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New Arrival: 3cm Taj Mahal Premium Quartzite | Lot 21280

February 10, 2021

Bands of cream and tan makeup the ever-popular Taj Mahal Quartzite. This natural stone transcends design styles and works effortlessly with any look. Because Taj Mahal is a natural stone, each block of Taj Mahal Quartzite has great variability in its veining pattern. Visit any of our Florida showrooms today to discover why this stone…

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New Arrivals,

New Arrival: 3cm Blue Moon Quartzite | Lot 21280

February 10, 2021

Need to change the look or perceived size of your space? Then you may want to leverage the striping created in Blue Moon Quartzite’s multitude of layered veins. With a range of charcoals, grays, and creams, this elegant stone may seem cold but is warmed by casual clouds of honey gold. Block #21280 • Avg.…

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On Trend,

Factors to Consider When Backlighting Onyx

January 15, 2021

Prized for its exotic and translucent qualities, Onyx is a beautiful natural stone that brings a sense of elegance and sophistication to any project. When viewed under natural light, onyx has a dimensional and effervescent appearance that has made it a popular choice in the design community. These same qualities are transformed when backlit. Depending…

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On Trend, Solid Facts,

What is the difference between Quartz and Quartzite?

January 14, 2021

What is Quartz? Made through a manufacturing process using ground quartz, resin, and pigments, engineered quartz is a highly durable and beautiful premium hard surface option. Available in many design styles, including natural stone-like looks, modern concrete colors, and other patterns, engineered quartz is used in both residential and commercial applications, offering ease of maintenance…

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What does it mean to book match stone slabs?

September 26, 2020

Book matching occurs when two or more natural or engineered stone slabs are mirrored to match the pattern, movement, and veining found in the material. When the slabs are placed end to end, the veining and movement continue from one slab into the other, creating a continuous flow or pattern. Stones with strong movement and…

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