Here’s some photos from our last project of Beautiful Pure White counters in an apartment overlooking midtown Manhattan.
FORO MARBLE NEWS & PROJECTS
Installation of a Caesarstone Nougat counter top!
Quartz is a great stone when you're in need of a more durable and nearly indestructible material. Quartz stone is also virtually non-porous, so you will not have to worry about spills and stains ruining your counters, just make sure they are sealed and regularly cleaned.
We just finished the redesign of our entryway into our showroom!
The images show some of our best work in marble, granite, and quartz counter tops.
We work with private homeowners, real estate agents, building owners, and management. We specialize in multi-unit projects in large residential apartment buildings. Our work is precision cut using laser templating to ensure a perfect fit in your kitchen or bathroom.
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GRANITE IS EXTREMELY DURABLE
Granite is a great material for heavy-use counter tops. You can cut vegetables directly on the granite without having to worry about scratching or damaging the counter. Granite is resistant to wear and tear and is one of the best stones to use for a worry free kitchen surface.
GRANITE HAS MANY DIFFERENT FACES
Granite is made up of many different types of crystals. The natural color of the stone will vary quite a bit giving each counter a uniqueness in rich & vibrant color. The most common colors include white, gray, black, pink, and orange. Since Granite is made up of crystals, your counter may have an interesting iridescent effect when viewed at different angles.
Horneblend & Biotite, Feldspar, Mica & Quartz are some of the beautiful crystals that make up natural granite.
GRANITE IS GREAT FOR YOUR BUDGET
Some of the most common granite is actually quite affordable due to the abundance of the material. The popular grey and black granite that comes to mind is made from hornblende and biotite crystals.
Granite is available in many different colors and can complement and style kitchen.
Granite can often mimic the look of more expensive stones such as marble & quartzite. Having a different finish on the granite can also change the appearance and give it the characteristics of various natural stones.