Choosing the right countertop is one of the most important details in designing a hotel bathroom or kitchen, and with all the options available, it can become a difficult decision. We want to help you narrow down your choices. Here are four common types of stone and solid surfaces and essential information about each type.
Marble is a metamorphic rock, meaning it is formed under intense heat and pressure. It is primarily made up of calcium carbonate. Marble is naturally the most fragile option of the four stones, but its unique veining featured throughout each slab makes it a very popular and timeless option. Marble slabs are commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens, but it is also an elegant option for a fireplace, surround or backsplash.
If you’re interested in marble, MGroup™ offers three types – Mstone®, Monza®, and Trevi®, each with its own unique characteristics. Our oldest marble line, Mstone, offers 11 colors, with neutral shades of black, white, beige, and brown.
Within our Mstone marble selection, we also offer Monza®, our marble tile patterns. Monza is durable, stain-resistant, easy to maintain, and provides high abrasion resistance. Each tile measures 126” wide x 59” length with a thickness of up to 12mm and includes a wide variety of 36 colors.
Trevi® is our large-format floor and wall tiles. These visually appealing tiles range in size and reach a maximum size of 150cm x 300cm. The tile features include a 3m2 panel made up of a 28mm thick honeycomb core and a 5mm thick marble skin that bears 50x more deformation and stress than a 20mm thick traditional marble slab. To learn more, visit our Trevi marble page.