When you think of coastal designs that embody the classic, seaside aesthetic, you probably picture whitewashed walls, weathered wood furniture and flooring, tons of natural light, comfy, slip-covered seating, and nautical décor. You might imagine fishing nets and colorful floats, oars and anchors, and seashells galore. It’s not hard to spot this style, which brings… Read More
Category: Stone Selection
A cottage-style kitchen can feel quaint, charming, and incredibly inviting. Features often include beadboard, painted cabinets, and a light, airy atmosphere that’s delightful and inviting.
Whether you’re ready to make an investment in your home or simply grown tired of your current kitchen design, you’ll find that upgrading your countertop surfaces isn’t as easy as picking a sample and calling it a day. There’s a bit more to choosing the perfect options and features to meet your needs and design… Read More
Marble is a classic natural stone choice for household surfaces ranging from countertops and flooring to shower walls and fireplace surrounds. Coming in an array of varieties, t’s hard to deny the luminous appeal of milky Carrara or the mysterious, inky depths of Marquina.
Part of Silestone’s Eternal Collection, the Calacatta Gold quartz design is meant to imbue your living spaces with all of the beauty and character of natural stone, including variations in color and veining similar to what nature creates. In other words, you’ll get the originality you desire, paired with the many benefits inherent to non-porous,… Read More
The mid-century modern design style hearkens back to trends made popular throughout the 1950s. In that time, designers favored a clean, simple style featuring both natural and modern materials, a pairing of neutral palettes with pops of color, and a reliance on geometric prints to enhance visual appeal.
Pairing countertop surfaces and cabinets in your kitchen design can oftentimes be a tricky balance, especially if you’re drawn to competing colors or heavy textures. Your design choices will depend on which element you want to stand out.
Gray tones may be the popular neutral of the last few years and it’s no doubt, subtle grays can be versatile and easy to coordinate. However, if you prefer warmer tones in your interior design, you may be on the lookout for countertop materials that offer hints of brown to pair with your white, black,… Read More
Some kitchen designs are timeless. For example, if you install a Calacatta countertop, chances are it will last a lifetime and remain just as appealing 20 or 30 years from now as it is today.
You’ve probably heard the phrase “home is where the heart is,” but historically, it’s also where the hearth is. While modern, central heating has made the fireplace more of a luxury feature than a necessity in many northeastern homes, the hearth used to be where people gathered to stay warm, share a meal, and enjoy… Read More