Explore the Beauty of Natural Stone Tiles

Welcome to the International Marble & Inspiration Hub! Browse our captivating photo gallery featuring some of our favorite natural stone tiles and slabs. Let these inspiring images kindle your creativity for your next design project.

Marble: Timeless Elegance

Marble stands as the epitome of sophistication and is a favored choice in upscale homes and luxury hotels. Its elegant and refined appearance, available in a spectrum of colors and patterns, makes it a classic option. White and gray marble variations are particularly beloved for their enduring charm.

Granite: Durability Meets Beauty

Granite, renowned for its durability and resistance to scratches, stains, and heat, reigns supreme. It's the top pick for kitchen countertops and flooring, thanks to its robustness and easy maintenance.

Travertine: Unique and Natural

With its distinctive pitted surface and neutral hues, travertine exudes character. Commonly used in bathrooms and outdoor spaces, it offers slip-resistant properties, making it a practical and aesthetically pleasing choice.

Slate: Rustic Charm and Resilience

Slate boasts a rustic allure and formidable durability, making it ideal for outdoor patios and indoor floors. Its diverse color palette and sizes, often adorned with earthy tones, provide versatility in design.

Limestone: Soft Elegance

Limestone's gentle and warm appearance lends itself to fireplaces, bathrooms, and kitchen countertops. Its color spectrum spans from soothing beige to muted gray, offering an array of design possibilities.

These natural stone tiles embody distinct beauty and characteristics, each contributing to stunning interior designs. Let the allure of these timeless materials inspire your creative journey.


Terrazzo Flooring

Completed Project

Before beginning the installation process, it is important to ensure that the surface is clean, dry, and free from any debris. The subfloor should be level and free of any cracks or imperfections that could affect the final result.

The first step in the installation process is to apply a bonding agent to the subfloor. This will help to create a strong bond between the subfloor and the terrazzo mix.

Next, the terrazzo mix is poured onto the subfloor and spread out evenly using a trowel. This mix is typically made up of marble or granite chips, mixed with a cement or epoxy binder. Once the mix is spread out, it is allowed to cure for several days.

After the mix has cured, the surface is ground down using a series of diamond abrasives. This process helps to create a smooth and level surface and also exposes the decorative chips in the mix.

Once the surface has been ground down to the desired level, it is polished using a series of finer diamond abrasives. This process helps to bring out the shine in the terrazzo and creates a smooth and glossy surface.

Finally, any cracks or imperfections in the surface are filled in using a matching epoxy or cement filler.

Overall, the installation of terrazzo flooring is a complex and time-consuming process that requires the skills and experience of a professional flooring contractor. It is important to choose a reputable contractor who has experience with terrazzo flooring to ensure the best results.

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