Material & Brands
Natural and Manmade Countertops

If you want to have a stone in any area, you can choose between man-made and natural stone.

Man-made stones are made from different synthetic materials such as acrylic, resin, marble dust, and other pigments. Natural stone, on the other hand, are cut from large mountains into blocks then to slabs. The pieces are polished to reflect the beautiful colors and movement.

Natural Stones



Granite stone is an igneous rock with a light color. It has grains that are large enough to be visible with the unaided eye. It consists of natural minerals such as feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole minerals. Granite has a naturally high stain resistance due to its hardiness. Each granite stone is unique, so it lacks uniformity when planning a big project.



Quartzite is a stone composed of quartz. It is a non-foliated metamorphic rock that is formed when a quartz-rich sandstone is altered by heat, pressure, and chemical activity of metamorphism. Quartzite has high durability, heat and weather resistant, and low-maintenance, but can stain easily if liquids spell into it for a lengthy duration.



Cristallo is a type of quartzite that is usually mined from quarries in Asia. Its rich white, ivory, and gold undertones give a beautiful and elegant appearance. Cristallo is a translucent material and is a popular choice to incorporate LED lighting on the stone. It is also non-porous making it stain resistant and one of the easier stones to keep clean.



Marble is a metamorphic rock formed through a metamorphosis of different rocks under intense pressure and temperatures. The usual minerals that form marble are calcite, limestone, dolomite, and serpentine. Marble has high-heat resistance, and easy to maintain, but it can be suspectable to scratches and stains, so it is best to use a sealer, avoid spilling acidic liquids, and handling sharp objects.



Dolomite is a sedimentary carbonate rock that mainly consists of the mineral dolomite. It is formed when limestone and lime mud come into contact with magnesium-rich groundwater. Dolomite is a durable stone since it is harder than several natural stones. If the stone is handled with care when around metal or glass, expect major longevity.



Travertine is a sedimentary stone that is created by mineral deposits from natural springs. It is formed when calcium carbonate is separated from shallow waters by a process of rapid precipitation. Travertine is highly durable and can last for a very long time but has a lower stain resistance. It requires more frequent maintenance, using pH-neutral cleaners and annual resealing to prevent discoloration over time.



Onyx is a rock that comes from a silicate mineral called Chalcedony. It has straight and nearly parallel bands or layers of color, which gives its distinct appearance. Onyx stones are lightweight, making it easy to install, and are well-regarded for its beauty. However, it is a more fragile stone that requires additional care to maintain its beauty.



Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is usually composed of tiny fossils, shell fragments, and other debris. It also dominantly consisted of calcium-bearing carbonate minerals such as calcite and dolomite. Limestones are a more affordable natural stone, and can be used in a variety of ways inside or outside of your home, but have lower durability and more stain prone due to being a porous material.

Man-Made Stones



Quartz is a mineral that is abundant on the planet. The common forms of quartz are rose quartz, carnelian, jasper, smoky quartz, milky quartz, tiger’s eye, and more. It is commonly used to create kitchen and bath countertops. Quartz have high durability and is very stain resistant compared to natural stones, but have lower heat-resistance, limiting the stone for indoor usage only.



Porcelain is usually formed using a clay mineral called kaolinite. It is usually used to create beautiful pots, bowls, and other decorative items. Porcelain’s low-porosity makes it very difficult to stain and has high durability.


Our natural and quartz stones come with a limited lifetime warranty for worry-free ownership.

Depending on the material, you can talk to your sales representative about the warranty. If there is natural discoloration or cracking, we will repair or change it if necessary. We do not cover externally caused damages.

Color Choices
and Textures

As a certified dealer of over a dozen suppliers, we offer hundreds of colors and textures for quartz and natural stones. You can find the best option to fit your kitchen style in our modern to traditional designs and funky, vibrant geode collections.