Natural Stone
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

Interest in all the Natural Stone continues to escalate, e.g. marble, granite and sandstone. This family of natural materials requires thorough understanding, laying by a professional tiler and an adequate care and maintenance program. Having said that, it is no exaggeration to say that ceramic tile manufacturers worldwide have become passionate about replicating the look of Natural Stone. There are ceramic tiles that look like timber, slate, marble, granite and in some cases the effect is so realistic you have to bend down and actually feel the material. That's interesting, because no matter which way you look at it, nobody really spends a lot of time feeling carpet or vinyl, but tile, in whatever form, invites consumers to touch it - as if that will impart a better understanding of its aesthetic possibilities or true potential. Tiling Example
Natural stone is perfect for bathroom vanity tops.
Natural Stone cannot be truly imitated. No two pieces are really the same and it's important to recognise that one must exhibit as much care in material selection at the installation stage as at the point of purchase.

Once again cleaning and maintenance is a key issue, but in spite of potential difficulties, the Natural Stone family offers magnificent potential for creation of a floor or wall finish that will remain durable and aesthetically pleasing for a lifetime.