If you’re looking to add some renovations to your home, whether it be in your kitchen, your bathroom, or really any floor or counter space in your home that is starting to feel outdated, you may be thinking about adding some marble into your space to make it look beautiful and trendy again. If you’re thinking about what marble to use and you’re interested in exotic marble, we have the information you’ll need to make the most informed choice for your upcoming home project!
What is exotic marble and how do I care for it?
Exotic marble is marble formed from natural materials from the Earth (formed from volcanic activity) that can have varying levels of limestone in it, which has the ability to transform into a more porous type of rock that can come in many exquisite colors and unpredictable vein patterns. The colors can range anywhere from black, blue, green, yellow, silver, gold, orange, and red. The variation of these colors can be caused by different levels of minerals being present in the marble, different climate, or geological changes around the area the marble was formed. Each slab is unique, making your home feel personalized just to you.
If you opt to waterproof your exotic marble, it can be some of the best and most [wear and tear] resistant material in your home (making it perfect for high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms). Therefore, exotic marble can most definitely be seen as a long-term investment in your home.
Regardless, if you do decide to invest in exotic marble, you should still do your best to maintain its beauty by cleaning it with gentle soap and water regularly. Also, the marble should stay out of the sun/rain and away from wine or other acidic substances.
Exotic marbles we offer
We at Kol Marble and Granite want to make your home renovation project as easy and as beautiful as possible. Therefore, we offer a selection of exotic marbles to choose from. We offer Asterix, Blue Persa, Delicatus, Green Soapstone, Kalahari Dessert, Magma Gold, Mascarello, Purple Rain, Sierra Bourdeaux, Terracotta, Typhoon Bourdeaux-I, Typhoon Bourdeaux-II, and Verde Marinache.
If you’re still unsure of which exotic marble you think would look best in your home, or if you’re stuck between multiple types and need our help with the best choice for your project, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us through the contact form on our website for a free estimate!