An age-old surfacing material with an organic look, French limestone has long been used in building applications such as flooring, walls, columns, and fireplaces. The stone’s color and veining vary based on the quarry from which it is sourced, and its inherent durability helps it withstand natural and manmade damage, such as scratches, better than limestone mined in other regions, according to stone manufacturer Arizona Tile. Its new suite of three French limestone products including Vallangis, shown, offers a mix of subtle hues and textures for the residential market.