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Remodeling your old fireplace with natural thin stone veneers (stones sawn typically to between 1 ½” down to ¾ of an inch) or full bodied natural stones provides an updated, modern look and adds natural beauty to your space while also creating an excellent return on investment (ROI) for your home. read more

In the 18th and 19th century, homes were built from what was available nearby. In many parts of the country, the most easily accessible material was natural stone. Because of the durability of this material that comes straight from the earth, many of the stone farmhouses from that era still exist. Some remain part of fully functioning farms, while others have been converted for new purposes. read more

When guests and visitors approach the entrance of the Boston Children’s Hospital they are greeted by a “hide and seek” style wall made of Mesabi Black® granite. The stone provides a backdrop for the intricate design of animals and foliage, which the project’s architect and designer, Mikyoung Kim calls “Playful Nature in the City.”  read more

Geologists use the concept of the rock cycle to illustrate how rocks are born, and then are transformed by their journeys through the Earth, only to be recycled into new rocks all over again. Along the way, we get some amazing specimens of stone to enjoy, each one revealing telltale signs of its geologic past. read more

Stone in Mobile Homes

Gone are the days when a homeowner or entertainer would have to abandon the creature comforts of home when on the road. Today’s nomads and their interior designers are cleverly incorporating natural stone elements into motorhomes and RVs to surprisingly successful and luxurious results… Read More

I wasn’t sure how to clean marble, so I did a little internet research. What I found scared the heck out of me. For months, I just vacuumed and spot-cleaned with a moist paper towel. I was afraid to mop, since water can stain marble and I didn’t know how much was too much. Since then, I’ve boosted my confidence about caring for marble. It’s actually simple once you know the basics… read more