Heat, absorption, and scratch resistant.
Leather – the rich, sophisticated texture of leather can be applied to stone as well. This finishing, whose result vary based on the stone itself, makes the surface matte, smooth, and stain resistant.
Polish – this finishing enhances the natural stone’s pattern and shades. The result is a bright surface with a refined look.
Waterjet – this finishing consists of shooting the surface with high-pressure water. This process gives the stone an extremely material effect and also avoids color fading.
A touch of hymalayan tropical forest.
Spider green is an Indian marble that reminds of the tropical forests of the Himalayan region it comes from. It has a green background and a dense net of white and light green cracks, just like a thick spider web, and creates a fresh, natural ambience.
Waterjet finished Spider Green Marble’s best application is wall coating — perfect for making living rooms brighter, and with a natural feel.
When combined with cobalt blue or light green lacquered furniture, the density of its background creates a bright ambience. The more softened with earth toned colors, the warmer the feeling. Enhancing its bold pattern, leather finishing makes Spider Green Marble a great material for counters. Combine it with brushed brass, copper finishes, and walnut or lacquered wood details to give furniture a modern flare.
Stone is subject to changes in shade, and veining. We pay the utmost attention to ensuring consistency of colour and pattern, but these may slightly vary — that’s what makes natural stones unique.