The many uses of marble
Marble is known to be a durable and versatile natural stone. Used widely throughout history, marble has a range of uses in art, design and architecture. The majestic Taj Mahal for example is made of marble. Completed in 1648, it is one of the seven wonders of the world, attracting admirers across the globe to take in its beauty.
Nearer to home, marble can withstand the test of time and add a touch of class in many forms.
Homeowners nowadays have a wide range of marble to choose from with a wide array of colours.
Some common marble are the Carrara marble, predominantly white with grey veins to give a cool welcoming vibe.
The darker tone Nero Marquina marble, on the other hand, is a dazzling black marble with white veining. This marble adds a touch of sophistication to contemporary looks.
Warm tones in marble such as Crema Bianco gives homes a timeless elegance and a touch of cosiness.
Besides flooring that many associate marble with, this versatile material is lends an elegant touch to bathroom and shower walls, floors or as cladding on walls to make a standout feature wall for any home.
Trending is also customised marble furniture from kitchen countertops to coffee or side table.
The use of marble is endless, speak to a qualified marble specialist today to see what we can do for you.
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