Thirteen may be an unlucky number for some but there is nothing unlucky about this edition of Stone Focus, the 13th article in our feature so far. This week we are looking at Moonrock, a stunning quartzite, Bianco Rhino and Cayman Blue, two more gorgeous marble surfaces fit for the King himself (well done anyone who gets the Elvis reference in the title).
Cayman Blue is another luxurious marble combining vibrant sky blue with creamy, light veining. Together they create an effect rather like clouds rolling across a bright sky.
This surface would be another great option for opening up spaces in smaller areas of the house. Perfect a bathroom or kitchen.
Currently we have both 20mm and 30mm slabs available. Let us know if you would like to see more.
Despite being named after one of the largest creatures in the animal kingdom, this material is actually quite delicate in appearance. In person you cannot fail to be impressed by the subtle tones that navigate their way across the surface of this beautiful marble.
This stone is available in 20mm from our warehouse now so get in touch if you would like to arrange a viewing.
Moonrock really is a striking stone, which does exactly as it says on the tin, as they say. You could genuinely mistake this stone as having come from the moon, with the pattern being such a close representation.
With it being a quartzite, it is a great choice for kitchen counters and worktops, with some swearing by quartzites over the likes of granite.
Stock of this stone always goes fast, with plenty of 20mm at our warehouse at the time of writing. Let us know if you are interested in finding out more.