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Consider natural stone for lasting and unique design

Consider natural stone for lasting and unique design

 

Natural stone can be one of the best ways to beautiful a home. Most people would consider using marble, travertine, granite or other stone to be a permanent fixture in the home, thus providing great value for the price.

 

At Tile Trenz, we have experience in using a variety of different kinds of stone in many rooms of the home. The ways it can be used are virtually unlimited; use it where you would use any kind of flooring, counter tops or a backsplash. It can be used in most places where you might otherwise consider tile. Take a look at some of the projects we have done using stone tile.

 

Some of the stone types that we have are:

 

Granite – the hardest stone for countertops. Resists stains, scratching and heat. We have a large color selection that has different kinds of patterns and grain.

 

Marble – has a timeless and classic look. Its elegant look is perfect for bathrooms, fireplaces and furniture tops. Many people like to use it in the kitchen.

 

Soapstone – this stone has a vintage look and is heat resistant. It acquires a unique patina over time.

 

Limestone – a good choice for low traffic areas. Warm and inviting, it sometimes has fossils, which make for a one of a kind look.

 

Onyx – gives a very contemporary look and can be backlit if a translucent type. Many stunning colors and patterns make it a good match for baths, fireplaces and furniture tops.

 

Join our Facebook page to find information about new products, promotions and sales throughout the year. Visit the Tile Trenz showroom at 940 Gateway Commons Circle, Wake Forest, NC 27587 to see all the beautiful stone choices we have.

 

 

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