MARBLE

MARBLE has been very popular building material for millennia, quarried in mountainous regions around the world. Prized for its beauty, style, and elegance, this material has graced the palaces of kings and queens for centuries, making it an upscale, luxurious option for interiors. Marble is a very popular natural stone used for tiles and slabs for floors, countertops, and walls. It is a metamorphic rock that forms when a sedimentary stone, such as limestone, is transformed under heat and pressure into a harder stone with beautiful color and veined patterns.The look of a marble floor can bring the stunning power and dignity of a flowing mountain range into an interior space. It is relatively softer than granite. Marbles can be scratched by kitchen utensils so it is best to use cutting boards and other protective measures.

Pros:  Elegant Style, Translucent Color, Great Conductor of Heat.

Cons: Requires Sealing Annually, Scratches Easily, A Bit Costly.

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Absolute White
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Absolute White

Arabesto Carrara
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Arabesto Carrara

Avalanche White
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Avalanche White

Bianco Dolomite
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Bianco Dolomite

Calacata Lincoln
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Calacata Lincoln

Carrara White
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Carrara White

Crema Cappuccino
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Crema Cappuccino

Emperador Dark
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Emperador Dark

Emperador Light
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Emperador Light

Fantasy Black
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Fantasy Black

Fantasy Brown
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Fantasy Brown

Marmara White
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Marmara White

Mont Clair Danby
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Mont Clair Danby

Rain Forest
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Rain Forest

Statueritto
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Statueritto

Super White
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Super White

Thassos White
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Thassos White

Tundra Gray
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Tundra Gray

Turkish Carrara
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Turkish Carrara

Volakas
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Volakas