Category: Bath Design

5 Kitchens and Baths Featuring Statuario Corchia Marble

Italian marbles are famous for its luminous white background and expressive veining. Most people are familiar with the crisp gray veins of Calacatta marble and the soft, wispy strokes of Carrara marble. In contrast, Statuario marble varieties offer bolder styling with chunky, dark, gray-to-black veining in high variation patterns.  Statuario Corchia marble, in particular, has… Read More



The New Trend of Waterfall Granite Countertop Ideas

Natural design elements help to make a house feel like a home. Wood, stone, plant life, water features, and natural light are part of biophilic design, which reflects a love of nature. Waterfall granite countertops are becoming the newest trend right now in Connecticut and New York.



When Is It Time to Replace Bathroom Countertops?

Whether you’ve recently purchased your dream home, even if the décor is not quite to your taste, or you’ve lived in your home long enough that your last remodel is now long out of sight, you might find yourself contemplating a few home upgrades.


The Low Maintenance Countertop Design Guide

Between maintenance, upgrades, and daily cleaning, owning a home can sometimes feel like having a second job. That’s why it’s so important to select finishes and décor that make your life easier and more manageable.


5 Powder Room Countertop Ideas for a Small Space

“Powder room” is the term used for a small bathroom, often located on the main floor, which consists of only a toilet and vanity area. It’s frequently designed to serve short-term visitors, who won’t need a shower or tub.




The Leathered Quartzite Trend is In! Here’s What You Should Know

It’s easy to confuse engineered quartz and quartzite, which are both comprised largely of quartz. The main difference? Quartzite is mostly solid quartz stone, while engineered quartz is a manmade product featuring about 90% or more crushed quartz, mixed with binding agents, like resins and polymers, to create a nonporous surface material.