For interior designers, architects and their fabricators there’s never been a better time to create a fireplace in natural stone.
If there's anything we love more than quarrying and hewing blocks of stone into unique products for our projects, it's seeing how designers and architects roll up their sleeves and get creative with them in their designs.
For the edgiest of designers the white kitchen is on its way out.
In Washington D.C., modern and historic live side-by-side, sometimes in the same building.
California designer Brooke Wagner knew just what she wanted for her personal kitchen, a warm atmosphere with touchable marble surfaces with that time worn texture you might find in a 150 year old French bakery. She just didn’t know where to get it.
Thanks to a twist of fate, and the turn of the astronomical gears, the path of today's eclipse traveled smack dab across the northern hills of Georgia near our historic Tate marble quarry, offering us a unique vantage point.
Topics: History and Heritage
It’s a dangerous situation. An architect who specializes in restaurant design let loose to design his own kitchen. There’s no end to the resources and ideas at his disposal. But if you’re Kellen Minor of Decatur, GA you take a cue from the classics and give it a modern update.
Have you ever been so in love with a piece of furniture that you designed the whole room around it? For two French Canadian homeowners, it just happened to be their countertops.
Being an avid DIY’er is both a blessing and a curse.
Cut it linear or on the rift, rough it up or make it shine. No matter how you slice it, this American limestone is the versatile, durable answer to all your soothing grey dreams.