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Both these types of stone are extremely popular in the construction sector and – needless to say – they are both beautiful. Anyone dreaming of an elegant interior finishing in a natural style has a tough decision to take. Therefore, we are lending you a helping hand and providing you with a short guidebook, which will show differences between marble and granite. We will take a closer look at their chemical composition, their durability and appearance. Enjoy your reading.
Stone is a natural material, which despite changing trends, holds a solid position in diverse arrangements styles. It is mainly used to make countertops, sills, stairs and flooring. How to pick out the stone appropriately to match specific interiors. You will soon find out in the following article.
Since time immemorial, natural stone has added elegance to every interior. Stone, a timeless classic, which will never go out of fashion. Stylish effect and high quality of stone enhance prestige in every space providing its owners with a touch of luxury. Staying in interiors embellished with natural stone enables you to enjoy not only its beauty but also its functionality, highest quality and easy maintenance.
If you take a decision to have a fireplace in your home, you are bombarded with plenty of alternatives offered by a market. There are a lot of solutions to choose from. However, the most important aspect is to select a fireplace which is characterised not only by its aesthetic values, but which is functional and indefectible as well. One of the most frequent dilemmas potential fireplace owners have to face is to decide on the best insert. The most popular types are the ones with the lift-up door and the with side-hinged door. Besides, there are inserts with a sliding door. Does the way we open the insert really matter?