Limestone is a sedimentary stone that consists of seashells and the bones of the sea creatures that have settled to the ocean floor. Calcium in sediment combines with carbon dioxide in the water to form calcium carbonate, the basic structure of all limestone and marble. Limestone contains suble variations in color and veining as a result of minerals that are present during formation. These naturally occuring variations in color add to the distinctiveness and beauty of the stone


Granite is a light-colored igneous rock with grains large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It forms from the slow crystallization of magma below Earth's surface. Granite is composed mainly of quartzand feldspar with minor amounts of mica, amphiboles, and other minerals. This mineral composition usually gives granite a red, pink, gray, or white color with dark mineral grains visible throughout the rock.


One of the main building materials from Antiquity, also used for sculpture. What we call “marble” is, essentially, a kind of limestone, which in turn is a petrified sediment, deposited hundreds of thousands of years ago. The recognizable characteristic of marble is that it can be made to shine by polishing and the Greek word μάρμαρον means “shiny”. The ancients also used this word for several types of stone that are not limestone, like granite. 


Travertine is often visibly porous, giving it a more natural, textured look. However, when sanded down and sealed, travertine tiles are smooth and suitable for flooring or as shower tiles. This stone is relatively soft and absorbent, so it requires a few coats of sealant to prevent debris from penetrating the stone.

Travertine’s colors are typically warm and range from the lightest white or cream to beige, gold, brown, and even red. Slight color and pattern variations between tiles keep them from looking too uniform. This type of stone is also available in a variety of finishes, including polished, honed, brushed, saw cut, and tumbled.

  • Split Face

  • Rock Face

  • Honed Face

  • Polished Face

  • Brushed Face

Split Face
Brushed Face
Honed Face
Polished Face
Rock Face
  • Southern Grey

  • Jet Black

  • China Pink

  • Dakota

  • Blue Pearl

  • Morning Rose

Granite wall
Granite post
Granite stair
Jet black granite countertop
Granite color chart
Pink Granite
  • Emperador

  • Elazig Cherry

  • Carrara White

  • Breccia

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Elazig cherry
Marble wall
Breccia marble
Hajar Alaswad Marble
Emperador light marble
Zebra marble
Carrara white marble
Emperador dark marble

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Travertine tile
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Satunia travertine
Polished Travertine
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