Some of the world’s most famous office buildings use stone to create a striking interior, including the Empire State building (once the world’s tallest building) and the Burj Kalifa (currently the world’s tallest building). Stepping into the marble-clad lobby of the Empire State Building is as impressive today as it was when the tower was built in 1931. Why? Because marble lasts, so the designer’s original intentions are as fresh and vibrant as they were when the stone was first installed.
Quartz and granite are two of the toughest natural materials on the planet. In fact, granite often contains quartz. So what are the differences between granite and quartz? Are granite kitchen worktops better than quartz? Do quartz tiles do better in wet environments? Which should you choose for your home?
Last week we installed a couple of kitchen worktops in the London area. Take a look below to see the kitchen installations. Arabescato Marble Kitchen Worktop Our client went for this striking marble with grey veining for their kitchen alongside a marble wall cladding. The Arabescato polished marble has an Italian elegance and we are really happy with the outcome of this kitchen.