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Make your interior distinct
Canvastone‘s marble products for kitchens, bathrooms, showers, and others remain an enduring choice for many people. The reason lies in the sheer beauty of this natural stone, which can take any property to a new level style-wise.
In terms of sheer elegance, it’s hard to beat marble if you’re looking to add a subtle touch of class to your house or business establishment. And the timeless elegance of this stone will, with minimal maintenance, introduce a classic sophistication into your habitat.
In general, marble prices have dropped substantially over the years, allowing more and more property owners to take advantage of its natural splendour.
The marble appeal
Marble is a metamorphic stone formed by the recrystallisation of calcite-laden limestone as the sedimentary rock softened under pressure and heat, changing its texture.
Nature has given marble exquisite patterning, which will make your home or commercial property look luxurious and give it a sense of prosperity.
This unfading beauty of marble, with its subtle colourings and incomparable patterns, has established it as a firm favourite among home-owners in Singapore. No two pieces of marble are alike, and these naturally-stylish irregularities will make any surface in your home unique.
One disadvantage of marble is that it can be more susceptible to staining and scratches because it’s softer and more porous than some other stones, such as granite. Nevertheless, Matthew Holder, director of industry products at Houzz, the home improvement platform, asserts that the beauty of marble still makes it a popular choice.
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Canvastone’s marble products for the kitchen, bathroom, shower, and more
While marble is softer and more absorbent than granite, it’s still sufficiently robust for any application in your home.
The use of marble can greatly enhance the look of walls and floors throughout your premises. But marble products really come into their own in adding a sophisticated feel to bathrooms and kitchens, with the added bonus that they’re easy to clean.
However, you need to relate your choice of finish to how your marble product will be used. For instance, a highly-polished finish is ideal for a kitchen countertop but would be too slippery for a bathroom floor. Other popular finishes for marble include honed, for a natural-looking appearance, and leathered, for a soft sheen.
You can further customise marble countertops by selecting from a range of edge profiles, including mitred and bevelled.
Marble cladding & panels
Besides aesthetic qualities, introducing these marble products into your home can bring financial benefits: should you decide to sell your house, these features will appeal to many prospective buyers, potentially increasing the value of your property.
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Tops affixed with marble slabs, rather than tiles, are generally used in kitchens. And their durability will ensure a high-performing work surface over a long time while maintaining their stunning appearance.
Further, because of its heat-conducting property, marble can be used as a worktop. For example, frozen marble slab is used to mix and create ice cream in concept frozen dessert parlour – Marble Slab Creamery.
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Besides providing outstanding vanity tops in the bathroom, marble tiles will also significantly enhance splashbacks and bathtub surrounds.
Marble for a shower can be used to create an impressive lining for a shower room or cubicle.
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Marble vanity tops
They’re a particularly popular option for bathrooms. The feel of luxury that marble exudes is the reason why it’s the stone of choice in five-star hotels and restaurants.
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The extensive choice of marble colours makes this natural stone a popular option for surfaces in many areas of the home, including tiling, wall panels, floor coverings, and countertops.
Marble is typically a light-toned stone. When it’s been formed with few impurities, it’ll be white. Marble containing iron oxides or clay minerals comes in a huge array of colours.
The various colours of marble are beautiful in themselves, but are further enhanced by the stone’s natural heavy veining, graceful patterning, and grainy appearance.
Marble colours come with so many options that you can find just the right fit to reflect your individual style tastes and personality.
Besides personal preferences, marble colour can also be chosen based on business requirement. For instance, you’ve probably noticed how some chic hotels and restaurants often use black in their decor. They do this because black signifies elegance and luxury, which also makes it a favourite choice in homes, particularly when it comes to marble flooring colours.
Beige is a popular choice among neutral shades. It works well alongside many other colours to add a touch of subtlety, and it opens up many interior design possibilities. Beige marble countertops work well against a white backdrop.
Black is a potent colour symbolising self-assurance and was used by some ancient civilisations to represent life itself. Black marble cladding and panels go hand in hand with beige counters for a luxurious look in hotel and office building lobbies.
Blue is another colour with connections to nature, redolent of blue skies. Blue marble tiles in a bathroom will create an atmosphere of tranquillity and calmness.
Brown, with its association with earth, is regarded as providing a sense of security and dependability. A brown marble floor can give a traditional-style kitchen a complementary rustic appeal.
Unlike attention-grabbing red, grey is a shy colour that doesn’t like to stand out from its surroundings. The lack of colour in grey marble countertops, for instance, will create a subtle variation in brightly-decorated bathrooms and kitchens.
White signifies purity and serenity. A white marble top in your kitchen or bathroom will make the space seem bigger while giving it a neat, fresh appearance. You can add a little variation with white marble with pink veins, for a warmer feel.
The cost of marble depends on a few factors: The type of marble, its thickness and size, its grade, and special requirements like premium edge profile or treatments.
Marble pricing usually starts from S$140 per foot run.
Quality + Affordability
As a leading supplier of natural stone products, Canvastone can offer you a range of competitively-priced quality marble products to help you add a touch of charm and splendour to your home.
As an experienced installer of marble surfaces, we can guarantee your new kitchen, bathroom, or shower will be fitted to the highest standards of craftsmanship.
The high standard of our marble products and the expertise of our installation service are backed by our total commitment to satisfy or even exceed our customers’ expectations.