Grey Beauty Marble

SKU: N/A Material: Color: Grey White Tags: ,


  • Thickness: 2 CM
  • Countertops: Yes
  • Exterior: No
  • Flooring: Yes
  • Freezing Conditions: No
  • Walls / Backsplashes: Yes


Marble is a metamorphic rock that forms from the recrystallization of limestone or dolomite minerals under high pressure and heat. This process gives marble its unique and attractive characteristics, including its distinctive veining  or movement  and wide range of colors and patterns.

Grey Beauty Marble (Also called Misty Land) has chromatic tones ranging from light grey to dark grey. It is a natural stone that looks like a Terrazo. Also looks similar to a Ceppo Stone.

Here are some key aspects to consider when discussing marble slabs in general:

Aesthetic Appeal: Marble is renowned for its natural beauty, which is the result of the various minerals present during its formation. Its elegant and timeless appearance makes it a popular choice for architectural and design projects. The color spectrum of marble includes white, beige, gray, green, pink, and more, with striking veining patterns.

Applications: Marble slabs are used in a wide range of applications, including but not limited to:

Countertops: Marble countertops are popular in kitchens and bathrooms due to their beauty and durability, although they require regular maintenance.

Flooring: Marble flooring is a luxurious option for homes and commercial spaces. It adds sophistication and elegance to any interior.

Wall Cladding: Marble slabs can be used to cover walls, creating a stunning backdrop in both residential and commercial settings.

Furniture: Marble is often used to create tables, desks, and other pieces of furniture that require a high-end, aesthetically pleasing finish.

Maintenance: Marble is a porous material, which means it can be susceptible to staining and etching from acidic substances. Regular cleaning, sealing, and care are necessary to maintain its appearance and longevity. Polishing marble can restore its shine and luster.

Durability: Marble is a durable stone, but its hardness can vary depending on the specific type of marble. It is not as hard as granite, which is a common choice for countertops. While marble can withstand daily use, it may require more caution to prevent damage.

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Walls / Backsplashes