As proud suppliers of Brazilian Quartzites, we couldn’t agree more with this article!
Brazilian Quartzites are fairly new to the natural stone application game.
These unique, high performing stones look like marble, act like granite but are yet to be fully recognised as much as its counterparts, for their worth…
There’s a lot of speculation over what sort of natural stone catgeory Fantasy Brown falls under. Read on for the answer!
Fantasy Brown has landed in Australia! But there’s a bit of speculation over what sort of natural stone it is. Is it a Marble or a Quartzite? Long answer short, it’s a…
VSG answer one of the most commonly asked question in the stone industry – how do Marble and Quartzite stack up against each other? This article gives you a quick geological run down between these two very popular natural stones.
Marble vs quartzite? Both are both naturally occurring rocks, that share similarities. Though they share certain functions and physical features, marble and quartzite differ greatly in geology so in turn, performance as a benchtop material.
We’ve got a stunning selection of Super White, Super White Dark and Super White Premium. This article written by Victoria Stone Gallery answers some common question on this unique natural stone, that looks like Marble yet peforms like a Granite.
Super White Dolomite is a fantastic natural stone option to have in the household for kitchen benchtops, island tops, splashbacks and bathrooms. It has the desirable marble-look, but Super White Dolomite is harder than a typical marble and comes in large-sized slabs. Here at Victoria Stone Gallery, we are fortunate to have a close relationship with the quarry, which is how we are able to secure a direct, consistent quality stone for Melbourne homes.
We have a lot of customers come to our Warehouse to check out this highly sought after stone. Here are some questions we are frequently asked about this highly sought after exotic, stone…
How does marble, dolomite, granite and quartzite stand up against eachother? Where does Quartz fit in? Check out this infographic by Victoria Stone Gallery.
Comparing the performance of marbles, granites and quartzites is never easy, but is absolutely crucial when choosing a piece. As the slabs are completely natural, each is made up with individual mixtures of similar minerals. This is how we categorise stone into types, granite, marble etc. With natural stone, no two pieces are exactly alike, in look or in composition. This uniqueness is the magic of natural stone!
Browse through our collection to find the perfect reconstituted or natural stone for your stone island benchtop! Still debating over one? Check out this article and 5 handy tips on improving your home with one.
A stone island in the kitchen can allow room for a lot of improvement in the household. It can buy you space, save money and increase home value. An island can transform from a family’s communal hub of the hustle and bustle, to being the centre of a night entertaining friends – the versatility one can offer is endless. Designers and architects these days are calling the kitchen ‘the heart of the home’ and here’s how we think your kitchen can benefit from an island.
So we all know renovating your kitchen or kitchen benchtop will boost the value of your home and impress friends and family. But, this article here tells of benefits you’d least expect to get out of renovating your kitchen! The kitchen is officially the heart of the home!
Does the thought of renovating your kitchen seem daunting? Do you have a million reasons for putting it off? Life getting too busy? Instead of reasons not to, we have put together a list of unlikely benefits you will achieve with renovating your kitchen, (besides the obvious benefit of having a new kitchen). By upgrading your surroundings, you are also upgrading your lifestyle.
What type of natural stone is Granite? What has it been used for, and why should you choose it? Read below how and why you should have a Granite benchtop and how you can maintain it.
You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard already the advantages of Granite benchtops. Strong, durable, and little maintenance required. Have it in your Melbourne home or bathroom for life!
Quartzite benchtops are a hugely popular choice in New Zealand and Australian homes. They look like marble, but act like a Granite or as close to a Quartz as natural stone can come! Quartzites are durable and heat resistant amongst other great mentions. Victoria Stone Gallery are specialising in Quartzite Benchtops over in Australia, and they’ve written a few hot tips on these Brazilian beauties.
What is Quartzite? How is it different to Marble? Read on into the world of this natural stone and why we recommend a Quartzite benchtop for your kitchen in Melbourne.
Keep an eye out for some coloured Quartzite benchtop beauties that we will be bringing in from Brazil in the new year!.
Have a read of Victoria Stone Gallery‘s previously posted article on Marble & 5 Facts Nobody Will Tell You, and now you’re thinking thats the stone for you? Check out this post on More about Marble where they discuss the type of stone that marble is, therefore its uses in ancient and daily life and why you should consider it for a stone benchtop! Have a look through our product gallery for some inspiration!
Thinking about buying Marble for your benchtop in Melbourne, Victoria? Here are some fast facts to get your shop on! Find out some more about Marble..