Three more marbles feature in this week’s stone focus and once again we are able to see just how much contrast there can be between different materials. See our Black Marquina, Calacatta Bluette and Grigio Billiemi in all their glory below.
The Black Marquina, or Nero Marquina, is a classic looking marble with white veins that stand out strikingly against a deep, dark black. These particular slabs are in a polished finish and the result is a highly reflective, exquisite stone surface. To have this Spanish stone adorning your walls or furniture is to create an extremely elegant décor.
We have this in stock currently so contact us if you are interested in finding out more and we will be happy to provide further information.
I likened this beautiful stone to a water colour painting in our last full Materials Update and I stand by this comparison. With the way in which the colours appear to bleed into each other, it makes for a fantastic stone surface, that would appeal in any environment. The blend of blues and creams here would especially look right at home in a bathroom or kitchen.
Let us know if you are interested in any of this stone and we will be happy to provide more details in regards to availability.
In complete contrast to the previous two marble surfaces here, the Grigio Billiemi is a dark stone, composed of browns and greys. Also an Italian stone, this material is a good choice for walls on the exterior as well as interior, with it also being safe for use as flooring, with some care and attention and the right finish applied.
At the time of writing this stone is available in 20mm thickness. You can get in touch now to find out more.