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A lot of homeowners and designers asking ask how is marble in the kitchen. Is it safe to put this on countertops or it's too gentle? Well.. It really depends. First of all.. What is marble? Marble is a metamorphic rock, which is a rock that has been physically and chemically transformed over time due to intense heat and pressure. Marble begins life as limestone, which is a soft stone made primarily of calcite.  White Carrara Marble is a

Keeping it Small, but Keeping it Real Through the Successes and Hardships of Small Business When you think about a small business, what comes to your mind first? Your local restaurant, or that cute boutique with best shoe selection or your local corner market? & What makes these small businesses so special? Why do you keep going back? What makes the experience different if you can get that same bowl of salad or pair of shoes a big corporate establishment? Here’s how we do it- Your local restaurant knows you

2020 is here which means new design trends on the horizon! A new year means a fresh start not just for burning off all of those holiday calories, but it’s also the perfect time to revamp your home. 

Standard backsplash means the lesser surface area covered in tiles. This means reduced damage at the time of kitchen makeovers. A full backsplash covers almost the entire wall. Any thought about changing such a backsplash means large-scale renovation. A standard backsplash offers more flexibility in terms of change of color and style. Full height backsplash also offers the ultimate protection for your kitchen. Using full height backsplash protects your walls from moisture damage, staining, and heat. Standard backsplashes Standard

Soapstone is a natural stone, it has been used for thousands of years because it is a soft rock that has an incredible ability to absorb and radiate heat. Soapstone counters are made from quarried stone. The stone is a steatite stone that includes chlorite, magnesite, and dolomite. Most also contain quite a bit of talc which accounts for the milky or powdery look and feel of the stone. Slabs with lots of talcs have been used by sculptors through

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