The thinner the stone is, the more translucent it is. Well that’s obvious right? Well the thinner it is, the more likely it is to change color as well! The one that is thicker (2cm) looks darker and more orange. And the thinner one lets more light shine through, and is way more yellow! We were trying […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Now you can bring the colorful iridescent in your home! This stone comes from Madagascar and you’ve seen it in jewelry. But now you can have it in your own home!Labradorite Lemurian Granite This materials country of origin is from Madagascar a region that is ultra rich in labradorite deposits. The material name is inspired […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We explain how easy it is to achieve a light or dark soapstone, by deciding whether or not to oil or wax your soapstone and what it would look like in comparison. You can even pull up oil with vinegar or windex.Continue Reading... No Comments.
What is soapstone? Soapstone is the material of choice for countertops designed to take a beating. A durable and hardworking natural stone, that is virtually maintenance free. Is soapstone too good to be true? Look to science labs for the evidence. Here is a breakdown to help you decide, if this is the countertop material […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Most overhangs for 3cm material without a plywood subtop are not to exceed 10-12″. So we’ve put together a few images on are some great ideas on how to solve this issue. The right amount of overhang Island seating generally comes in three heights: table (30 inches), counter (36 inches), and bar (42 inches). Each one […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Enjoy a special discount of $100 off of your stone purchase. Veterans receive an extra $100 off ($200 total). Today only 11/11/2016.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The abosolute best edge for softer stones would be the the 3/8″ round over aka “pencil”. It has the best of both worlds, with that contemporary clean cut look, but also the softer top rounded feel. And your pots and pans will tend to bounce off the top edge, opposed to chipping it. If it […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Its due to arrive the 2nd week of November! We have green, light & dark gray and black coming! Here is what we’re expecting.Continue Reading... No Comments.