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Natural Stone

Experience the unrivaled splendor of Natural Stone: a kaleidoscope of colors and textures awaits, ready to transform your space.


Granite is an igneous rock forged from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth’s surface. Very hard and not very porous, Granite is very durable, resistant to scratching, heat, and stains, making it ideal for high traffic areas. Plus, its versatility in color and pattern gives unlimited design options.


This calcium-carbonate based stone exudes elegance and luxury. The color range features many light, creamy colors in beige and white; however, there are deep browns, gold, blacks, reds, and greens. When properly sealed, marble can be used in most areas of your home and look absolutely stunning. Popular marbles for interior design include; Carrara, Calacatta, Arabescato, and Danby.


Quartzite is an extremely strong and durable natural stone. Its crystals are tightly fused forming a hard, crystalline rock that provides a stunning look that sparkles. Quartzite boasts a scratch- resistant surface and offers a sophisticated aesthetic that is truly unique to each individual design.


Onyx is an agate gemstone that can be found in every color of the rainbow, although black and red onyxes are rarer. Onyx is a beautiful fine grained stone with distinctive patterns. It is highly desirable for its unique appearance and is a popular choice as it adds a truly special touch. Onyx stones stand out because they are translucent.


Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed of calcite (a calcium carbonate mineral). One of the most significant advantages of using limestone in interior design is its durability and resilience. Limestone is a dense, hard-wearing stone that can withstand heavy foot traffic and resist scratches and stains. It is ideal for high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms, where durability is essential.


Slate is a metamorphic rock containing foliated layers of fine dark grey to black mica. A bit brittle in nature, it’s not as durable as some other stones like marble or granite and can be sharp around the edges. However, it is non-porous, making it great for showers, sinks, and outdoor applications. It comes in lovely shades of charcoal, gray, pewter, brown.


Travertine is a type of limestone that precipitates from hydrothermal springs. It features soft, layered patterning and can be found in white-gray, golden-brown, sandy yellow, tan/beige, and red colorations. Instead of dramatic veining, travertine offers more subtle, calming movement and visual texture.