The building that today is home to Worthington National Bank of Fort Worth, TX, holds a storied past. Originally built in 1914, the historic landmark was first occupied by a bank, and then housed a string of various tenants throughout the years. And due to the toll of time and lack of upkeep, the once-elegant interior marble work was in a state of disrepair.
In 1960, John Hoffmann set out on a mission to
build a stone operation that was characterized by quality workmanship and
“hometown” customer service. While the company, which was named Dixie Cut Stone
& Marble, Inc., started out small, it has continued to thrive in the more
than 45 years that it has been in business.
The owner of a private residence in Eugene, OR, carefully hand picked the stone products used in her home's interior design - creating a warm environment that is reflective of her and her husband's taste and personality
After running a successful slab fabrication operation in Sacramento, CA, for nearly four years, the owners of US Granite decided to open a second shop in Reno, NV, to further expand its production capacity
In this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design magazine, we present a Cevisama 2017 product showcase, some tips and tricks for renovating and updating, we sit down with Warren Sheets, CEO of Warren Sheets Design, and much more!