While the North American market has historically had a reputation for favoring neutral colors when it comes to their home designs, decorative and glass tile products are now being utilized in more residential spaces to add a “pop” of color and point of interest to a living space.
Considerable thought was given before selecting Calacatta Gold Select marble as well as other trim pieces and finishes for a guest bath renovation, as the homeowner plans for this to jumpstart an entire home remodel
With kitchens and baths still cherished spaces among homeowners, designers are finding that their clients are taking their investment seriously, and they are willing to spend on premium stone and tile products
Wissahickon Schist and Vermont slate are among the regional materials used in the design of the David L. Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of William Penn Charter School in Philadelphia, PA
Eco by Cosentino has partnered with the Make It Right Foundation — founded by Brad Pitt — to donate sustainable kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities for new homes that are being rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina
In this issue of Stone World, we take a look at several U.S. stone producers. Among them is Quality Stone Quarries in Stigler, OK. The owner of the quarry has transitioned his business through the years to keep up with market demand.