Marble is one of Mother Nature’s most prized natural stone creations. Across centuries, people have turned to marble to sculpt masterpieces and dress surfaces in elegant style. In modern day, this beautiful, veined stone is still beloved for its truly timeless appearance that complements nearly any contemporary design trend. However, marble’s tender surface often does not offer the level of performance to match modern sensibilities. True marble is very tender and prone to chip and stain, making it a poor surfacing choice for many commercial and residential applications. Thankfully—with tile collections produced with advanced technology, we can now enjoy the authentic appearance of marble yet also achieve the durability and performance required for modern spaces.
What variation of marble’s elegant appearance will fit the design of your commercial or residential design project? Crossville Studios has an abundant array of marble-look tile collections. Among our vast tile options, you’ll find stunning replications of some of nature’s most amazing marbles including the white and ivory tones of calacatta, carrara, and crema marfil, as well as dramatic black marble looks. You’ll even discover tile collections with nuanced surface visuals that blend detailing from natural marble to create totally new interpretations of this ceaselessly popular stone. From bookmatched styles with dramatic veining to softly veined, subtle looks, Crossville Studios has curated a full range of marble looks to answer every design style.
Where do you want to specify marble’s classic look? There are options for nearly any commercial or residential application imaginable. Porcelain tile created to replicate marble’s elegant appearance is ideal for applications in which the true stone would not be a viable option: high traffic flooring in busy commercial environments, countertops in the kitchens of busy families that cook often and enjoy red wine, walls in bustling hotel lobbies—and so much more. The design experts at Crossville Studios are here to help you specify the right marble-look tile for your specific applications.