Mosaic and Flooring

Are you thinking of refreshing your home’s look with new flooring? Consider adding natural stone flooring to your home. Stone has been used as flooring for centuries. Many ancient buildings have natural stone flooring. There are many reasons why stone has been a top flooring choice for years. Learn about the benefits of stone flooring:

1. Durable

Stone flooring is durable. It can stand up to spills and high traffic, making it ideal for kitchens, hallways and bathrooms. Stone is naturally moisture and stain resistant, unlike wood flooring. Even though the initial investment for stone flooring may cost more than carpet or vinyl...

Stone has been used as flooring for centuries. It has been used for flooring in many famous buildings around the world. Why should you install a stone floor in your home? This article has the answer.

1.Variety

Stone comes in a countless amount colors and patterns. No matter your style, there is a stone available to compliment your home finishings. Plus stone flooring can be placed in many different and unique patterns. Check out some of the patterns below.

2.Unique

If you are looking for a truly one-of-a-kind look, stone flooring is for you. Because stone is a natural product, no two pieces are identical. No other home...

Stone mosaics are among the oldest forms of artistic expression.

Mosaic tile patterns offer an endless array of colors shapes and options to make your kitchen and bath uniquely yours.

As a specialty stone design firm experienced in factory-direct importing, our sources and your choices are virtually unlimited. Based on the scope of your project, we will search the globe to find exactly what you are looking for.

If it does not exist, we will design it, find a quarry to source it, a factory to produce it, and ship it right to your door.

From a single stone medallion, to a mosaic kitchen backsplash, to a complete custom mural...

Thinking of adding stone tile flooring to your new home or remodeling project? It's important to first consider where you will be using stone tile and what type of finish and characteristics you are looking for. The focus of this article is to give you a better understanding of the common types of stone and finishes and their characteristics. We will also talk about stone sealers and enhancers.

Stone Types

The main types of stone we carry for tile include: Travertine, Granite, Marble, Onyx, Quartzite, Sandstone, and Limestone.

Granite

 

Granite is formed by intense heat and pressure giving it a very hard, non-porous...

Looking for a stone bathroom or kitchen sink for your home? Carved Stone Creations carries a wide variety of different types of stone and colors that are in inventory and can be purchased from our Online Store. Take a look at some of the many options we have for stone sinks and see some examples of them installed in finished bathrooms and kitchens in this article.

Stone Kitchen Sinks

Granite countertops have been very popular for kitchens for many years, but what about a granite kitchen sink? Leave the stainless steel kitchen sink behind and invest in the durability and beauty of natural stone. Our kitchen sinks come in standard...

Kitchens and bathrooms are the home’s hardest working rooms and the most popular settings for stone (granite, limestone, marble, slate and travertine) – and tile (ceramic or porcelain) on surfaces such as backsplashes, countertops, floors and tubs, and sink and shower surrounds. Whether you’re thinking of sprucing things up with a remodel, renovation, expansion, or an all out conversion, these projects are still among the best remodeling investments, whether you’re looking to sell someday or just improve the living conditions. As a backdrop or a focal point, these materials create a style. For example, ceramic tile belies...

Strength, Beauty and Performance Under Foot Created by nature and enhanced by man - natural stone is a building material unlike any other. Rich in color, tantalizing in texture and virtually indestructible, it is the perfect addition to any home. Stone used as a flooring material is not a new concept and for centuries it has been found underfoot in dwellings spanning the globe. From the narrow cobblestone streets of Europe to the walkways of New Orleans, stone has been laid before us as a pathway on which we journey through life. Many of these antediluvian examples remain in existence today more beautiful than ever with the marks of time...