Set your decor apart with an amazing natural stone sink, created by nature and polished by man. Because every piece of stone is unique, no two sinks will be alike. While stone sinks cost considerably more than stainless steel, porcelain, or composite sinks, they will last a lifetime with proper care.
Please take a look at the new additions to the Granite and Quartzite natural stone inventory at MGSI in October!
What’s more dramatic in a living room than a stone wall backdrop? It’s amazing how something so hard and cold can translate into such a warm and inviting interior feature. Stone is a natural element possessing textures and colors that merge well with many design styles. A stone wall is a great choice for adding rugged good looks to a sleek, contemporary living room. It’s also a perfect match for a rustic gathering space. A stone wall adds movement to a room and is also a genius way to conceal damaged drywall or plaster surfaces.
Please take a look at the new additions to the Marble and Quartzite natural stone inventory at MGSI in October!
Please take a look at the new additions to the Granite and Quartzite natural stone inventory at MGSI in September!
As far as kitchen trends go, the all-white kitchen is one that’s always been a staple of kitchen design, and many wonder if it’s a trend that will remain popular indefinitely.
Today’s fireplace is far more aesthetic than it is functional, and the materials it’s made of are as diverse as the owners of the home itself. The natural stone you choose for a fireplace surround makes a strong design statement. And no matter what your style preference, there’s a material to help you reflect your unique personality.
Please take a look at the new additions to the MGSI Marble and Quartzite slabs inventory in August! Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
Please take a look at the new Techno Quartz Designer Collection – available at Marble & Granite Supply of Illinois in August!
When choosing outdoor kitchen countertops your priority should always be durability first, and looks second. Select a material that will suit the style of your house and your cooking style. Your best choices are natural stone or tile.