Premium Natural and Engineered Stone Products

Give your bathroom the makeover it deserves with stone varieties for bathroom countertops, elegant wall cladding, showers and more.

Premium Natural and Engineered Stone Products

Custom stone selection to match your custom kitchen design.

Premium Natural and Engineered Stone Products

Timeless stone sourced for your kitchen countertops.

Natural Stone

Natural stone is created from slabs of rock cut from stone quarries deep in the earth. Each slab has a unique color, pattern and irregularities depending on where they were extracted. Natural stone is one of the most luxurious materials available for design and every slab is a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

Granite

Granite is an igneous rock – the Latin word for fire. Formed from volcanic activity and composed of crystallized and solidified molten rock. Granite is non-porous and incredibly durable making it the perfect pick for both indoor and outdoor design. The stone is available in a wide variety of color hues. Granite shows mineral grains more than any other stone we offer.

Suggested Surfaces

  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Backsplashes
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Showers
  • Statement Walls
  • Tabletops
  • Outdoor Kitchen (Honed or Leathered Finish)

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

Marble

Marble has been a culture symbol since the Greeks and Romans first used it, representing a refined taste. Prized for its aesthetic appeal, marble is a timeless stone that is ideal for just about anywhere in your home. Formed when pre-existing limestone rock is exposed to the earth’s extreme heat and pressure. While white marble is most popular, we have a diversified selection of colors to choose from, each presenting emphasized veins.

Suggested Surfaces

  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Statement Wall
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Shower Bench
  • Tabletops

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

Quartzite

Highly desired with an appearance of marble, quartzite is a naturally occurring metaphoric rock, formed when sandstone is subjected to the earth’s heat and pressure. Quartzite is most commonly found in white, gray, and cream hues – often a favorite among designers.

Suggested Surfaces

  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Backsplashes
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Showers
  • Statement Walls
  • Tabletops
  • Outdoor Kitchen (Honed or Leathered Finish)

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudge

soapstone

Soapstone is a metamorphic rock comprised mainly of the mineral talc, making it soft or “soapy” to the touch but is a durable, heat resistant rock making it ideal for use in the kitchen. Although soapstone is a natural stone, it does not have a large variety of patterns or colors, mostly found to be in shades of gray, black and blue.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Counterops
  • Sinks
  • Backsplashes
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Showers
  • Statement Walls
  • Tabletops
  • Outdoor Kitchen 

Finishes

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

limestone

Limestone has been around for thousands of years due to the durability and density of the stone. Formed in marine waters, limestone comes in a variety of earth tone colors including dark beige, brown, taupe, gray and white. This stone is ideal for indoor or outdoor use as it can withstand all the elements of climate and weather.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Showers
  • Sinks
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Fireplace Surround (Indoor and Outdoor)

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

travertine

Travertine is a type of limestone formed by the rapid precipitation of calcium carbonate in hot springs. This stone was used to construct the famous Trevi Fountain and The Colosseum in Rome. Travertine is typically found in tan, light cream, gray and warm tones. As one of the most natural looking stones, travertine is commonly used as a flooring option for indoor and outdoor space.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Showers
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Fireplace Surround (Indoor and Outdoor)

Finishes

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

dolomite

Dolomite is similar in appearance to marble but is slightly more durable making it a good option for countertops. Heat resistant and less absorbent to liquid, this stone is desirable for those looking for a chic kitchen update.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Backsplashes
  • Shower Bench
  • Showers
  • Statement Wall
  • Tabletop

Finishes

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

Engineered

Engineered stone is man-made from ground stone crystals combined with polymer resin and pigmentation during the manufacturing process. Harder and heavier than a natural stone slab, engineered stone can stand the test of time but requires less maintenance. The consistency of color and pattern makes engineered stone appealing to the consumer looking for a perfect match when designing their space.

 

Quartz

Different than quartzite, quartz is an engineered stone with natural quartz making up a majority of the compound, finished with blended binder and pigment during the fabrication process. Quartz is available in a wide verity of colors because of the pigment added. As durable as granite, with little to no maintenance, this countertop option deserves consideration for your renovation project.

Suggested Surfaces

  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Backsplashes
  • Showers
  • Tabletop

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Matte – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Suede – A matte surface, velvety soft finish to the look and touch. It is highly resistant to stains and blemishes, as well as to heat. This finish does not require any additional wax or sealant to enhance its tone. It is designed to reduce the appearance of fingerprints and smudges

Porcelain Panels

Porcelain is a state-of-the-art manufactured ceramic material offered in virtually any color. With its high durability and ease of maintenance, porcelain is quickly becoming a favorite among interior designers. The engineered stone has a wide range of applications and a popular choice for wall cladding.

Suggested Surfaces

  • Statment Wall
  • Backsplashes
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Fireplace Surround (Indoor and Outdoor)
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Flooring

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Matte – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Specialty Stones

Our specialty stone selection features unique offerings of highly decorative exclusive material. We travel the world and carefully hand pick the best quality stone that you won’t find in other shops. These are the showroom show stoppers and we welcome you to browse our special selection.     

onyx

Onyx is an elegant, crystalline stone, often found to have transparency depending on the color, thickness and surface finish. Most onyx slabs can be backlit to enhance the stone’s natural features and transparency making it a standout piece for high-end bar space, a feature wall or bathroom.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Feature Wall
  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Backsplashes
  • Fireplace Surround
  • Tabletop

Finishes

Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

agate

Agate is a semi-precious stone found in the cavities of volcanic and metamorphic rock. This stone is commonly recognized for its colorful, translucent stripes or other patterns. These stones are then meticulously bonded using resin and epoxy to create a beautiful, transparent stone slab. Agate stone slabs are best shown off as a backlit countertop or as a feature wall.

 

Suggested Surfaces

  • Bathroom Countertops
  • Feature Wall
  • Tabletop

    Finishes

    Polished – Glossy mirror-like finish highlights the stone’s characteristics. Colors and textures become more vibrant

    Honed – A smooth surface without the gloss or reflection. Often called flat or satin, this finish is good for non-slip surfaces but may be susceptible to staining

    Leathered – A modern, sophisticated finish resulting from a brushed texture that adds subtle dimples to the surface. More stain resistant than honed, this finish hides water spots, fingerprints and smudges

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