Dark grey linear seams emerge from its light grey, almost white heart. The result is an exclusive material, perfect for distinguished interiors.
Its structure is its best definition. Dark grey linear seams spread across its surface, on a lighter grey backdrop where they crisscross, generating a very soft and different, almost white appearance. Its medium-fine grain makes it one of the most frequently-used marbles in interior design, especially as flooring, cladding and many other decorative applications, such as furniture veneer. As a slab or a tile, it is most popular in a polished finish. It is undoubtedly here where the piece achieves its greatest splendour and shines with its own light.
Its resilience, its extraordinary polished finish, its natural textures, variety and colour richness are only some of the qualities that have made of marble one of the materials preferred by decorators and architects.
Resistance to fire and heat
Marble comes in different textures, thus adapting to the different currents in interior design and architecture.
This is the most characteristic finish, achieving an inimitable effect that reflects light and objects like a mirror.
This finish gives the stone greater character and prominence when laid. It reflects the light, but with lower reflection. The surface is smooth.
A special treatment gives it a texture that enhances the natural properties of the stone and the aesthetic force of its seams. The surface is somewhat irregular.
Thanks to this finish, the resulting product has a rough effect and a rugged touch, perfect for making this product more resilient in exteriors.
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