White Marbles have been evolved into beautiful structures for ages now. Starting from the seven wonders of the world to homes, white marbles are one of the most widely used materials. Available in a wide range, white imported stones are available in different patterns, shades and thickness. The drawing of veins on these imported stones are characteristic and are unique to each variety. White imported stones stand as a symbol of luxury, sophistication and purity.
White imported marbles are eternally beautiful, priceless & unique. They come in streaky, dynamic wavy & stripy patterns that run across the entire marble surface though the density varies from block to block and slab to slab. Some distinct features of white imported stones include:
Makes the space look more bigger: White color reflects light and makes the space look visually expanded.
Complements any theme: White is a versatile color & it perfectly pairs up with almost everything.
Color of calmness & peace: White conveys a sense of purity, cleanliness, and peacefulness in any space.
Beautiful & Timeless: White imported stones give long lasting shine and add beauty to home.
Types of White Imported Marbles
Carrara White Marble: Available in polished & honed finishing and has numerous applications. It’s been used for thousands of years for things from sculptures to buildings to furniture. It also creates a beautiful counter for any kitchen or bathroom application.
Volkas White Marble: Available in Polished, Honed & Leather Finishing and has numerous applications. This stone is especially good for Exterior – Interior wall and floor applications, monuments, countertops, mosaic, fountains, pool and other design projects.
Statuario White Marble: This imported stone is generally of white color with distinctive grey and gold or black veining. It’s favoured for its strength and longevity. With striking color and finish, it’s ideal for walls and flooring.
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