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Naturally occurring, marble comes in a wide range of unique patterns and colours, ensuring that every finish is truly one-of-a-kind. A popular decorative element for centuries, marble has become synonymous with class, beauty and sophistication, providing a spectacular visual aesthetic for both residential and commercial spaces.


Gaining increasing popularity in Australia, granite is widely used in kitchens around the country. This beautiful natural stone is hard wearing and as such, provides many unique benefits that are ideally suited for kitchen benchtops. These benefits include stain and heat resistance coupled with strength and long-term durability.


Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of calcite. Limestone often resembles untouched beds of the ocean with displays of remaining shells and corals. Commonly Limestone is produced in a honed finish, as most are not able to take a high polish due to its delicate nature. Limestone displays hues of soft ivory to subtle browns and greys which compliment any coastal surrounds. A low to mid-range hardness allows these stones to be used internally and some limestones also externally.


Quartzite has similar if not stronger physical-mechanical features than granite. Quartzite is suitable for both internal and external applications depending on the particular type. Quartzite can uniquely offer colours and veining similar to that of marble with the added benefit of the hardness of granite, making this the ideal kitchen bench top material.


Onyx is a calcareous material with a very fine grain and many veins running concentrically to one another. Onyx is an extremely variable stone with heavy veining. No two pieces of onyx are ever exactly alike, and one slab might contain dozens of colours. Onyx has strikingly dramatic colours and patterns making it perfect for vanity tops, walls or floor features, island front panel, bar tops and splashbacks. Onyx is a translucent stone that can be backlit to showcase its beauty.


Travertine is quarried from ancient hot mineral springs in exotic lands, Travertine is a banded more compact form of Limestone characterised by the many holes and chambers evident through the stone. Travertine varies in colour from dusty white to silver-grey to gold coral red and toffee available filled unfilled honed or polished creating a classy and sophisticated appearance. Current trends have moved towards a honed finish opting for a more untouched “old world” like appeal. Travertine is suitable for both internal and external applications.
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