Baltic Brown provides an unusual and hard-wearing kitchen surface, perfect for the more traditional interior. The colors of this eye-catching stone range from light milky brown to rich dark chocolate, interlaced with black circular mottled patterns which give it an intricate natural detailing. Continue reading
Granite is the often the surface of choice for high-end applications. It is quite expensive, but it sure provides a look that is incomparable for beauty and elegance.
If you are considering granite countertops for your kitchen, you should be aware of its general characteristics, as well as other options, such as engineered stones and solid surface.
Natural granite comes from the ground. Engineered stone is man-made. Solid Surface is a plastic material. Each offers its own pros and cons. Continue reading
GRANITE is considered one of the most popular natural stones in the market. Its durability and longevity make it ideal for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces available. It’s heat resistant, nearly impossible to scratch, and will not stain under normal use with proper cleaning.
MARBLE has long been valued for its strength and beauty. Unique natural color variations make marble a popular choice for countertops, floors, fireplaces, windowsills, vanities, and bathtubs. It is also fire, erosion, and stain resistant (requires propers sealing). Once only available to the wealthy, marble is now accessible to all who appreciate its ageless beauty.
Compared to granite, marble is a much softer stone. This natural stone is best where it won’t be subjected to frequented use and abuse. Continue reading