Top surface finishes for the Jura Beige limestone

The Jura Beige is an extremely versatile limestone due to its hardness and fairly uniform color and background. It is common to find this limestone on a diversity of surface finishes. We present below some of the most common and recommended finishes for the Jura Beige limestone:


The most popular type of finish, the polished finish enhances the natural elements of the Jura Beige limestone. Its surface is shiny and showing great contrast between its colors.

This finishing is commonly used on flooring and coverings.

Jura Beige Limestone Polished


Another popular surface finish used on the Jura Beige limestone, the honed finish presents a smooth surface with a very uniform beige color. This surface finish reduces the contrast between the different elements of the Jura Beige.

It is mostly used on cladding projects.

Jura Beige Limestone Honed


The bush-hammered is a specific type of surface finish, changing the limestone surface into rough and with a very uniform look. This finish changes the structure of the surface, making it look lighter.

It is commonly used on pool borders, wall cladding and some garden decoration applications.

Jura Beige Limestone Bush-Hammered

Sandblasted + Brushed

A new finish but with increasing demand, the Sandblasted + brushed maintains much of the natural color and looks of the original Jura Beige limestone, but with a non-slippery and smooth surface.

It is mostly used on pool borders due to its anti-slippery property, wall cladding or interior/exterior flooring.

Jura Beige Limestone Brushed


An interesting surface finish and with growing demand, the Chiseled surface finish essentially shows a rough split-face look with parallel lines. It is at the same time rough and organized.

This is a type of finish to be used on exterior cladding or wall covering applications mostly.

Jura Beige limestone chiseled


Despite not being the most common type of surface finish of the Jura Beige limestone, there is an interesting demand for the Tumbled. It shows a rustic look, little bit carved up and normally supplied with “broken” or chiseled edges.

It is mostly used on exterior flooring applications, as well as interior flooring.

Jura Beige limestone tumbled

You can check our video below, where we introduce you to some of these surface finishes.