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Art for Your Countertops

When it comes to elevating the luxuriousness of your home, Italian white marble has no equal. Of all natural stones, white marble has been favored for centuries by Greek and Roman sculptors as well as modern day designers, becoming a cultural symbol of refined taste. For homeowners, its dramatic veining, characteristic swirls, and completely unique patterns bring art and jaw-dropping beauty into any living space.

Don’t let anyone tell you that marble should not be used on a kitchen countertop. Just ask renowned chefs and restaurateurs why marble is their preferred choice: strong and heat resistant, marble remains cool, a necessity while prepping delicate pastry dough.

Elegant and timeless, every piece of marble is one-of-a-kind and impossible to replicate. It also lasts throughout the ages…think Michelangelo’s Davide or the Taj Mahal. But, since marble requires a bit of extra care, it’s sometimes debated whether it should go into a kitchen or not. The short answer is — absolutely!

Book a visit to see our collection of these natural gems!

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