Bianco Carrara Marble is an iconic luxury Italian marble with white and grey tones. It is distinctively homogeneous, with a white-to-grey ground colour, gleaming grains, and smoky grey veins that run irregularly through the stone.
Jura Blue Grey is a German Limestone. It is a hard stone that is grey-blue in colour and has a cool, modern appearance. This Limestone has a timeless quality to it, with a quiet and uniformly rich texture that is embedded with small shells and fossils.
Pierre Blue is a Belgium Limestone that is distinguished by the presence of numerous white fossil remains that are cemented together by a microcrystalline gangue containing very finely divided carbon, giving the Limestone its black/blue colour.
Travertine from Italy is visibly porous, giving it a natural, textured appearance. The surface is smooth after it has been sanded and sealed. Travertine colours are typically warm, ranging from pale white or cream to beige or golden brown.
Red Travertine from Italy is visibly porous, giving it a natural, textured look. When sanded and sealed, the surface is smooth. Red Travertine colours are typically dark red, earthy and range from orange to desert sand red.
The dramatic red facade of Rosso Lepanto is a blend of deep reds. Merlot and mahogany combine to create a backdrop with incredible depth and complexity, which is complemented by a web of porcelain veining.
Statuario marble is the most valuable marble variety in Italy. It has distinct g veining that creates striking, bold patterns all over. Statuario marble has heavy, bold grey veining interspersed with finer patterns.
Rosso Francia is a classic French marble with a striking ruby-red façade and ribbons of pearl-white veining. The bold appearance of Rosso Francia adds an incredible flamboyance that exudes a romantic charm.