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Baltic Brown

GraniteBaltic Brown granite perfect for countertops, backsplashes, fireplaces, and, in this case, refrigerators.

Smooth, beautiful and cool to the touch, marble is a timeless classic that never goes out of style. Whether you prefer the Old World elegance of white and gray Carrera or more contemporary colors, marble tile blends seamlessly into any décor or design. Marble adds value to your home and luxury to your life.

Marble is naturally insulating, helping to keep homes cool in the summer months and warm in the winter ones. Though very strong, it is softer than granite, and is prone to staining from red wine and other acidic substances. Over time, marble naturally develops a weathered warmth that is unlike any other surface. Light or white marble often has a translucent quality that absorbs and reflects light, enhancing the homey feeling.

Marble tiles are available in standard squares, modular, decorative accents, and mosaics that can be mixed and matched with other materials to create one-of-a-kind effects.

• Floors

The most popular use of marble tiles is in flooring. When properly sealed, marble is durable enough to withstand heavy traffic in kitchens, baths, and on stairways. Cool but never cold, marble is a favorite in almost any room, and marble floors are especially welcoming in foyers, entryways and vestibules.

• Small Touches

Porous and easily stained, marble tiles aren’t the best choice for kitchen counters or work areas, and the cost might be prohibitive. A marble-tiled island or bar top is an inexpensive way to lend a hint of sophistication and soften modern interiors. Marble fireplace facings gleam on winter evenings, the smooth surface dancing with reflected light.

• Baths

Marble truly comes into its own when used in bathrooms, as it’s suitable for floors, vanity tops, shower walls and tub surrounds, and using accent tiles in a contrasting color intensifies the feeling of opulence. Unique and eye-catching backsplashes can be created using marble mosaics, alone or in combination with other materials. Using marble tiles in a smaller bath is an inexpensive way to bring this high-end material into even modest homes.

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