Popular Bianco Carrara white marble 2021-06-09 14:14:57
Bianco Carrara white marble is highly valued for its extraordinary whiteness, with slight blue and gray tones, very soft and very fine grain, reminiscent of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance. Michelangelo used it in his works and other masters such as Giovanni and Nicolas Pisano, or in public places such as the octagonal Gothic pulpit of the Siena Cathedral. In fact, its magnificent existence guarantees The highest level of luxury and quality. Unparalleled, when used in a polished or rough form in a bathroom, bathtub, fireplace or staircase, it will turn the space into something complex, far from anything imagined.

Advantages of Bianco Carrara Marble
Its elasticity, extraordinary polished finish, natural texture, variety and rich colors are some of the qualities of marble as one of the materials of choice for decorators and architects.

Timeless color: The tone of the marble remains the same over time, especially when used indoors. If you want to retain the original natural luster, just sand it and the stone will return to the same brilliance as it was on the first day.
Fire and heat resistance: The marble surface is resistant to high temperatures.

Marble has different textures to adapt to different trends in interior design and architecture.

This is the most distinctive finish that achieves a unique effect, reflecting light and objects like a mirror.
This finish makes the stone more distinctive and prominent when laid. It reflects light, but the reflectivity is low. The surface is smooth.
A special treatment gives it a texture that enhances the natural properties of the stone and the beauty of the seams. The surface is somewhat irregular.
Bush Hammered
Due to this finish, the final product has a rough effect and a firm touch, which is very suitable for making the product more elastic on the outside.

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