We have three more marbles featured in this week’s Stone Focus and I don’t think you will be able to argue with the quality on show. We have some strong patterns and some beautiful colours, so read on and soak them all in.
With a name that translates as Peach Blossom, this marble has a striking, light pattern of veins, tunneling their way across its surface. With a pale blue to grey aesthetic, this is another material that would be a great fit for a bathroom interior.
We have several slabs available in 20mm currently. Let us know if you want to find out more.
This typical looking grainy granite is the perfect choice if looking to select a new kitchen worktop. Being a granite, it is tougher in than a marble and more resistant to absorption and scratching too. With a blue tinge to the stone, you could easily fit this into a modern kitchen design and achieve great success. On the other hand, it would look at home in a more traditional setting too.
We have a few slabs of this available in 30mm so get in touch now for details.
Ming Green is a popular green marble, used widely in pale green or mint coloured interiors. It comes in a variety of intensities, with this particular block being a stronger green, with beautiful, dark veining running through it.
At time of writing we have some 20mm thick slabs in stock. Contact us for more or to arrange a viewing of this, or any of the materials above.