Marble is formed from limestone that was superheated to form its distinctive crystalline structure. There are plenty of beautiful ways to use marble in the home—our love affair with this luxurious material shows no signs of waning. From vibrant colors to the classic white/gray Carrara, there are many different types of marble. Marble is porous meaning that liquids such as oil and wine can stain & etch marble. Despite this, Marble has always been a highly sough after material for kitchen countertops. Its resistance to heat has made it the choice for fire surrounds.
From the traditional marble fireplaces, to the contemporary marble bathrooms so popular today, there are many amazing iterations of this trend. Stop in to see the Stone Shop’s finest selection of marbles.