Clean straight lines with all the right parts
and pieces. Handcrafted jewel tones with
beautiful decorative trims. Create a simple
laundry room or a luxurious master bath. Forget
that you thought a room would be hard to design.
Forget that you think you hate green. From
cerulean to moss, from hemp to heather. It is
the perfect green. Just add a deco or a liner.
You'll see. It simply designed itself.
Tough stuff. Use inside or out. A myriad of
colors and sizes. Go from pool casual to
fireplace dramatic. Some have deep, rich glazes.
Some look like limestone. Mix and match with the
real thing for a beautiful look with a practical
application. Only you and your contractor will
know if it's the real McCoy or McNot.
Sparkle. Shiny. Tumbled. Used in Hearst Castle.
Can be used in his/hers castle. Accent a floor,
a walkway, a bar. Create a beachy look or an
elegant rotunda. Lots of sizes. Lots of colors.
Bright and bold, sassy and subtle. Clearly
Jewelry for your tile and stone. From liners to
medallions. From little to large. From accents
to statements. Pewter, Bronze, Copper,
Stainless. Choose your finish. Choose your
accent. Choose a most intriguing option.
Stone Accents and Moldingsc
Liners, listelles, torellos. What the heck does that mean? Tile talk
for beautiful, decorative trims that enhance a
backsplash, an entry, molding around a room, or
an outdoor fireplace. Fill in all the blank
spots. Your puzzle is done.
You've seen them in Barcelona. You've seen them
on HGTV. Maybe you've seen them in Santa
Barbara. Mosaics are making a comeback, with
even more colors and styles. Put them around a
backsplash or even frame a mirror. Say, "Make
mine mosaic." But in a Stone Design Gallery,
There's lots of names for this stuff. People ask
us for "Traverteen" and even "Traverstine."
Whatever you call it, it's called a lot.
Affordable and neutral, it picks up a beautiful
patina as it wears. In Europe it's used
everywhere. Here. There. Every wear.
Shells. Fossils. Funny looking squiggly things.
Beige, stoney, bathroomy, fireplacey. Created by
striations of fossilly, oceany, watery looking
creatures. Every day you'll see something new.
And want to squiggle.
This stone does shimmer and shine. It looks like
slate, but comes in colors lighter than slate.
Creamy whites, golden yellows, and grey greens.
Relax and watch the sunset from your newly
quartzited patio. Just add a glass of something
red and an aged Cheddar. Then it will always be
Outdoor and rustic. Inside and not. The most
beautiful floor to be seen was covered with
slate and oriental carpets. Each piece is
unique. A work of art. Warm golds, cool greens,
and eventide grays. Perfect. Wouldn't it be hard
to resist saying, "Slated for success."
This stuff is tough. And durable. It used to be
shiny, but now it comes honed and even antiqued.
The names are exotic - Juperana Fantastico,
Ubatuba and Blue Bahia. Come look at granite
just to see Blue Bahia, it's rare. Rarely passed
by. The perfect cooking encounter.
Marble is synonymous with elegance. If you have
traveled out of the country, you will notice
marble in so many places. From Michelangelo
statues to cathedral staircases, trod by
millions of footsteps. Marble has glorious
veining, enhanced when it's polished, softened
with tumbling. It flows. It swirls. It is
romance in a stone.
Fancy, stoney, intricate, colorful, exotic,
patterny, glorious designs for a home, bank or
outdoor garden. Ooohs and Ahhhs are the most
common response. Put one in a hallway and be
transported to the land of Ahhhs.
Hand selected crates of first-quality slabs sit
in a building adjacent to the Gallery. You won't
find the usual array here as our Manager and his
second favorite sidekick travel to pick slabs
from around the world. Granite. Marble.
Limestone. The best. The clearest. The most
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