Living with Stone celebrates the appeal and experience of natural stone materials for the home. It fosters a desire for organic surroundings that are the embodiment of textures, colors and durable finishes derived from only the finest quality materials. There are imitators, but no substitute for the authenticity and distinction of natural stone and no reason to settle for anything less. Living with Stone provides awareness, knowledge and inspiration for making natural stone attainable for any home. From lifestyle examples to product selection to care and maintenance, Living with Stone helps you research, plan, design, and build your dream home using natural stone!

Living with Stone celebrates the appeal and experience of natural stone materials for the home. It fosters a desire for organic surroundings that are the embodiment of textures, colors and durable finishes derived from only the finest quality materials. There are imitators, but no substitute for the authenticity and distinction of natural stone and no reason to settle for anything less. Living with Stone provides awareness, knowledge and inspiration for making natural stone attainable for any home. From lifestyle examples to product selection to care and maintenance, Living with Stone helps you research, plan, design, and build your dream home using natural stone!

Granite vs. Stainless Steel

Though not common in residential kitchens, you’ve likely seen stainless steel countertops in commercial settings. They are easy to clean and heat resistant.

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Granite vs. Concrete

Concrete countertops were a short-lived trend in the early 2000s. They are still seen occasionally, though. They are quite porous and even with sealer, can easily be stained.

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Granite vs. Recycled Glass

“Recycled” is a popular term for homeowners concerned with sustainability. These countertop surfaces are made with glass chips from a variety of materials

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Granite vs. Stainless Steel

Granite vs. Stainless Steel

Though not common in residential kitchens, you’ve likely seen stainless steel countertops in commercial settings. They are easy to clean and heat resistant.

read more
Granite vs. Concrete

Granite vs. Concrete

Concrete countertops were a short-lived trend in the early 2000s. They are still seen occasionally, though. They are quite porous and even with sealer, can easily be stained.

read more
Granite vs. Recycled Glass

Granite vs. Recycled Glass

“Recycled” is a popular term for homeowners concerned with sustainability. These countertop surfaces are made with glass chips from a variety of materials

read more
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