The Marble Galore project is one of the largest marble projects we have ever had the pleasure of working on, and truly required us to tap into our skills as artisans. This floor-to-ceiling wrapped fireplace with book-matched seams is the centerpiece of a living area that ties into a cool white marble kitchen. The island in the kitchen includes book-matched waterfall edging with 6-centimeter miters. To complete this project, we also had to create custom plug outlets for the island. This project truly showcased the level of expertise we have in the industry, and our top-notch skill working with marble to create high-end kitchen and living spaces.
MATERIALS USED: White Fantasy MarblE
This project presented our team with the challenging task of accommodating a farm sink and the cabinet bump-outs. This required a lot of creative thinking and patience to create the final perfectly polished look.
We chose to do a stacked edge instead of a miter edge for this project. A stacked edge is a more commonly used option with quartz due to it being easier to work around bump-outs, curves, and radiuses. It involves cutting a strip and gluing it to the back of the stone and requires more work to achieve the desired look. The mitered edge is somewhat more precise in matching edges and involves cutting two edges at 45-degree angles to create a 90-degree edge. Mitered edges provide a more seamless appearance in most cases. We have developed some trade secrets that allow us to create both stacked and miter edges perfectly to achieve the desired look.
MATERIALS USED: MetroQuartz Graphite & Everest White Granite
Powder Room Vanities
White Powder Room Vanity
MetroQuartz Titanium White
We were able to help design this vanity that showcases the curves and contouring our machine is capable of, along with an ogee edge.
Black Powder Room Vanity
Absolute Black Leathered GranitE
We fabricated a perfectly integrated undermount granite sink with a 7-inch miter and finished it off with a custom-made skirt to conceal plumbing.
It was our pleasure to work with this custom home builder. Knowing our eye for design, the builder asked us to choose materials that would go with white cabinets and a gray island. For the perimeter, we selected Absolute Black Honed Granite, and for the island Bianco Antico Granite. This industrial farmhouse kitchen took on a style of its own just by doing something as simple as using a variety of complimentary materials. We kept a clean look in the bathroom by using MetroQuartz Latinum.
This project is a true before and after success story. We took a typical builder grade kitchen and transformed it into a custom modern farmhouse kitchen. We suggested cutting down the dual level high bar island and transitioning it into a counter height peninsula island. This opened up the space between the kitchen and the family room. We replaced the builder grade Silestone with Della Terra Quartz Lyskamn. The undermount stainless steel sink was updated to a more modern farmhouse sink. Additionally, we connected the customer to a custom woodworker who fabricated a walnut butcher block island. The result is a kitchen worthy of a magazine cover.
No matter how big or small, we are up for the challenge. The sheer size of this statement island tested our skill and attention to detail. The island, with its 6 cm mitered edge, required two full slabs of Absolute Black Leather Granite. We were meticulous in making the seams appear seamless, a challenge on black material. In the master bath, we capped off the half wall of the shower with a 6 cm mitered edge, and fabricated a granite seat around the walls of the shower.