Here at Gather Co we want to ensure that the gap between your screen and our surfaces is bridged. As such, we have developed this Texture Guide to provide a general understanding of the finishes across our collection and to offer a sense of the ‘feel’ you can expect from each variety.
*Please note: This is intended as a guide only. Some surfaces may sit outside the prescribed finish as stated below. It is not a Slip Rating, you’ll find that in the “Resources and Installation” section at the bottom of each product page.
Sinai Desert Limestone
Step 2. Finish: Jamila - Flamed
Texture Guide: 3Indicates a low lead time item.
Step 2. Finish: Jamila - Sand Blasted
Texture Guide: 3
Step 2. Finish: Jamila - Bush Hammered
Texture Guide: 5
Step 2. Finish: Jamila - Honed
Texture Guide: 2
As you cast your eyes across the surface of the Jamila collection, each stone appears to tell a different chapter of the same story. At some points smooth and clean, at others thinly accented, the Jamila Sinai Desert Limestone is versatile and varied, making it the ideal choice for both walls or floors.
A pitted effect highlights the durability and timelessness of the Jamila - this is a stone that has survived the past, to thrive in the present.
• Ideal for walling or floor surfaces
• Textured with minimal water absorption qualities
• Appealing earth tones
• Highly detailed with a slightly pitted feel
“A pitted effect highlights the character of a surface you know will stand the test of time”
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Sinai - Located between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, this land bridge links Asia and Africa. Known as the ‘country of Turquoise’ by ancient Egyptians due to its historically outstanding turquoise mines, its vibrant coral reefs give new meaning to that nickname amid its modern status as a tourist destination.
Limestone - are sedimentary rocks predominantly comprised of skeletal fragments of coral. Famous landmarks and monuments featuring limestone include the Great Pyramid, the Great Sphinx of Giza and the Statue of Queen Anne at Queen Anne’s Gate.