Carrara Gioia Marble is one of the iconic luxury Italian marbles featuring shades of white and Gray. It is characteristically homogenous, with a white to grey ground colour, shining grains and smoky grey veins, which run through the stone irregularly.
Pierre Blue is a Belgium Limestone, characterized by the presence of a great many white fossil remains, cemented together by a microcrystalline gangue containing very finely divided carbon, giving the Limestone its black/blue colour.
Classic Travertine from Italy is visibly porous, giving it a natural, textured look. When sanded and sealed, the surface is smooth. Travertine colours are typically warm and range from the lightest white or cream to beige, 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 the orange to desert sand red
Breccia Aurora is an Italian marble having a vibrant beige colour with more or less marked veining, depending on the quarry of provenience. Breccia Aurora marble can present green and brown shades and unique intense red/orange veins.
Jura Blue Grey is a Limestone from Germany. It is a hard stone, grey-blue coloured, with a cool, modern appearance. This Limestone offers a timeless quality with quiet and uniformly rich texture embedded with small shells and fossils.
Invisible Grey from Turkey features a mix off white and grey background colours, with contrasting vivid structure. It is characterised by its dramatic shattered-look pattern of dark greys contrasted against the light grey background.
Verde Alpi is an Italian marble that shows a variety of tones that extend from dark green, almost black, to veining with a delicate touch of green blue. The base remains for the most part of a dark green color. Verdi Alpi is elegant and sophisticated.
Rosso Lepanto’s dramatic red facade boasts a blend of deep reds. The combination of Merlot and mahogany form a backdrop that holds incredible depth and complexity, complemented by a web of porcelain veining
Statuario is the most precious marble varieties in Italy. It is characterised by distinct grey to gold veining that create striking, bold patterns throughout. Statuario marble contains heavy, bold grey veining mixed with thinner patterns.
Rosso Francia is a classic French marble that boasts a dramatic ruby-red façade, interspersed with ribbons of pearl-white veining. Rosso Francia’s bold appearance adds an incredible flamboyance that exudes a romantic charm.