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Do as the Romans Do when Choosing Natural Stone

The “lavish and elaborate” baths of the ancient Roman Empire can be yours when you install the elegance of natural stone in your shower. But which stone? The Romans most often chose marble, but if that’s not your style, you have other options. You can start by referring to Five Perfect...

A New Kitchen Ready for Use!

This new kitchen has quartz countertops that look like Soapstone! The backsplash is a handmade subway tile with dark grey grout and the framed area over the stove laid in a herringbone pattern. Stunning!

What are the Different Brands of Quartz Countertops?

Enter a showroom, and you’ll soon become overwhelmed by the choices of brands, styles, and characteristics of quartz for countertops. Before you choose your quartz only by its color, it’s best to know what you’re buying. All quartz shares certain characteristics, but the brands vary greatly. Start by...

Install a Natural Stone–Topped Home Bar

Did you know you can create your own staycation destination just by installing a home bar? A bar with a natural stone top can transform your ordinary oasis into the extraordinary. Choose the luxurious look and feel of granite, the stunning look of marble, the perfect color of quartz,...

The Affordable Natural Stone Backsplash

The backsplash is often last on the list of decisions that need made during a kitchen build or remodel. Why not make it a focal point, a design element that’s both beautiful and functional? Backsplash designs can pull the look of your whole kitchen together or provide a perfectly...

Outdoor Kitchen Countertops—Seal the Deal with Granite

Granite’s the go-to natural stone when choosing countertops for your outdoor kitchen. It will hold up to whatever Mother Nature throws at it. But, over time, your pristine countertops might start to look a bit weathered. Not to worry. Sealing them will help prevent moisture absorption from the raw...

What’s Trending for 2019? More Natural Stone

It’s not too late to update your home with a trend that will last a lifetime—adding natural stone. What are the latest trends? Read Stone and Surfacing Trends to Watch to learn how more and more homeowners are adding natural stone statement walls, stone in the bedroom, stone as art,...

Tops, Floors and Backsplash

Checkout one of our latest projects we just completed; The tops are Dal Tile Broadway Black soapstone look quartz and we did a mitered edge to make it look thicker than the typical 3cm thickness. The floor is a brick look tile laid on a herringbone with epoxy grout;...

Caesarstone—Rich Marble Look with Low Maintenance

Homeowners yearning to place marble in their kitchens and baths can do just that with a quartz called Caesarstone. It mimics the look of marble but has the easy-care advantages of quartz. With Caesarstone, marble lovers get a luxurious marble look in a surface that needs no sealing and is...

What’s Trending for 2019? More Natural Stone

It’s not too late to update your home with a trend that will last a lifetime—adding natural stone. What are the latest trends? Read Stone and Surfacing Trends to Watch to learn how more and more homeowners are adding natural stone statement walls, stone in the bedroom, stone as art, stone in...

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