The wonder of nature’s creation. For millennia, man has been digging up the work of million’s of years of tectonic movement, volcanic activity, and the decay of aquatic animals. From the earliest quarries in Carrara, Italy, to the green hills of Vermont, the quest for natural stone has uncovered a canvas beneath us that tells a story of the earth’s past. The Romans first quarried the hills of Tuscany for marble and that legacy continues to this day.
Because of it’s boundless versatility, natural stone has been used in construction for centuries. While there seem to be countless varieties of natural stone, certain types are well suited to home use. From countertops to wall installations, natural stone can enhance any space with timeless style.CONTACT US
This metamorphic stone is well known for its use in famous buildings and sculpture around the world. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, depending on where it’s quarried. Because it’s made of metamorphic limestone, marble is very porous in nature. For this reason, it can be susceptible to staining if not treated and sealed regularly. For the same reasons, it can also etch from coming into contact with acidic foods or liquids. Marble is a much more high-maintenance stone than others, for this reason, we don’t recommend using it in high traffic/high use areas like a kitchen.