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Beautiful marble worktops created for Isle of Wight homes and businesses

If you are creating a new kitchen or bathroom on the Isle of Wight, we can help. A marble worktop is a stylish and hard-wearing addition to any project and can even be complemented by a marble floor.

 

What is marble?

Marble is made from calcium carbonate and forms into marble over many thousands of years, under extreme heat and pressure, which is why it’s called a metamorphic rock. It is known as a soft stone, though it is hard-wearing and will last a long time indoors. Marble comes in many colours, so you’re sure to find a colour to match your style.

 

Marble kitchen worktops

A marble worktop is ideal for food preparation, as they are non-porous, which makes them resistant to staining and bacteria. Marble’s thermal properties also make it perfect for making chocolates and pastry, and it is frequently used in chocolate shops and culinary school kitchens.

 

Marble bathrooms

Marble flooring and surfaces can be luxurious in a bathroom. The stones used to create them are beautiful and as an added bonus, they are easy to keep clean.

 

Marble flooring and stairs

Another popular choice for marble is using it for flooring and the stairs to give a glamorous appearance.

Marble Finishes

Choose your finish

polished

Polished

Gives a glossy, smooth finish. Normally brings out characteristics and colours in the marble.

Antique or Flamed

This matt finish gives a rough texture to the stone, with a natural appearance.

Satinato or Leathered

A less textured finish than antique or flamed, satinato or leathered provides a soft sheen with a light texture.

honed

Honed

Honed gives a matt and smooth surface, with lighter, potentially more greyed out colours.

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