Marble Tile Vs. Porcelain: Why Marble Comes Out On Top
Classic, understated limestone look in four neutral shades to complement any environment.
Limestone look with subtle, organic variation and traces of fossils. It is inspired by marble and hard stones and the infinite colour schemes offered are a reflection of nature.
The look of fine-grained natural stone in four neutral shades.
Porcelain Marble Look Tiles
Traces of subtle wood impressions combine with a light linear cement look.
Graphics from wood and petrified wood in three seasonally-inspired color palettes.
Natural colors and veining reminiscent of marble and onyx in polished and matte finishes.
Granular movement modeled after vein-cut sedimentary stone. A natural quartzite look with moderate crighting and mica-like micro sparkles.
Matte subway tile with an undulated surface and sophisticated personality in six colors. A hybrid mix of antiquated stone, cement, and distressed wood.
The look of vein-cut limestone in matte and textured finishes. Inspired by the colors and veining of natural marble, offered in four unique options. Highly versatile collection of nine contemporary colors and three finishes. Inspired by the natural split finish of slate, offered in five neutral shades. Bold patterns that are a modern interpretation of classic graphic motifs. Full of character and inspired by the warmth and textures of fabric, wallpaper, and rich carpeting.
Clean aesthetic of hand-finished concrete in matte and wave textures. Offered in four colors with traditional planks, a prestigious herringbone pattern, and chevron for a touch of modernity.
An impressively accurate reproduction of attractive industrial brick. Metropolitan look inspired by graphics from cement, stone, metal, and wood.
Timeless charm with delicate veining reminiscent of natural limestone. The warmth and elegance of fabric gives life to this series while conveying a feeling of comfort. Porcelain stoneware wall tile with an urban hand-crafted style.
The collection has been created based on the marble quarrying tradition, the history of stone quarries, the influences of mythology and the history of the origins of stones such as amethyst, the sacred attributes of carnelian, the preciousness of malachite and the ancient origins of amber. High performance porcelain tile for heavy-duty applications.
The character of five unique stone varieties with a modern aesthetic.
Slightly mottled surface with the look of stained concrete. The look of blended stone chips replicates authentic terrazzo in four neutral shades. Rich with personality, movement, and the elegance of veined marble.https://www.marble-restoration.com/marble-tile-vs-porcelain-why-marble-comes-out-on-top-2/Marble
Classic, understated limestone look in four neutral shades to complement any environment. Limestone look with subtle, organic variation and traces of fossils. It is inspired by marble and hard stones and the infinite colour schemes offered are a reflection of nature. The look of fine-grained natural stone in four neutral...firstname.lastname@example.orgAdministrator Stone Restoration Blog