Classical luxury and hard-wearing style: for centuries, marble has symbolized beauty, purity and elegance.
The refined look of marble, the durability of granite. Its heat, stain and abrasion resistance make quartzite suitable for the most hard-working of kitchens.
Tough but sophisticated, elegant but practical, natural granite is good for all uses and comes in a variety of colours.
Known for its ability to absorb and radiate heat, soapstone will also bring a warm beauty to your fire surrounds and a range of other applications.
An engineered stone in which quartz crystals are mixed with resin and pigment, quartz brings high-tech innovation and practical style to kitchen worktops.
Engineered porcelain can look like flaunt realistic marble or any type of pattern photographed from natural stone. It is a lower-cost material but it's elegant, resistant to impact and non-reactive.
If you’re considering a stone for your next project, you’ve made a great choice. Watch this video, where we offer some tips to help you find the perfect natural and man made stone for your home.
Please keep in mind that while Natural Stone and Engineered Quartz are durable materials, they are not completely immune to damage.
It’s important to consider the advantages and disadvantages of each stone in terms of maintenance, cost, and appearance before making a decision.