The many options available in natural stone for the home can all be categorized into three main types: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock.
The sequence of events which bring natural stone from the quarry to the home hasn't changed much since stone entered the homes of the ancient Greeks.
How long can you expect your natural stone counters to last? There's no reason to believe they won't last for thousands of years..
If you love Travertine but you’re not too crazy about the stone’s light shade you can always darken the stone. It's more cost efficient than replacing it.
Homeowners are always finding exciting places to display the beauty of granite in their homes. They often appear in kitchens, bathrooms and fireplace surrounds.
Quartz counters are a popular choice for busy homeowners since it's low maintenance and very durable. It's ideal for high-traffic areas such as a kitchen.
Anyone who's ready to install a new kitchen or simply planning for the remodel or update of an existing one should consider the benefits of a U-shaped kitchen.
Once you’ve settled on granite for counters, the color options are almost limitless, as long as your supplier boasts a large slab inventory.
There are so many factors to consider when designing your kitchen but one choice that often doesn't get considered is whether to have a single or double sink.
No one likes a seam in their counter. Especially when you spent months planning it out. Learn how to avoid any regret and be thrilled about your new counter.
Choosing the thickness of your natural stone counter is critical for any updating or remodeling project. It can affect the cost, installation and design.
As today’s kitchens are getting larger in size, the idea of adding a second island rather than one single counter island is becoming more popular.