Marble remains in heavy demand for surfaces because of its elegant look, also has been a new design element in displays industry, marble can add such texture             and character, can go very modern. If you have any questions regarding a specific materials or have an alternative design you'd like to have quoted, please feel               free to contact us for more information.     

           You might have heard of or seen popular varieties like Carrara marble, but there are actually hundreds of different types. Because of different salts and minerals             in each place, the marble comes in a array of color. Your choice of hues includes solid white, solid black and a range of colors in the rose, yellow, gray, green,                 white and black spectrums. 



           There are two different "patterns"to consider: cross cut, which has a more open, flowered appearance, or vein cut, which is cut in a way that results in a more                 "striped"look. That statement-making, heavily veined marble is especially big right now. And warmer-hued varieties are also having a moment (for example,                   Calacatta Gold over Carrara, which can add a cozier element to a store). You also have the option between polished or matte finishes the latter tends to hide                   dull spots better, but there's something about a glossy finish that feels particularly luxe.


           Choosing the right marble piece comes down to designer's preference. Bright white marbles make a classic, luxe shop or display fixtures - as seen in the show -             Marble jewelry fixtures, for instance. Meanwhile, marbles that feature color can lend extra personality to your store.

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Man-made Marble

           Although natural marble receives a lot of attention from designers choosing new shops, man-made marble has significantly risen in popularity throughout                     the past few years. 

           With natural marble, even though will often read more unique, no two slabs are exactly the same, man-made marble is typically replicated for mass production,             and the imitation kind can be easier to maintain and significantly less costly than the natural deal. 

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           Man-made marble is less expensive since it isn't found in a quarry and is just a mix of elements that are poured into a mold. On the other hand, is not a porous             material therefore, it does not require as much upkeep and maintenance. The process of creating this marble has been designed to keep out the absorption of               oils and staining or discoloration. Also can make seamless splicing according to clients requirements.

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           Man-made marble is a creative process. it is poured to the specification of the client and can be customized according to what the client would like as far as                   color and grain preferences. The surfaces offer many benefits, from a range of different colors to choose from to the low maintenance properties of the material.


           The famous man-made stone is Corian, is a brand name owned by DuPont. Corian is made of about one-third resins and two-third minerals, it can be easily cut             and sanded, and the solid surface materials have the advantage of easier maintenance. If solid surface becomes scratched, the scratches can be sanded out. 

           Corian have over 100+ countertop colors now available encompassing a broad range of textures and it can offer truly unique qualities and a new world of                       possibilities for achieving a much more creative store design.       


           However, since DuPont's patent ran out, other solid-surface brands have jumped in with their own version of these countertops. These other versions include                 Samsung-Staron, LG-Hi Macs, Swanstone, Avonite, Wilsonart, Formica, Hanex, and Meganite.