Marble and Granite Islands complimented by Caesarstone Countertops

September 28, 2012

 The demand for marble and granite countertops has increased significantly over the years. Customer preferences are rapidly changing because importers are continuously introducing not only newer and exotic colors of marble and granite but also engineered surfaces like Caesarstone and Neolith which are outstanding countertop products. The word "engineered" specially in reference to stone industry does not sound very natural or artistic to begin with but both of these products are extremely functional and almost maintenance free in addition to their neat and sharp looks. 

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Continuous Backsplashes with Onyx Slabs on Countertops

September 18, 2012

Whether you prefer minimalist designs where less is more or layered looks where it's all about the accessories, backsplashes are a wonderful way to add interest for a more dynamic interior design. And while stone tile backsplashes are timeless, a continuous stone backsplash can create a unique and luxurious look that is also easy to clean and maintain. 

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Luxurious Island Design Ideas for High-End Kitchen Countertops

September 11, 2012
Designing an island for a high-end kitchen involves several decisions. To begin the design process, here are five questions you should as yourself. 
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The Luxurious Concetto Collection of Quartz Surfaces by Caesarstone

September 06, 2012
Handmade from individually cut semi-precious stones, the Concetto Collection by Caesarstone is a dream come true for homeowners, designers and architects looking for luxury quartz surfaces. Showcasing nature's most breathtaking hues and patterns while offering unparalleled performance, these quartz surfaces can not be matched by any other high end stone surface. Each Concetto quartz surface has its own lustrous hues and unique patters. Some of the Concetto quartz surfaces even feature translucent semi-precious stones that can be backlit for a brilliant effect. 
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Carrara, Calacatta and Statuario: Differentiating Between Types of Italian Marble Countertops

September 04, 2012
Derived from a Greek word that means "to sparkle, flash and gleam," marble is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious materials in the world. And although marble is extracted from quarries all over the globe, some of the most precious varieties of marble are found in Italy. The most popular Italian marble varieties are carrara, calacatta and statuario. To the untrained eye, these stones may all look like the same type of white marble. Confusion is also added because calacatta is quarried in Carrara, Italy.
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The Truth Behind Marble Countertops for Kitchens

August 28, 2012

A common misconception is that marble does not belong in the kitchen, and that it is better suited for bathrooms or other low-traffic areas. However, we'd like to clear up this delusion. While it is important to know that marble requires slightly more care to keep it from staining or scratching, marble can provide long lasting beauty and durability in the kitchen as long as it is installed and maintained properly. 

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New Ways to Incorporate Warm Marble Countertops in the Kitchen

August 23, 2012

The rare elegance of marble cannot be emulated by any other material. With exquisite softness, distinctive coloring, and dramatic veining, every slab of marble is completely unique. Marble surfaces result in an exclusive look that is both sophisticated and inviting. 

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Increase Customer Base With Retail Store Finishes By Neolith

August 21, 2012

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How to Enhance Home Designs with Decorative Onyx Slabs

August 02, 2012
Onyx is a truly unique stone. As a banded calcite, onyx has distinctive patterns and incredible color variegation that can feature tones of gray, white, yellow, gold, orange or even deep amber. Because of its intriguing aesthetic appeal, this natural stone is used in various ways throughout the home do add elegance and drama. 
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Create an Accent Wall That Doubles as a Chalkboard with Honed or Natural Slate Tile

July 31, 2012
Slate is a metamorphic rock that has light brown to dark streaks and can be easily cut into fine sheets. With these natural qualities, slate has become a popular material for honed countertops and tile flooring. But did you know that slate is also commonly used as a natural chalkboard? 
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