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Firenze International’s return

Firenze International would like to announce its return to the market.

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The myths of natural stone

Don’t let anyone tell you natural stone is not worth it! Natural stone is used in homes across the world and it’s not going anywhere soon. It is one of the most vertisle materials in the world. You can use natural stone for countertops, floors, bathrooms, showers and kitchen backsplashes.

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Bathroom stone trends

The bathroom is the second most used room in your house. That is why you should keep it up to date and modern. On average homeowners who remodel their bathrooms will get 66 percent of that cost back in the resale value of their home. That is a lot of money back for such an underappreciated room. Before remodeling your bathroom you need to make a budget and list of needs. Do research about how to maximize your space and which materials you should invest in. However, you do want to remodel your bathroom with trends that will last and bring value to your home in the long run. We want to share with you some of the bathroom trends worth investing on for the upcoming year.

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Kitchen countertop trends

Picking out the right countertop for your home is just as important as finding the perfect wedding dress for your special day. It can make or break the aesthetic of your home. Especially if you are planning on putting your home up for sale in the future. You want something that will help sell your home and still keep it modern and stylish. With the ever-changing kitchen trends heating up it can be challenging to keep up with all the trends. One thing for sure is that stone material in kitchens are always a win!  Here are some of the hottest trends that left their mark on 2018 kitchen countertop trends.  

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Natural stone vs. concrete

Finding the perfect type of countertop stone for your kitchen can be a struggle. You have a variety of options ranging from what’s trending to the most economical option. You might be stuck between two popular options: natural stone and concrete. We thought we could give you an insight into what each option can give you. And which stone source will provide you with the most bang for your money.

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Why natural stone is the best option for your kitchen?

Are you planning to renovate your kitchen into the kitchen of your dreams? You have probably started looking at all the cabinets, fixture and countertop options. However, you don’t really know where to start. Which type of countertops are worth your time and money?  Investing in all natural stone for your kitchen is the durable, eco-friendly and money saving option.

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Stone Formation

Natural stone is one of the most commonly used materials these days in homes and gardens. But have you ever stopped to wonder where it comes from or how it’s formed? Natural stone was created thousands and thousands of years ago when the Earth was just a ball of gas and minerals. As those gases began to cool down, they compressed and solidified.

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Marble in all styles and finishes

Marble is one of the worlds vast and unique natural stones. It may be overwhelming to select just one style or finish. Choosing your stone is just the first part of the selection process. You also need to decide which stone finish is going to work best for your project. Each finish gives marble a different kind of quality with unique characteristics and flavors.

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Natural Stone Remnants

Natural stones can takes millions of years to be formed by the Earth, and will last for many more years after it’s formed. Which is why homeowners should pay careful thought and attention to designing, constructing and using natural stone efficiently so waste is reduced or eliminated.

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Uses for a dramatic natural stone tile

By now, you already know natural stone is durable, abrasion-resistant and perfect for indoor and outdoor uses. Natural stone tiling is a newer and timeless trend hitting homes right now. Natural stone tiles can give your home an improved look while increasing the value of your home.

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