Dekton — one of the newest stone trends to hit the market. Although it just recently made its market debut, dekton has quickly grown in popularity among many homeowners, business owners and contractors.
If you’ve been searching for the ideal natural stone to incorporate into your space, look no further. Caesarstone is the new generation of surfacing that has become a popular choice for new home construction and renovation projects.
Deciding between granite and other natural stones can be difficult. Here are a few things you should know, so you can make the most informed choice!
Travertine has been used for thousands of years in many amazing structures all over the world. It is a type of limestone that is created from very high heat and pressure. Travertine is very porous and somewhat resembles marble. It is even referred to as onyx marble at times. It is formed and imported from areas in Italy, Turkey, Mexico, and the Middle East. It comes in many earth tone hues, such as walnut, cream, gold, beige, ivory, and coral red.
Nothing says luxury quite like marble. The good news is you don’t have to be wealthy to enjoy the natural elegance and luxurious aesthetic of natural stone, such as marble. There are various types of marble or other natural stone to choose from to create a timeless look in your home. But don’t think you’re done making decisions once you have chosen the perfect stone for you. There’s still one more choice to make…. The finish. There are various ways to finish natural stone, and two of the more popular finishes are polished or honed. So how do you decide? We have broken down some characteristics of both to help make your decision a little easier.
We are continuing our blog series on choosing the best natural stone for different aspects of natural stone for your home. This week up on the blog, we are talking office or retail space. Whether you are in the planning stages of your office/retail space or you are looking to give your space a facelift, natural stone is the way to go.
When it comes to choosing a material for your home or business surfacing needs, it can often feel overwhelming as there are what seems like an infinite number of options available to you. So that you don’t have to comb through article after article reading up on all the different materials out there as well as trying to understand the pros and cons that come along with them, use us as your go to source for any and all associated information. Week by week, we’ve been covering different surfacing materials telling you what they are and what is good and bad about them, where they are best used, and overall why we think a certain material would be good for you to use. This week we’ll continue this trend covering Quartzite again explaining what it is and how it’s made, its associated advantages and disadvantages, where we think it is best used, as well as why we think quartzite is a good choice for you! Read below to find out all about quartzite and decide if it is the surfacing material for you!
Looking to learn more about slate? You’ve come to the right place. We’re covering slate this week as part of a series in which we give in-depth looks at different surfacing materials. Prior to slate, we’ve taken a look at several other materials...
If you’ve been keeping up, you’ll know week by week we’ve been taking an in-depth look a different surfacing materials available for use in your home or office space. By now we’ve covered Dekton, Radianz, Silestone, Travertine, and Caesarstone. In analyzing each of these different materials, we hope to give you a better understanding of what is available in the marketplace. We also hope that by doing this we are able to better assist you in determining what the right choice is for you. This week, we’ll again continue in the same fashion by covering Limestone. You’ll get a thorough look at exactly what Limestone is, where and how it’s formed, its advantages, where it's best used, and get an overall feel of the product, at which point you’ll hopefully be able to determine if it is a viable option for you. Read below to find out more about Limestone!
When choosing a surfacing material for your residential or commercial need, it can often feel overwhelming due to the many options available to you in the marketplace. In an effort to help alleviate some of this stress, we thought we’d take on some of that burden by doing the research for you. We’ve been carrying out this task by choosing a different surfacing material each week and explaining in depth what the specific material is, how it’s made, its associated benefits, where it’s best used, and overall why we think it’d be a good option for you. This week our material of choice is Silestone - a surfacing material that is made by combining some of the hardest and more resilient materials in the world. Much like the previous weeks, we’ll again explain more clearly exactly what Silestone is, how it’s made, the advantages that come along with using it, where we see it to be best used, and overall why we think it’d be smart for you to utilize Silestone for whatever your surfacing need. Read below to find out more about Silestone!