Welcome to our new website!
Premium quality and timeless style are two defining qualities of our expansive ranges of beautiful Italian porcelain, and at Roman Stone we’re passionate about ensuring those qualities always apply to our digital presence, too!
Having recently decided we were in need of an update to refresh our look, we got in touch with Twentyone, a Blackburn-based digital agency. They’ve been working tirelessly over the last few months to create a brand-new site which embodies the same qualities that customers love most about our Ribble Valley showroom: clean aesthetics, expansive beauty, and a huge range of choice.
As you can see, this has involved completely redesigning the site with streamlined aesthetics, intuitive interfaces and stunning new visuals. We’re hugely pleased with the results, and once you’ve had a chance to look around, we think you will be, too!
The first thing you’ll probably notice is the new way we’ve chosen to present our design-led Italian porcelain tiles. You’ll find time-honoured favourites and cutting-edge new styles within our expansive range of Collections, which you can filter by style, usage or finish (depending on your personal preferences). Universally popular options like stone, marble and wood effects are listed alongside current on-trend styles like metal, vintage and fabric effects, giving you more stylistic choice than ever before. Rest assured, we’re only planning on adding to these as time goes on!
One of our most anticipated features on the new site is our carefully curated gallery of Italian porcelain tiles, designed to help you gain inspiration by demonstrating how this remarkable material can be used to truly fantastic effect. What’s more, our homepage now features a specially-created video of our premises, so that you can really get a feel for what it’s like to step inside our expansive and elegant showroom.
There’s lots more we could say, but to be honest we think it’s best you discover them all for yourself! Why not take a quick look around, and see what you think?