Origin: Although it’s unique, marble is a of a certain family of natural stone. Marble is created in streams underground. These streams gather materials like calcite and dolomite as they their flow over a long period of time. This process creates a build-up of of these materials, as well as other random materials, which eventually becomes solid. And what is created is marble.
Appearance: Marble is smooth, characterised by distinctive veins of color due to the variety of the materials that went into its formation. These vein patterns have a sort of appealing “liquid” appearance, which makes sense seeing how they were formed. Marble is known to have an artistic beauty, favoured by those with a similar artistic flair.
Effects: Once again, marble has a certain association with artistry, especially of the Renaissance. After all, not only is it a trusted building material, it’s also used as a go-to material for sculpture too. In actuality, marble has been used in the architecture of many cultures beyond the Renaissance, including Ancient Greece and Rome, to India, and to the Aztec civilization in Pre-colonial Mexico. This gives marble a sort of pan-cultural and timeless quality in your space.
How to use marble: floor tile, countertop surfaces, vanities, wall cladding, backsplashes, hearths and mantlepieces
Advantages: veining patterns in marble make every installation unique, supreme smoothness, excellent color selection.
Challenges: Marble can be vulnerable to acidic liquids common to kitchens, like fruit juice and red wine. Even if you are diligent about sealing it, it’s a good idea to be extra-vigilant about spills to avoid staining.
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