Stone is a long-lasting material, a fragment of nature that does not know anything about similarities. That is why we will never find two identical pieces, as there are streaks, shade variations, and typical natural material characteristics that make it unique and unrepeatable.
In this case we are focusing on marble. Natural stone par excellence, which we find in varied geographical areas and in different colors or textures. The value of the natural material enhances this product, which also offers various installation and finishing options once it is treated.
Marble can be worked in multiple ways to achieve alternate effects and combinations. We can make uniform compositions with one same format or, on the other hand, mix different formats together to create more dynamic spaces.
Various formats can take place following a specific pattern. However, it is also possible to combine different colors, or to even merge both options to achieve a more daring, novel, and innovating style.
Journey to the origins
Natural stone is extracted from numerous quarries throughout the world. Each of these stones has a specific origin and we may not find it anywhere else on the planet.
That is why it can be from European countries such as Spain, Italy, Portugal, or Turkey; Asian such as China or India; or other countries around the world such as Brazil.
Stones with rougher finishes are in vogue currently, also known as Raw stone. This is a finish that is closer to the stone’s natural form. It is a style that is emergent at present, which is capable of contrasting with the style used in each home.
We can therefore see how the natural stone, in this case marble, offers us different and varied options to go in line with the latest trend movements. Let’s not forget that, thanks to the wide range provided by marble, this material covers almost any style that users want to see imprinted on both public and private spaces.