Materials:

February 13, 2017 - Our Materials Gallery is currently being renovated - the CaesarStone and Cambria Galleries are now complete as of today.

Quartz, Silestone, Q-Quartz, Soapstone and Travertine Galleries and descriptions will return within the next day or two, complete with more samples than ever before!

We have a large selection of materials available to choose from. This page only contains 6 examples of each type of material or surface in the left column preview slideshows for a faster mobile friendly experience. The additional sample galleries contained below each surface or material description will display all additional slides, approximately 60 per gallery.

Alaska White Bordeaux Cactus Delicatus Excalibur Four Seasons

Granite

Granite is a natural stone which comes in a variety of colors and styles and is excellent for all uses. Maintenance is a breeze with easy sealing methods once a year. Granite is very scratch resistance and can with stand a wide range of temperatures.

We feature over 200 styles of granite to choose from, many of which are still in the process of being added to our website. With so many choices, we've broken our granite galleries into 3 separate pages in order to help the images load faster for everyone.

Granite Texture and Sample Gallery 1
Granite Texture and Sample Gallery 2
Granite Texture and Sample Gallery 3
Bordeaux Grey Calcatta Gold Irish Conne Marble Opera Fantastico Rainforest Brown Verde Aquamarina

Marble

Marble is a natural rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals and comes in a variety of colors and designs and is available in 2cm and 3cm thickness, which is great for use in the bathroom.

Marble is very pourous and therefore requires extra sealing, however, with proper sealing, marble is a very durable surface.

Marble Texture and Sample Gallery 1
Almond Roca Q-Quartz Blanco City Silestone Alpine Mist CaesarStone Buckingham Cambria Sandy Cove Q-Quartz Siridium Silestone

Quartz

Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust and is a very common material used in many types of work.







Coastal Grey CaesarStone Albero CaesarStone Crocodile 3100c CaesarStone White Attica CaesarStone Fiero CaesarStone Lace CaesarStone

CaesarStone Quartz

Caesarstone combines beauty with outstanding performance, enabling you to bring your design imagination to life.

Caesarstone surfaces meet exacting standards of excellence from the initial procurement of raw materials to the final quality control check. Highly skilled and trained staff ensure the quality of a product that is unrivaled in the industry today. The manufacturing process begins with a rigorous inspection of all incoming raw materials. These are blended at a ratio of up to 93% natural quartz aggregates with pigments and polymer resins.

CaesarStone Classico Gallery
CaesarStone Concetto Texture and Sample Gallery
CaesarStone Movito Texture and Sample Gallery
Aberdeen Cambria Bradshaw Cambria Cranebrook Cambria Kensington Cambria Minera Cambria Princetown Cambria

Cambria Quartz

Cambria is a strong engineered quartz product coming in over 120 different colors and styles. Cambria is strong and has a diamond-like hardness that produces a care-free surface that is easy to maintain, stain resistant, does not require sealing. Cambria is also Food Safe because it is non-pourus and is also safe for commercial use.

Cambria Texture and Sample Gallery 1
Cambria Texture and Sample Gallery 2

Urban Cream Silestone Kimber Mist Silestone Pearl Jasmine Silestone Quasar Silestone Blue Sahara Silestone Mountain Mist Silestone

Silestone Quartz

Silestone® is the world's leading producer of quartz surfaces designed for high-quality kitchens and bathrooms, including countertops and sinks with advanced bacteristatic technology.

Silestone® Texture and Sample Gallery
Silestone® Basiq Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 10 images
Silestone® Cielo Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 5 images
Silestone® Custom Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 4 images
Silestone® ECO Line Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 11 images
Silestone® Etchings Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 2 images
Silestone® Eternal Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 6 images
Silestone® Galactic Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 4 images
Silestone® Iconic Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 2 images
Silestone® Influencer Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 5 images
Silestone® Life! Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 6 images
Silestone® Mesopotamia Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 4 images
Silestone® Mountain Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 6 images
Silestone® Mythology Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 10 images
Silestone® Nebula Alpha Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 3 images
Silestone® Nebula Code Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 4 images
Silestone® Nebula Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 7 images
Silestone® Ocean Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 4 images
Silestone® Platinum Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 5 images
Silestone® Rivers Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 8 images
Silestone® Stellar Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 8 images
Silestone® Stone Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 8 images
Silestone® Stonium Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 6 images
Silestone® Tropical Forest Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 8 images
Silestone® Zen Series Texture and Sample Gallery - 7 images

Bradford Cambria Q-Quartz Chantilly Taupe Q-Quartz Coronado Q-Quartz Pacific Salt Q-Quartz Peppercorn White Q-Quartz Toasted Almond Q-Quartz

Q Quartz

Q Premium Natural Quartz is made by an optimal fusion of quartz and resin materials. Treated and pressed, natural quartz stone is naturally beautiful yet incredibly durable and one of nature's hardest minerals.







Bordeaux Grey Calcatta Gold Irish Conne Marble Opera Fantastico Rainforest Brown Verde Aquamarina

Soapstone

Soapstone is largely composed of the mineral talc and is thus rich in magnesium and is most commonly used as a material for countertops and fireplaces as it can absorb, store and evenly radiate heat.







Bordeaux Grey Calcatta Gold Irish Conne Marble Opera Fantastico Rainforest Brown Verde Aquamarina

Travertine

Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs and is a common building material used extensively by the Roman empire and still in use today.