We specialize in a large range of natural stone for all types of applications. We carry more than 250 colors of natural stone in slabs coming from Brazil, India, South-African Countries, Europe and beyond.
Materials are chosen and meticulously inspected block by block at the quarries by tight collaborators. The diversity of our inventory of materials is a sign of the importance we give to the constant search for new materials to satisfy the needs of our customers.

Natural Stone Collection

Granite

A hard coarse-grained rock and one of the most beautiful natural stones in the world, granite consists mainly of quartz, alkali feldspar, and plagioclase feldspar, which contribute to its color white or light grey. The dark brown, dark-green, or black is due to presence of such minerals as hornblende and biotite mica. The molecules of these minerals entwine in a way that makes granite hard, difficult to damage, generally impossible to scratch, heat resistant, and durable, making it an ideal choice for flooring, wall cladding, pillars, kitchen counters, vanity tops, paved paths and decorative exterior applications. For maintenance-free elegance and durability, granite is unmatched. Though it is the hardest of structural stones, the amazing variety of mineral-rich colors and natural patterns gives it ornamental value as well. Resilient, lasting decades on end, easy to clean and maintain, granite is also very aesthetic. It creates a luxurious, spacious feel in any home, getting its glossy finish from highly powered polishing tools and fine grit diamonds.

Marble

Its elegance is legendary. Architects in the olden time used marble to its best effect, making the most of its strength, beauty, changing hues with light and weather, and its malleability in sculpture. Prized for its timeless style, texture and high-gloss polish along with a rich palette of beautiful colors, marble has a place anywhere in the home. Available in solids or dramatic veined varieties, marble may be carved or sculpted in many ways, making it one of the most versatile decorative stones. Often seen as a symbol of luxury, modern technology brings beautiful marble products even to budget-conscious homeowners. Marble flooring is best in low traffic areas, to avoid stains or scratched, and like most exterior stones, can lose its color in a highly polluted environment. It is easy to maintain though; all you need are the right applications and some simple equipment to restore it to its original sheen and condition.

Quartzite

Shimmering and sparkling with tiny quartz crystals, Quartz is a rock similar to slate with a medium grained texture and incredible durability. Differing mineral content creates many color variations, from the sedate white, gray or beige to more adventurous shades of purple and pink. Quartzite is widely used for wall veneers and decorative tiles. A naturally non-skid texture makes it a perfect candidate for flooring indoors and out, including areas with heavy traffic and exposure to the elements.

Other Natural Stones: Limestone / Sandstone / Soapstone

Sandstone

With a uniform texture, an appealing variety of colors and finishes, and weather resistant durability, it’s easy to see why sandstone products have been used for thousands of years for walls, floors, and pavers. As with other types of rock, its variations result from differing mineral composition – there’s a sandstone product to match any décor.

Limestone

The muted, soft tones of limestone are perfect for today’s casual and comfortable lifestyles. Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of minerals and crystal forms and it is very common in architecture and frequently used in buildings and sculptures. Available in hues of soft beige and tan, either polished or honed, limestone products are ideal for bathrooms, fireplaces, countertops and flooring in low-traffic, informal areas.

Soapstone

Soapstone is a natural stone that consists mainly of talc and chlorite. This is a very dense stone—weighing an average of 20 lbs. per square foot! It is a nonporous stone and will not absorb liquids and stains like other natural stones will. Soapstone is also heat resistant. Setting a hot pot on your soapstone counter top won’t scorch it or burn it. In fact, some cookware is made of soapstone. If you put in a soapstone counter top, don’t cut on it. Soapstone is soft. It’s so soft it can be scratched with a fingernail. Over time, the edges will soften and you’ll start to see small nicks, scratches, and indentations. If you like the aged antique look, the patina of this natural stone might be perfect for you. It will age gradually and gracefully. Soapstone is best known for it is heat retention. It is used extensively for fireplace wood stoves, masonry fireplaces, fireplace liners, and pizza ovens. It’s also used for sinks, countertops, island tops, chess sets, sills, flooring, and shower stalls.

Travertine

Valued for its banded, pitted “distressed” appearance, travertine adds rich, distinctive character to a variety of indoor and outdoor building projects. Its patterns and veining effects were formed by hot spring water percolating through underground limestone. When used for interior applications, travertine is often filled with cement, grout or resin and sealed to create a smooth, stain-resistant surface

Onyx

A translucent stone with a glossy, polished surface, onyx is composed of crystalline silica and closely related to agate, a semi-precious stone. Often found in caves, onyx is formed by the slow flow of cold, carbonated spring water. Onyx is available in pastel shades of yellow, brown, green, orange, and white. This exotic natural stone is about luxury and glamour. Although onyx is a form of quartz, it is a softer, more fragile material and great care is needed to maintain the natural beauty of this stone.