Blog: From the Bedrock

Stone Cladding in Half the Time (With the Thinnest Stone)

Posted by Steven Schrenk

Back in 2014 Hugo Vega, vice president of sales North America at Polycor, noticed that the architects he was calling on were lacking a thin stone veneer that was light enough and strong enough for cladding large scale architectural projects. After some R&D within the company, Polycor went on to

Topics: Thin Stone, Exterior applications, Fabrication, Material Selection

From Backsplash to Hearth, This Modern Beach House is Wrapped in Luxe Thin Marble Slabs

Posted by Steven Schrenk

It wasn’t a trip to the park or the prospect of a new toy that excited Brooke Wagner as a little girl.

Topics: White Georgia Marble, White Cherokee Marble, Thin countertops, Fireplaces, Thin Stone, American marble

How Do You Care For Marble? Just a Little Soap and Water

Posted by Steven Schrenk

Melinda McCoy is what you call the everyday home decorator.

Topics: Marble, White Cherokee Marble, American marble, Kitchen, honed finish, Countertops

Ritz-Carlton Wraps Its Lobby in the Thinnest Marble Slabs on the Market

Posted by Steven Schrenk

If you’ve happened to step inside The Ritz-Carlton Chicago in the past few months, you may have noticed its interior is completely transformed.

Topics: American marble, Thin Stone, Pearl Grey Marble, White Cherokee Marble

Your New Coffee Table is Straight from the Quarry

Posted by Steven Schrenk

For too long our favorite natural material has been confined to kitchens, baths and facades. No more. With the help of some talented designers and craftsmen we're breaking natural stone out of the kitchen and bath mold and bringing it into your favorite interior living spaces. Enter The Stone

Topics: Stone boutique

Calm and Consistent Soapstone Crowns This Soho Loft

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

 

Growing up in sunny Southern California, Tommy Zung spent plenty of time in his formative years on a surfboard.

Topics: Soapstone, Alberene Soapstone, Natural Materials, Islands

The Schumacher Adaptive Reuse is Grounded in American Marble

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

The Schumacher and Bleecker Street have history. Located in the beautiful, iconic and oh-so chic neighborhood of New York City’s NoHo, this restored building has been sitting pretty on 36 Bleecker Street between Mullberry and Mott since the late 1800s when it was first constructed. Its roots

Topics: Historic restoration, American marble

Will You Be at KBIS 2018? Visit Our Booth

Posted by Steven Schrenk

We're just a day away from KBIS 2018 and our Polycor team can't wait to welcome you! If you’re attending the show we’d like to welcome you to Booth S3188.

Move Over Marble. Your Cousin Wants a Seat at the Kitchen Island (and dibs on the guest bath too)

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

Luxury. Elegance. To achieve these in a kitchen or bath design has always meant choosing marble. It's classical provenance and touchable texture are unmatched. And yet, it's cousin is getting a lot of attention from designers who want both the classic look and feel of marble and a fresh take

Topics: Limestone, Saint Clair, Masculine bathroom, Kitchen, Islands

Natural Stone is Our Favorite Too

Posted by Steven Schrenk

 

What do you do when it comes time to choose some stone surfaces for your new office? If you’re a North American quarrier, you choose all the stones.

Topics: American black granite, Pearl Grey Marble, Saint Henry Black, Cambrian Black

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