Like a dark and stormy night sky, Sahara Gray marble is tempestuous and wild looking. Its rich gray bedrock is a blend of tones, reaching from the coolest and darkest shades to those with a slight warmth. It has a fiery red and dark gray veining that winds its way across the tile's surface, just like rivers across the surface of the earth. And just as irregular as rivers, so too is Sahara Gray's pattern. There are no two identical tiles, each has its own unique effect, giving your home originality as well as style.
Marble is a hardwearing material, capable of both internal and external application. In fact, many of Michelangelo's most famous works were created using this beautiful material and left outside for the world to wonder at. Most of these stunning creations are still in existence today, evidence of marble's endurance. Despite this capability, marble is mostly used to enrich a home's interior as it makes a perfect flooring tile for bathrooms, kitchens, and hallways. It also works great as a countertop, backsplash, feature wall, and more.
Marble is slightly porous and therefore, just like most natural stones, it will need sealing upon application. This will protect the stone from any moisture damage or staining that might otherwise occur, giving you longer lasting tiles.
An antique finish is created with the beauty of a worn stone tile in mind. The stones have been ground down to give the effect of a tile with a history. While reclaimed vintage tiles can cost hundreds of dollars per square meter, our antique finish recreates this look for a fraction of the price.
But the benefits don't stop there. An antique finish possesses a number of functional benefits in addition to its superior style. Firstly, in terms of maintenance, a worn-in look is about as easy as you can get. The tile's effect embraces wear and tear, so you won't need to worry about keeping these tiles reserved for low traffic areas and won't need to concern yourself with regular upkeep.
Secondly, an antique finish offers a superior level of traction than some of the more refined finishes on the market. Therefore, even when used in areas that are prone to dampness, it offers sufficient slip resistance to make it a practical solution.
Sahara Gray is a modern take on the classic Pakistani marble, a high-quality stone that oozes elegance and luxury. Its cool tones look great when paired with white or pale gray walls and kitchen cupboards. Add hints of metallic for a high-end look, or wooden element for a relaxed and homely style.