Thala Beige

Thala Beige is a famous North-African marble, extracted from quarries located in Tunisia. Thala Beige has a rather uniform background color, with some dark veins and some light stains and “salini”. The quarries have a good production and the blocks are usually cut in the sense of the vein. For this reason, the slabs of Thala Beige have slightly different background colour, and need to be selected when the colour consistency is required. The slabs of Thala Beige cannot be polished, and for this reason this material is at times deemed as a limestone. Usually the slabs do not need to be resined, and they are honed or brushed only. Thala Beige is a resistant marble, very suitable for outdoor uses in warm environments, and also for applications in sunny settings. Thala Beige is usually chosen for floorings, tiles, claddings, ventilate facades, both indoor and outdoor.

Finishings: honed, brushed, bush-hammered, sandblasted,
Also known as: marble or limestone Thala Beige