What Is a Marble Tile?
Marble tiles are crafted from a naturally porous, deeply veined, and textured stone that is coveted by many for its luxurious beauty. The sheer variety of textures, patterns, and designs that naturally exist within marble make it an exceptional choice for adding interest and high-end glamour to your home renovation project. From dark green marble tiles that reflect the undulating tones of a stormy sea, to tranquil cream marbles that bring softness, light, and warmth into your living space, there is sure to be a marble that suits your design aesthetic and price point available at Stone & Tile Shoppe.
What Are Marble Tiles Best Used For?
Marble is a superior option for a wide range of home renovation applications. Each individual marble tile available from Stone & Tile Shoppe has its own unique pattern and striking veins, but all are finished with a high polish to best set off the beautiful natural design of the stone. Marble is of medium hardness and is slightly porous, so it needs a layer of sealant to ensure that it stays in great condition. Marble is naturally incredibly heat resistant and can be used to decorate fireplaces, for kitchen countertops, as a floor surface, or in bathrooms as a stain-resistant wall tile. It has long been the go-to choice for high-end home renovations.
Which Finishes Are Available for Marble Tiles?
Our marble tiles have a highly polished finish that allows the light to bounce off the stone’s surface, making whites appear brighter and darks deeper. The elegance and class of a highly polished marble cannot be overstated. This look does require some maintenance, however, as your marble should be buffed every couple of years so that it can maintain its spectacular shine.
How Do I Choose the Right Marble Tile for My Project?
Reminiscent of the finest houses and ancient palaces, marble tiles can be used to bring a touch of class and luxury to your home while remaining durable and practical for a wide variety of uses. If you aren’t sure which tile is right for your project, give our experts a call and we’ll be happy to help. Call us on 877-426-1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.