The leftover materials from fabrication or construction are known as remnants. There are many different ways to address this issue and many advantages to identifying and using natural stone remnants in a project.
When a natural stone installation project is complete, fabricators stockpile remnants that are too small for countertops. These remnants present an opportunity for creative applications throughout your home.
Sandstone, by the most basic definition, is any stone that’s made mostly of sand-sized pieces that have been stuck together into a solid rock. That loose definition leaves a lot of room for variation.
Going top to bottom in high-end natural stone may not be within reach for some, but that doesn’t mean they can’t add high-end touches to their designs and give their rooms a touch of luxe.
Choosing the perfect material for your lifestyle and décor is the first step. The next phase is installation, and if you’ve never gone through the process you might not know what to expect.
Cost is a major deciding factor in most purchasing decisions. There are many factors that go into the process, which makes every homeowner’s situation unique.
When you head to the showroom to choose your natural stone, use these five questions to ensure you choose your best option.
Experts agree that countertops should reflect your personality and style.
From choosing a countertop fabricator to preparing for installation day.
How to choose the perfect natural stone slab for your project.
Stone is versatile and can be used in many places throughout your home.