Arabescato Orobico marble offers patterns in grey and brown colours that pull together all the rich components of your space.
Arabescato Orobico marble offers patterns in grey and brown colours that pull together all the rich components of your space. In addition, it incorporates durability and value to your home and office.
Regardless of whether it receives a little or no natural light, the stone glows like an entire galaxy. In a similar way, it brings vivacity and royalty, and it is ideal to keep the temperature low in a room.
This grey marble is formed from sedimentary rocks that have suffered a natural crystallization of the original minerals. This resulting in interlocking stone rocks, which look marvellous. Marble rocks vary in appearance according to the different minerals that compose it. Are you wondering what is marble made from? It can be made from silica, sand, clay and iron oxides among others.
In Addition, these natural impurities allow for endless variation of stone types. Which is one of the reasons that have made marble the most famous stone in the world.
Marble has been used since ancient times in the construction of many monuments (Taj Mahal in India, Marble Arch in London, etc). Also, in statues (David by Michelangelo), paving and establishments of kings and emperors. More recently, and with the advance of new technology and quarrying systems, marble has become affordable. This, makes it a reality in residential homes, offices, shops, hotels and restaurants. You can also use the grey marble in other spaces, as it never fails to impress.
As well as being 100% natural, marble varies in size, pattern and dimensions. Similarly, each marble piece unique in its appearance. It also offers, slabs dimensions that vary from block to block and cover an approximate area of 5.5 square meters. If you wish to create large panels and original designs, marble is the perfect material.
You can source our marble in both tile and slab formats. In addition, there are thicknesses of 20mm and 30mm. And we can also source in thicker sheets and blocks of marble for special projects.