Marble

Since the time of the Caesars, marble has been a symbol of elegance.  Ancient Roman craftsmen produced objects of such quality from marble that many of them survive to this day. From the royal palaces to the public piazzas, the Romans also knew how versatile marble could be.  They used it for everything from tiling for walkways and floors, to constructing aqueducts and buildings, to statuary and architectural decorations.

Marble is still used in many of the time-honored ways, but modern equipment and techniques allow us to expand its use beyond even that dreamed of by the Romans.  Today, bath vanities, tub decks and fireplace surrounds infused with the beauty of marble have become much more commonplace thanks to technology. Shape and application for this ancient material are only limited by ones imagination. Its beauty will stand the test of time.

 

 

Quarried throughout the world, marble appears in a stunning variety of natural colors and patterns.
The marble category can be further divided into subcategories including onyx, travertines, slates,
limestones, and agglomerates. 



Resources

Use the following tools to familiarize yourself with our available marbles, edge details, and other options.


Marble Samples

View both close-up and full slab pictures of our in-stock marbles.  Also see information such as approximate slab size and origin.

 

Edge Details

View or download our available edge treatments that we can apply to your counter tops.  Also, try out our new Interactive 3-D Edge Viewer to help you visualize a finished edge.

 

Photos

View photos of some of our finished projects. Get ideas for your future projects.

 

FAQ

Find answers to frequently asked questions. You can find tips for care and maintenance of your marble here.

 

 

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