About Marble

Marble is a metamorphic rock which is composed of crystals from parent limestone or dolostone rocks. Since ancient times marble has adorned some of the most famous buildings ever created and has become a cultural symbol of tradition and refined taste. Marble is used mainly in the construction of statues, buildings, fireplaces, floors and countertops. It is a relatively soft stone and is hugely varied in colour and pattern. One of the most famous marbles is the Italian “Carrara” an elegant white marble, it is widely used throughout the world and is an emblem of immortality.

  • Marble, a precious and timeless stone

    Has been associated with luxury and beauty for hundreds of years

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  • Beauty in nature and stylish by design

    If you prefer charm and style over functionality, then a marble worktop is for you

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  • A practical choice for luxurious bathrooms

    The stunning Emperidor marble is a popular choice for bathrooms

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  • A tender surface with beauty & elegance

    Care and maintenance is an important part of owning a marble countertop

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  • Homely colours to complement your style

    With attractively matching splash-backs and extras to further enhance your kitchen

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  • Practical sink drainers to enhance your look

    Your own style of sinks and drainers are easily integrated to your worktops

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Delicacy and Beauty

Marble worktops represent delicacy and beauty and are becoming increasingly more popular for Irish consumers. This increase in demand is partly due to a clearer understanding and appreciation of this graceful stone. The use of marble as a work-surface will require certain protective treatments due to its relative softness when compared to granite or quartz. Setting the proper consumer expectation so they accept the reality of caring for this elegant surface becomes imperative when recommending marble for your kitchen.

People that own a marble countertop have a very well-developed appreciation for aesthetic beauty… they have an excellent sense of space and function… they have an artfully furnished home… and are likely to have a strong appreciation for the finer things in life, such as good food and fine wines.

Marble is a naturally delicate stone and will not stay in pristine condition forever. An aging and patina process will undoubtedly occur over time, especially in areas where it is used the most. Marble like any fine piece of art must be protected. A sealer will protect it from the acidity found in certain household cleaners and in some food and drink products. The sealing of your worktop is a simple wipe-on-off process which doesn’t require any special knowledge. Marble has a true beauty which is only found in nature, it is soft and porous and will most certainly never be perfect.

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