – St. Helens White

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Toluca Sand

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Ural Grey

South Korean Radianz Slab


Radianz Quartz – Verona Verde

South Korean Radianz Slab


Rainforest Green

Indian Marble Slab


Rosa Tea

Turkish Marble Slab


Rose Aurora

Portuguese Marble Slab


Rose Aurora Estramoz

Portuguese Marble Slab


Rosso Bilbao

Spanish Marble Slab


Rosso Levanto

Italian Marble Slab


Rosso Luana

Italian Marble Slab


Royal Blue

Bolivian Marble Slab


Sapien Stone – Arabescato

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Basalt Black

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Basalt Cream

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Bianco Lasa

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Bright Onyx

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Brown Earth

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Calacatta

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Calacatta Statuario

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Grey Earth

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Light Earth

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Malm Black

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Malm Grey

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Pietra Grey

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Premium White

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Sand Earth

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Uni Ice

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Urban Antracite

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapien Stone – Urban Argento

Italian Ceramic Slab


Sapphire Brown

Indian Granite Slab


Shiwakashi

Indian Granite Slab


Silver Cloud

US Granite Slab


Silver Wave

Chinese Marble Slab


Silver Wind

Greek Marble Slab


Sivec

Macedonian Marble Slab


St. Hubert

Portuguese Limestone Slab


Stargate

South African Granite Slab


Statuary

Italian Marble Slab


Steel Grey

Indian Granite Slab


Stonethica – Bardiglio

Italian Marble | Stonethica Slab


Stonethica – Carrara Mix

Italian Marble | Stonethica Slab


Stonethica – Pietra Cardoso

Italian Marble | Slate | Stonethica Slab


Strata Brown

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Striato Olympo

Greek Marble Slab


Super White

Brazilian Marble | Quartzite Slab


Taj Mahal

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Tan Brown

Indian Granite Slab


Terra Bianca

Indian Granite Slab


Teton Beige
Thunder White

Indian Granite Slab


Topaz White

Brazilian Granite Slab


Travertine Cross-Cut

Italian Travertine Slab


Travertine Light

Italian Travertine Slab


Travertine Silver

Italian Travertine Slab


Tropical Black

Brazilian Granite Slab


Tundra

Turkish Marble Slab


Typhoon Green

Indian Granite Slab


Ubatuba

Brazilian Granite Slab


Valley White

Indian Granite Slab


Verde Bamboo

Brazilian Granite | Quartzite Slab


Verde Cristina
Verde Fantastico

Brazilian Quartzite Slab


Verde Lapponia

Norwegian Granite Slab


Verde Luana

Italian Marble Slab


Verde Marina

Indian Granite Slab


Verde Savannah

Brazilian Granite Slab


Verde St. Denis

Italian Marble Slab


Verde Tinos

Greek Marble Slab


Visag Blue

Indian Granite Slab


Viscount White

Indian Granite Slab


Volakas

Greek Marble Slab


Volga Blue

Ukrainian Granite Slab


Vratza

Bulgarian Limestone Slab


White Beauty

Chinese Marble Slab


White Ice

Brazilian Granite Slab


Whitewood

Chinese Marble Slab


Wild West

Brazilian Granite Slab

The Dos and Don’ts of Buying Stone

There are so many factors to consider when choosing the right stone for your home or project and if it’s your first time, chances are you’re not sure where to start or what the process will be like. From the exact slab you opt for to the finish and properties of the stone, here at Cullifords we’re happy to guide you through your options to make sure you get exactly what you’re looking for.

To help with first-time qualms and worries, we’ve taken the time to speak to Cullifords Director Oliver Webb to cover the key dos and don’ts and general FAQs when it comes to buying stone.

What should be your first step when buying stone?

The most important starting point is making sure you use a reputable company for installation. Working with professionals who are experienced and knowledgeable will ensure your chosen stone is installed correctly, avoiding any costly changes further down the line. A reputable company will seal and install the stone properly and will have the honesty and knowledge to know when a material is not suitable for a particular design or use.

Secondly, you should relax. There are many myths created around looking after stone. The single greatest myth is that it should be bullet proof. Nobody has ever said this! We don’t expect wood to be impervious to everyday wear and tear, nor do we expect carpets or other surfaces to be bullet proof. All surfaces will wear in different ways and stone is no exception. There are some very hard stones, even some harder than porcelain, and there are some very soft ones, but each has its own characteristic. We advise anyone interested to go into the minute detail of product attributes about how different stones perform. We supply lots of marble for worktops, but it is not the ‘best’ material for worktops, but the majority of people choose it because of the look and they sacrifice the practicality side.

Make sure you don’t hold back. There is so much choice in natural stone; it is sometimes a shame when people opt for the safe choice. The stones we have are unique and beautiful, so you should indulge yourself.

Last but certainly not least, don’t buy without viewing the actual block you will be having cut, and don’t go home without a sample for testing it with a bit of wine, or lemon juice or tea if you are worried about product performance. We can even seal samples before you take them.

What is the best way to select stone for a project?

Simply put: come to our stone yard. There is nowhere in the UK with more choice of natural and man-made materials.  You will see some of the most sought after stones in the world and most people are spoilt for choice. We have knowledgeable staff who can help you through the entire process. We can also reserve slabs for a short period of time before you take them for your project so you know you will be getting the slabs from the exact block of stone you have seen.

What if you don’t have the time to visit the yard?

Not everyone has the time to make a visit early on in their decision process, so we do urge people to take a look at our website which shows the majority of our current stock too, but seeing them in person before you buy is an absolutely must.

Can you source stone if you are shown an example and you don’t currently hold stock of anything similar?

We are more than happy to help people source stone if they are trying to match it to something existing or if they have seen something whilst on holiday or in a magazine or online. I’ve been asked to find the same stone that a client had in their suite at the Burj Al Arab before, I had to call the concierge to get a photo! So we’ll really do anything we can to help.

What happens when you visit the stone yard? What is the process?

Our offices have a great showroom for seeing the Quartz Composites and Porcelains and then there is the yard with over 3000 slabs. We have separate areas for Limestone, Granite and Quartzites, Marbles, and then the precious slabs are in our warehouse, we try to make sure all of our slabs are easily visible, rather than stacked on top of each other like in other wholesalers.

On arrival you will be taken by one of our knowledgeable staff who will get to understand your needs, and point you in the right direction. If you are close to the installation date (normally up to a month) and you know who is doing the work, either a kitchen company or fabricator, we can then reserve the slabs you need for your project. We will also give you samples to take away.

Any final tips for anyone choosing a surface for a project?

Once you have your layout of your kitchen or bathroom we would always recommend you start as early as possible with the stone. It’s easier to change paint or cupboard colours, but not so easy to find stones to match the other way round.

Don’t just think about colours as there are different textures available too, this can make the difference in making a modern feel versus something more traditional. Some of the satin finished stones offer much more for a toned down effect, which is proving popular at the moment. And many of the stones you see in our yard can be sourced in different finishes, so it’s always something worth considering.

Don’t get too hung up on price before you know the final cost, we have so many materials, and yes, some are really expensive, but the worktop is often the cherry on top, so don’t be scared to get something higher priced. It doesn’t cost anything for a quote. And better to go over budget on the showstopper rather than on something dull or unseen like the substrate or underfloor heating!

To take a look at our current stock or head to our contact page to arrange a visit to the yard.