Nordic Blue

A distinctive dark blue marble evocative of glacial ice sheets and full of movement and form.


Top Notes – rich charcoal grey swirls.
Middle Notes – white and cream lacing.
Base Notes – silver grey with blue undertones.

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Type And Size In(Mm)
Paver - 610x406x30, 406x406x30, 406x203x30, 203x203x30, French Pattern (Sand Blasted) Tile - 610x406x20 (Sand Blasted), 812x406x15 (Honed)
Salt Resistance (AS/NZS - 4456.10)
Slip Resistance (AS/NZS 3661.1:1993)
P1-P5 (Dependent on Finish)

  • Stocked Item
  • Suitable for Outdoors
  • Suitable for Indoors
  • Slip Resistant Options
  • Pool Safe (Certain Finishes Only)

Frequently Asked Questions

Blue stone pavers and blue stone tiles have a subtlety to their colouring that works well with most styles. A Hamptons style could be elevated by use of blue marble, and in a kitchen blue stone would create a stylish and soft ambience. 

Blue stone tiles and blue stone pavers work with more neutral-coloured grouts such as creams and greys. Any grout that works within the natural colour palette of the stone usually works well. 

The average lifespan of natural stone pool pavers can vary depending on the installation method and maintenance practices. Natural stone pavers can last up to 100 years or more with proper care and maintenance. It is important to note that regular cleaning, sealing, and resealing can extend the life of pool pavers, whilst neglect and lack of sealing will shorten their lifespan.

When it comes to choosing the best stone to put around a pool, marble, travertine, and limestone are three great options. These materials are known for their durability, beauty, and versatility, making them ideal for pool surrounds. There is not much difference between them when it comes to longevity and maintenance. The choice between them comes down to personal preference, design, and budget.