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.
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.
Check out this infographic we found from Victoria Stone Gallery on what stone benchtop factors to consider. TrendStone Quartz feature on it, see how we come out amongst other types of stone.
There are a few important things to factor in in terms of practicality, your lifestyle, budget and of course the look that you’re going for in your kitchen. But don’t let that daunt you – there’s an option for everyone. We’ve put together a quick glance at what stone benchtop factors we think might help when considering your choices.