Marble, granite, and quartzite are beautiful natural stones, frequently used in well designed and appointed homes and businesses. Although each of these stones is natural and quarried from the earth, marble, granite, and quartzite have some distinctly varied attributes.
Cohesive interiors and design meshing from room to room are seen in both business and household renovations and new construction in the Capital region. The primary exception of late is the powder room.
If you’ve been into any newly renovated or constructed building, chances are good that you’ve come across some unique and new tiles.
No matter if you are renovating or building a new home, choosing the right countertops for your bathroom should reflect your style and mesh seamlessly with how you live.
STONE was approached by this homeowner at the outset of their new construction process for their home on Annabelle in Old Goodwood, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The homeowner had a clear vision of their style and design which maintained a clean aesthetic and classic styling.
The kitchen is the showpiece and hub of the home in this portfolio in Lexington Estates, outfitted with 3 cm Shadow Storm marble countertops using a standard edge and polished finish. The breathtaking metal finish backsplash adds depth and texture to the space. Fitting in seamlessly with the design are the undermount stainless steel sink and matte single-hole faucet.
CLOTH Baton Rouge will be hosting an Open House on Thursday January 26, 2017. The event will last all day, offering a chance for friends, clients, interested parties, and business associates to stop by the Lobdell location of STONE & CLOTH to view the new showroom featuring our custom, upholstered furniture selections and design services.
With the use of the same sophisticated raw materials that can be found in glass, quartz, and porcelain surfaces, Dekton employs a high tech process to create an incredibly versatile material with infinite application possibilities for both commercial and residential use.
So, the flood has come and gone, and the demolition has been completed. South Louisiana has started to dry out, and homeowners and business owners are looking to the next step- rebuilding. While the process is simple enough: find materials, buy materials, and install materials, the reality of the process is much more complicated, and most of it falls into two sectors- living practicality and design integration.