Semi-Precious Stones, Granite, Limestone, Marble, Onyx - Miami & West Palm Beach Areas

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Custom stone products?

“Natural stone” is a classification of stone quarried to be used for decorative purposes in construction; including flooring, cladding, and counter tops. The stone industry classifies stone based on appearance and density. Popular natural stone choices include: granite, quartzite, marble, travertine, limestone and onyx.

Custom Flooring

The timeless beauty and durability of natural stone flooring makes marble, onyx, limestone, and travertine tiles among today’s most popular tile floor selections. Nothing is more exquisite than a home entry, kitchen or bathroom tiled in an artistic custom floor design. The simple elegance and wide selection of colors, patterns, and textures of natural stone will compliment any residential or commercial project.

Slabs, cut-to-size

Natural stone cut to size and other custom options are available in all of our materials for commercial and residential building projects, design, and architecture needs. For more information, such as inventory or slab pricing, please contact us.

Semi-precious

Using semi-precious stones for any luxury project will create an outstanding artistic masterpiece to be admired for years to come. The wide array of extraordinary stones, such as, amethyst, agate, jasper, sodalite and quartz, are heat, chip, and scratch resistant, making them ideal for a variety of kitchen, bathroom, and flooring applications. Their non-porous surface is easy to maintain and displays an elegance to withstand the test of time. These exclusive stones continually captivate us with their breathtaking hues and shades, functioning as truly custom home art. The translucence of these ancient treasures offer us unique plays of light and color, and can be backlit for an even more dramatic effect. Adored for it’s bold and intense color, Stone Gallery is home to the largest selection of blue sodalite in the United States.

Granite

Granite is a most popular choice for kitchen countertops, flooring and other home and commercial construction projects. This igneous rock is quarried from deep below the earth’s surface and is widely used because of its strength and durability including its resistance to weathering, intense heat and scratching. Granite’s many finishes including polished, honed, and brushed, will provide your project with lasting beauty in the style you are looking for. 

Limestone 

Limestone is a sedimentary rock, found in nature around seaside landscapes and bodies of fresh water. Limestone is formed at the bottom of lakes and oceans making it less dense than marble. Limestone is a durable and long-lasting choice for any bathroom and flooring projects. Their soft and natural earth tones of neutral beiges, soft grays, and greens, lend to a comfortable and casual lifestyle. Limestone is a long-lasting and durable stone for shower, vanity top and flooring projects. 

Marble

Since ancient times, marble has been the premier building material for many of the world’s most beautiful historic treasures. It’s raw beauty, naturally delicate veining, and colorful patterns create a refined look of timeless elegance. Marble has become a cultural symbol of tradition, creating an atmosphere of sophistication and success. A properly sealed marble is easily maintained and is available in a host of finishes, including: polished, honed, rustic and antique. Marble can pull natural warmth into any room it is used in, and is a superior choice for countertops, floors, foyers and lobbies, fireplace facings and hearths, walls, cladding, and windowsills.

Onyx

Its spectacular beauty and translucency make Onyx a favorite accent stone in interior design. This statement stone is best used for an impressive decorative exclamation. Onyx is formed as a sedimentary stone in caves when mineral deposits build up and stalactites and stalagmites grow together. Onyx is perhaps unsurpassed in beauty because of its translucent, gem-like qualities, and lavish pillowing pattern, which brings a luxurious look to any interior environment. This material is available in a wide variety of neutral to vibrant colors that can be backlit for a more striking appearance. 

Quartzite

Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock in which quartz grains, originally from sandstone, recrystallized. The decorative stone has a unique mosaic appearance and is available in a wide variety of colors ranging from mostly white and gray with hues of pink, red, yellow and orange. The quartzite stone is very low maintenance and heat and scratch resistant, making it an ideal surface for any type of project, including wall cladding, kitchen countertops, and tile flooring.

Travertine

Travertine is a banded, compact variety of limestone formed by mineral springs, particularly where there are waterfalls, and around hot or cold springs. Throughout history, travertine has been used as a building material. The Romans used it to build monuments, temples, aqueducts, and amphitheaters. The Colosseum in Rome, Italy is the largest building in the world constructed of travertine. It is one of the most frequently used stones in modern architecture because of its unique swirl patterns, and neutral white, tan and cream colored varieties. This beautiful natural stone is available in tiles, mosaics, trims and slabs. Travertine is commonly used for paving indoor, as well as outdoor surfaces; and is available in numerous finishes.