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Gone are those days when everyone used to visit stores to purchase every item what they wanted. With the technology advancement, all products available out there are also available at the click of a button. Below are few thoughts you need to remember while you shop Online.Read More
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Romancing the Stone - Onyx

2/11/14 3:49 PM

Onyx was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The name Onyx comes from the Greek word onyx means nail of a finger or claw. Legend says that one day while Venus was sleeping Eros/Cupid cut her fingernails and left the clippings scattered on the ground. Because no part of a heavenly body can die, the gods turned them into stone which later became known as onyx.
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Limestone was most popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Train stations, banks and other structures from that era are normally made of limestone. Limestone is used as a facade on some skyscrapers, but only in thin plates for covering rather than solid blocks. In the United States, Indiana, most notably the Bloomington area, has long been a source of high quality quarried limestone, called Indiana limestone. Many famous buildings in London are built from Portland limestone.
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Travertine derives its name from the town Tivoli. Tivoli was known as Tibur in ancient Roman times. The ancient name for the stone was Lapis Tiburtinus, meaning tibur stone, which has been corrupted to travertine. Detailed studies of the Tivoli and Guidonia travertine deposits revealed diurnal and annual rhythmic banding and laminae. These formations commonly occur in tropical and subtropical karst areas around the world.
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Tuscany Scabas Split Face
Tilesbay.com, the premier online store tile shop, has unveiled a fresh new series of Tuscany Scabas Mosaic Tiles.
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A Good tile surface should last for many years without any problems. Eventually, however, the grout in the joints between the tiles may deteriorate or crack. While it is possible that crumbling grout joints can signal a possible problem with the underlying surface, usually a few cracks here and there are indicative of grout that was improperly mixed and applied.
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Your natural stone has evolved for hundreds and thousands of years in order to become the beautiful piece you fell in love with. Little care will enhance its appeal and can even help it to continue improving with age. Because it builds significant value to your home, a little maintenance is well worth the effort. It will go a long way to ensure that your investment stays protected.
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Once you have found your unique stone (such as travertine, Granite, quartzite, porcelain) tile, you will then want to select a pattern that will compliment the natural beauty of your stone. Great flooring takes on added dimension and special interest when used in patterns. Make an artistic statement, enhance a space, or build on other décor selections. Using floor patterns is not difficult and the design payoff is substantial. Choose from a number of ideas that we present here, or design your own.

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White the first choice of Architects and Designers today for marble and granite? Ask one, and he’ll probably have a lot to say on the subject. So here’s our easy list of 10 top reasons why you might consider white for your next project!
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