Stone can easily be reused, repurposed, and recycled into new applications.
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Read how upgrades featuring natural stone can increase real estate value.
How 2 stone companies foster a love for natural stone among local students.
Explore colors and patterns of thin stone veneer and applications options.
A case study on Chicago’s River North featuring a natural stone focal point.
Natural Stone creates art that becomes the focal point of any interior living space.
How designers are using natural stone to make bold design statements.
Designers use natural stone to compliment interesting color trends.
In many parts of the country, the most easily accessible material was natural stone.
The entrance of Boston Children’s Hospital created a “hide and seek” style wall made of Mesabi Black® granite.
Add beauty to your fireplace while creating a return on investment for your home.
How one homeowner learned not to be intimidated by her marble floors.
A story about making use of glacial stone picked from a local farm.
A case study featuring stone cladding in a hospital building.
Ideas for incorporating natural stone into your RV’s interior design.
What you should know before installing stone in wet areas.
Why one interior designer chooses natural stone for many projects.
When a trained architect was looking for a beautiful landscape on the West Coast to build a vacation home for his family, he looked no further than the Santa Lucia Preserve.
Find out why landscape architects prefer natural stone vs faux.
Greens go with just about everything: with black, stainless steel, and maple or cherry cabinets.
How to complement the greenery and flowers in your garden with natural stone.
Why natural stone tile is a good option for residential flooring.
In today’s marketplace, with many materials and design options fighting for your attention, natural stone stands out as the perfect choice for meeting all of your needs while also enhancing the sustainability of your home.
Native stone influenced the design of George “Doc” Cavalliere Park in Arizona.
The restoration and expansion of a distinguishing campus landmark in Dedham, MA
How natural stone has become a popular building material for tiny homes.
I was standing in the middle of a granite warehouse amid 42,000 square feet of stone slabs. My kitchen designer sent me here with just one piece of advice: see what speaks to you.
I was overwhelmed. Until I saw one particular slab. Then I was smitten.
Roosevelt Island features thousands of tons of Mount Airy granite from North Carolina Granite Corp.
Commonly used for kitchen countertops, stone is also a great choice for fireplaces, bathroom vanities, cladding, flooring, outdoor kitchens, and fire pits. Choosing the stone best suited to your project means you will enjoy your stone for many years.