So Many Types of Natural Stone!

When it comes to tile, nothing can beat the vivid colors and designs of ceramics or porcelains. However, if you want to give your home a natural, earthier look, then natural stone tile is the way to go. Here’s a quick guide to the different types of natural stone  and their various applications.

  • Marble

With its glossy texture and splashes of detail, marble tile is always an elegant choice for any home. When most people think of marble, they tend to think of the white variety—in reality, there are plenty of different naturally-occurring shades of marble. Whichever shade you choose, you’ll feel like a Roman aristocrat as you stroll into your all-marble bathroom.

  • Granite

One of the most popular building materials, granite is known for its amazing amalgamation of igneous rock that creates a fascinating peppering effect. Just as with marble, granite comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns, so you are certainly bound to find one that matches your style. Granite tile is an excellent choice for kitchen countertops, as it’s incredibly durable and hard to scratch.

  • Limestone

Just like granite, limestone is a very popular building material with many applications. It’s less expensive than marble and granite, and is typically lighter in color. Limestone is not as durable or scratch-resistant as granite, so it’s best used as a wall tile.

  • Slate

If you’re looking for a rawer look, then you’re bound to love the wild, rough texture of slate tile. The variety of colors and patterns make slate tile look wonderful on an outdoor patio, and it can do wonders for keeping your yard cool during the hot months.

If you arre considering natural stone tile for your next remodel project, contact us at Mosaic Tile and Stone. No one can match the variety and beauty of our imported natural stone, ceramic, and porcelain tiles. Give us a call today at (888) 815-2375 to get started with your project.

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