The Pool Tile Company supplies an extensive range of natural stone to be used as swimming pool
coping and surround paving. The range includes granite, sandstone (Himalayan Quartz), travertine,
limestone, quartzite and marble. These stones are very durable and will stand the test of time. They
are suitable to be used around swimming pools and for general outdoor paving. Natural stone will
enhance your project aesthetically while providing high performance and low maintenance. Natural
stone offers permanence and elegance to modern constructions, just as it has throughout the ages.
All natural stones supplied by The Pool Tile Company offer a choice of matching pool copings. In
fact, we have Australia’s largest range of specialty swimming pool copings available in both
traditional ‘bullnose’ and the more contemporary ‘square edge’ profiles.
See our wonderful range of stone pool tiles and coping in used in and around Australian pools below.
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The photos of pools using Pool Tile company stone products below are the most recent and up to date, click to see a larger selection of photos of pools using our natural stone over the last 14 years.
|Ash Marblano Mitred Rebated Edge Single 400x400x40/20mm has been used on the coping of this swimming pool.|
|Ash Marblano Bullnose 400x400x20mm has been used on the coping of this swimming pool.
CMC475 Urban Black (Ashlar) ceramic mosaic tiles has been used as waterline tiles.
|Almond Granite has been used on the coping and surround paving of this swimming pool.|
|Dark Grey Granite Stone pool tiles and pavers|
|Dark Grey Granite used as pool coping|
|Light Grey Granite has been used for stair steps and surround paving with SS315 Contempo Gold as feature wall.|
|Mushroom Granite has been used on the coping and surround paving on these amazing pools.|
|Sandwave Granite has been used on the coping and surround paving of these stunning swimming pools.|
|Travertine Linen Tumbled Unfilled Square Edge Coping provides a timeless and stylish finish for these pools and also garden steps (above right).|
|More examples of Travertine Linen Tumbled Unfilled surround paving and steps.|
|A fully tiled pool using GC184 Light Sky Blue Pearl 20mm Glass Mosaic tiles and with Travertine Linen honed & filled coping and surround paving.|
pool uses 600 x 400 x 30mm Silver Travertine Tumbled Square Edge Coping.
The Silver Travertine surround paving has been completed using the "French" pattern tiles.
|This pool uses 400 x 400 x 30mm Walnut Travertine Edge Coping. CMC411 Sahara Ceramic Mosaics have been used on the waterline and step markers.
|This pool uses Dune Limestone Tumbled for coping and surround paving. CMC401 Luna Ceramic Mosaics have been used on the waterline tile.|
|This pool uses Dune Limestone Tumbled for coping and surround paving. CMC306 Dark Grey Ceramic Mosaics have been used on the waterline tile.|
|This pool features 400x400x20mm Parisian Blue Limestone stone pool paving tiles as surrounds with GC400 Abalone glass mosaic pool tiles as the waterline tiles and feature wall. Parisian Blue Limestone has also been used as the coping tiles.|
|Parisian Blue Limestone Rebated Square Edge 400x400x100/20mm has been used on the coping of this pool.
CMC340 Neptune 23mm has been used as waterline tiles.
|This display pool uses Natural Himalayan Sandstone for coping and surround paving.|
| Honed Himalayan Sandstone Rebated Square Edge 600x400x40/20mm has been used on the coping of this pool (above left).
Blue ceramic mosaics tile the interior (above right) see CM132 Blue Green
|Drifting Sand Himalayan Sandstone has been used for coping and surround paving.
The feature wall (above right) was made from SS300 Contempo Natural Blend and CM104 Anthracite 48mm were used for the waterline tiles.
|This pool uses Quartzite Natural Blend for coping and surrounding area.|
|This pool uses Quartzite Grey Gum for coping and surrounding area.
GC480 Tempest Glass Blend 20mm glass mosaic pool tiles were used for waterline and step markers.