Like a pearl, it glints and gleams with a magic that makes it truly exceptional in its cream marble category.
A breath of fresh air with a seagoing character, Mediterranean Pearl honors its name. Pearlescent seams splash its muted brown base and when the light strikes its rich surface, it brings out minuscule flashes that make it glimmer with its own personal identity. Much in demand for its outstanding decorative virtues, it is a perfect fit in settings dominated by good taste, subtlety and sophistication. This material is just right for raising interiors to an unquestionable level of glamour to meet the demands of those who appreciate an extra touch of uniqueness.
Resilient, extraordinary-looking when polished thanks to its variety, richness of color and natural texture. Thanks to these qualities, marble is a favorite material among architects and decorators.
Colors that last forever
Fire- and heat-resistant
The different textures of marble allow it to fit in with the varying trends in architecture and interior design.
This most characteristic of finishes achieves a peerless, light-reflecting effect in which objects look at themselves as in a mirror.
The stone achieves greater individuality and eminence when given this finish. It provides a smooth surface with low-key reflection.
The surface is somewhat irregular. The texture produced by this special treatment enhances the stone's natural properties and reinforces the aesthetics of its seams. It produces a slightly irregular surface.
The product that results from this finish is rough in appearance and rugged to the touch, making it more resilient when used outdoors.
Revealing the cream marbles
Ambiences in marble
Settings in marble Spaces decked out in natural beautyTake inspiration from marble
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