Marble and granite benchtops with beauty and elegance

Application: kitchen, bathroom, laundry, alfresco, flooring, facades

There are so many variations of natural stone available for home application. They can offer diversity and add a luxurious and unique design to your home. From a huge range of granites and marbles, to the new trend of dolomites and quartzites, you will have no problem finding a pattern and style to suit your budget and requirements.

Granite is a natural stone which is renowned for its extreme durability, hygienic and distinctive natural characteristics. As a result, granite can endure the toughest environmental conditions and is highly resistant to heat and UV rays. The material is less vulnerable to scratching and staining. This makes it a popular choice for all interior and exterior spaces, including granite benchtops. There are even options available now for granite benchtops that do not require post install surface treatment and maintenance.

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If budget is no issue then natural marble would be the perfect choice as it exudes pure elegance. It is a softer material than granite therefore generally not recommended for kitchen surfaces, although its unique smooth colours and patterns make it a very popular choice for bathroom vanities, bath surrounds and fire places. Through various processes we can achieve many different marble finishes such as polished, honed or acid washed to give it a distinctive look.

The latest trends of dolomites and quartzites offer a striking design aesthetic and style throughout a space. Dolomite is a unique stone formed over many years which is more hardwearing than marble but softer than granite. Quartzite can offer a range of colour variations to set your project apart and is resistant to stains, durable and hardwearing.

Travertine is another option that is a fantastic alternative to granite benchtops and offers a unique and luxurious design.

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