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Overview of our products…
When you purchase from BMC STONE, you can be assured you will receive the upmost professional service. Our stone suppliers sales team with their extensive product knowledge will help guide you on the latest stone design concepts and modern trends current in the market making a smooth transition from initial contact through to the final installation.
Engineered / designed stone
Engineered / designed stone in detail
Unlike natural stone, engineered stone is made from quartz crystals held together with a resin binder. They have a similar appearance to natural stone, but they possess benefits not available with natural materials.
The difference you notice in engineered materials is the colour and patterns(veins) which are more uniform or consistent, more so than the variations found in most slabs of natural stone, in most cases engineered stone can be more cost effective.
Our stone suppliers ensure the best-Engineered stone which provides clients greater control over specific colours, designs and finishes. The advantage when choosing engineered stone is it allows you to create a luxurious, modern look whilst capturing the feel and look of natural stone. Engineered stone is durable, long lasting and requires minimal care and maintenance.
Granite in detail
Granite is a natural stone, quarried from large igneous stone deposits found around the world. The stone is naturally quite rough and textured, but when it is ground and polished it takes on a smooth surface with rich lustre.
The variations throughout the stone are considered desirable since they give the slab character and differentiate it from others. For this reason, it is important to select slabs quarried from the same stone to ensure that the colour and amount of veining are similar.
Marble in detail
Marble is a metamorphic rock containing a high concentration of calcite or dolomite. There are many variations of marble based on the minerals which give it colour and veining.
Marble varies in the size of the grains and the amount of veining, so stone quarried from different parts of the world have a unique appearance. Fine-grained marble tends to be more consistent in colour. Heavier grains produce more variation in colour.
Onyx in detail
Onyx is a type of marble and it is actually also known as onyx marble. It is a gorgeous choice for a benchtop as it has a natural translucency and it also has distinctive bands of colour running through the stone itself. It is the bands of contrasting colours found within the material that makes it so unique and beautiful. Onyx comes in a range of colours including honey golds, minty greens, browns, reds, and deeper greens. It can be polished to a high gloss like marble can, but it can also be honed, which is a more matte finish.
Onyx is a stunning material on its own, but it shines even more if you can find a way to really accent the stone and highlight its beauty. An excellent way to do that is by using strategic lighting such as under cabinet lighting. The lighting shines down onto the stone and really brings out some of its more unique qualities.
Of course, onyx also looks amazing on its own without any help, and it looks best when it is installed as a large slab of material. This makes it ideal for use on your kitchen island or as a “feature” benchtop on your largest span of cabinetry. The real beauty of onyx lies in its distinctiveness and uniqueness – each piece is quite obviously different, so you are guaranteed to have something that is one of a kind.
Porcelain in detail
Porcelain is a ceramic product that, through a highly technological process, fuses raw materials using intense temperatures and extreme pressure. The result is a permanently hardened, ultra-compact surface that is versatile, non-porous, UV-stable and hygienic. Unlike quartz, porcelain is ideal for outdoor spaces as well as interior applications, such as kitchen benchtops and splashback panels, sinks, tables and bathroom vanities.
Porcelain is a popular material choice for horizontal surfaces such as kitchen benchtops, in many sought-after styles including perfect marble and natural stone replicas. Porcelain is the ideal material for contact with foods in residential and commercial kitchens. Surfaces remain extremely hygienic and resist high temperatures, thermal shock, mould and frost.