Skin Rock

Skin Rock is the expressive elegance of real stone. Natural beauty, surprisingly different: Skinrock opens up new horizons in the natural stone industry. Real Stone As natural and textured as created by nature. Unique colours for a myriad of designs. Each piece is unique, creating an ambience as individual as you Ultra Thin With a thickness of splitting rough 1.5 – 3 mm, it is lighter than any stone you…

STONE WALL DESIGN WITH GROOVE LINE

Small and simple lines meet the stone and its different tones and create unique surfaces, involving sight, due to light and shade effects, and touch, thanks to the imperfections of the natural material and the texture created. The groove line makes these surfaces suitable not only for wall, but also for floor covering, which represents the main strength of the stone.‎ The beauty of groove line design in marble stays…

Marble Vanity Top, Yes or No ?

Is marble is a good material for bathroom vanity Vanity Tops?   Yes, for a bathroom marble countertops are fine. You still need to learn how to clean marble properly (which is not hard) and once you do you’ll find it’s no big deal and you’ll have very few if any issues. If you are careless and neglectful, then you’ll have some problems with marble bathroom countertops or say if it…

White Marble in coming years

The research study covers the current scenario and growth prospects of the White Marble market (2020-2024) according to the analysis . This study includes a extensive analysis of the key segments of the industry and also the regional analysis that are taken place throughout the country. Global White Marble Market Overview: The latest study on the White Marble market published by TMR offers a deep understanding of the various market…

Pros and Cons of Volakas Marble

There’s something about the marbled grains on this flooring type that still screams ‘luxe’ after all these years. With a sophisticated, timeless look that’ll instantly up the fancy factor in any space, marbles – just like solid hardwoods – are sought after for their all-natural properties and exclusiveness. Volakas Marble is getting popular in Malaysia Market in this few years. We would like to share pros and cons of volakas…

Granite vs Marble : Which Suit Me ?

Granite and Marble are the most commonly used natural stone in the interiors and exteriors of your home. When we compare Granite vs Marble, the texture, colour and appearance plays major role in determining the type of stone.  Both are different in terms of aesthetics, degree of hardness, their ability to resist staining and overall durability and of course cost. Please note that all the stones that come out of…

Calacatta Marble

 Calacatta Marble is one such marble – a gorgeous, high-end natural stone desirable for its distinctive look and precious rarity for a range of applications. Calacatta Marble is distinctive with its thick, bold veining. Rather than the plentiful soft veins of a marble like Carrara, Calacatta’s hallmark is fewer but more dramatic and unstructured veins. Overall the color has a global appeal with designers and architects due to its soothing…

Making of Stone Sculpture

Carving stone into sculpture is an activity older than civilisation itself. Prehistoric sculptures were usually human forms, such as the Vebus Of Willendolf and the faceless statues of the cycladic cultures. Later cultures devised animal, human-animal and abstract forms in stone. The earliest cultures used abrasive techniques, and modern technology employs pneumatic hammers and other devices. But for most of human history, sculptors used hammer and chisel as the basic…

2019 Bathroom Trend for Marble

Lately, we observe on the international design scene an increase introduction of technologies in the bathroom’s designs – not only the high-tech Japanese toilets or the occasional wall-mounted phone and TV screen in hotel bathrooms, but the implementation of new technologies, materials, and approaches for the creation of innovative and expressive bathroom decor. In this exquisite creation of Alfredo, the marble gives a dramatic contrast to the dominating wood, and…

What Once Was Old is New Again- TERRAZZO

Once you start seeing terrazzo, you won’t believe you didn’t notice it before. If you’re out in a city, it rarely takes more than a minute before terrazzo—marble chips in concrete—shows up on a shop floor, on the stairs leading down to the subway, or in an office building. It was also the material of choice for airports, schools, or any public building built during the mid-20th century, when terrazzo…