Marble and granite countertops have more similarities than differences. They’re both stunning natural stones and the two require a similar amount of care. With a little TLC, both granite and marble worktops will keep their fantastic look for many years to come, bringing fabulous surfaces to kitchens, bathrooms and offices across the nation.
Quartz is a cost-effective, durable and visually magnificent stone. A great alternative to marble or even granite, quartz is growing in popularity every day, filling kitchens and bathrooms or any room that you may wish. As quartz is a very versatile product it can be used in any room, a stunning fireplace, stylish worktops or
Marble, a versatile material which is often used in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and more, adds a modern touch to any home or office. Marble is created by metamorphism, a natural method in which stone is produced. No two pieces of marble are the same, the natural process provides us with a beautiful stone in a
The kitchen is one room in our houses where we spend a lot of time every single day. So of course, it’s one of the rooms exposed to the most dirt, dust, spills, stains and other messes. The materials used to construct the kitchen can make the work of taking care of the kitchen much
Marble is a natural stone that’s uniquely beautiful and is often used to construct countertops, accents on furniture, and floors. It’s limestone that has gone under metamorphosis and combined with other natural elements and resulted in a material that’s veined with ranges of patterns and colours. If you want it to last for a long
Prepare yourself for a stunning visual experience of harmony between nature and technology. New shades, new dimensions, new beauty: experience the new Calacatta series. The new range of quartz surfaces from TechniStone that will amaze everyone: majestic, elegant, impressive and breathtaking. Iconic white background, interwoven with majestic and elegant dark veins. Dominant and yet seductive.
During the famous design fair ‘Salone del Mobile’ in Milan earlier this year, the terrazzo look was everywhere; floors, worktops, staircases, wall cladding and decorative features. The wheel of design is always turning at Diresco so they decided to breathe new life into traditional terrazzo by giving by it a spin. Together with Bram Bollen*