Really like the idea of no mantle and granite (or other material) all the way to the ceiling.

ItÂ’s harder, and fabricators prefer to cut it with a granite blade instead of a marble blade. Rainforest is very busy and colorful so even if something did ever happen to the stone (which it probably wonÂ’t), itÂ’s highly unlikely that you will ever notice it.

Again, since we deal primarily with stones that have movement and exotic patterns, we already have a team that knows how to work with patterns. We love both the green and brown rainforests and would love it for our kitchen countertops . My personal opinion is that rainforest on the floor and counters will be too much and it will be just barely un-matched.

Matthew got involved in every detail from start to finish and ensured all work was being done according to plan. This is a pretty popular marble, so you will also see it in a lot of medallions and listelles.

One of the reasons marble takes more maintenance is because if you stain or etch a light stone with very little pattern, it will be noticeable.

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We would like to use in the kitchen and master vanities but would prefer the matte finish of the leathered finish as opposed to polished. I thought about the rainforest tiles, 12 x 12, but just not sure since with tiles the veining wouldnÂ’t be continuous and might look to busy in such a small space.




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Really like the idea of no mantle and granite (or other material) all the way to the ceiling.ItÂ’s harder, and fabricators prefer to cut it with a granite blade instead of a marble blade. Rainforest is very busy and colorful so even if something did ever happen...