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Natural Stones for a Minimalist Approach

Natural Stones for a Minimalist Approach Author Bio: Nicole Andrews is the marketing manager for Euro Marble in Sydney, Australia. With a background in interior design, she enjoys writing about the latest industry trends. In her spare time, she walks her dog Rusco down at Bondi Beach. In an increasingly crowded world, the minimalist interior […]

Carrara v Calacatta – What’s the Difference?

Carrara v Calacatta. White marble, dark-veined, Italian origin. Both stones are highly desirable and have been used for centuries. From the construction of cathedrals to Michaelangelo’s most famous sculptures to your next-door neighbour’s kitchen benchtop. These white marble beauties have been quarried from the Carrara mountains since antiquity and show no signs of stopping – this is where the […]

Natural Stone Feature Wall in Vogue

Interior Designer, Gregory Vaughn, sees the potential of a natural stone slab beyond its most common use as a kitchen benchtop, island or bathroom vanity. Gregory Vaughn is talking a natural stone feature wall. After decades of specifying natural stone, he can truly appreciate a stone slab as a work of art from Mother Nature. Challenging the common denominator […]

6 Reasons Brazilian Quartzites Rock!

Brazilian Quartzites are fairly new to the natural stone application game. These unique, high performing stones look like marble, act like granite but are yet to be fully recognised as much as its counterparts, for their worth. We are pleased to stock a wide variety of the most exclusive and unique Brazilian Quartzites to Australia. Quartzites […]

New Black Granite Exclusive to VSG

Exclusive to Victoria Stone Gallery, from Brazil, is our new favourite black granite, Skyfall. This low maintenance, high-performing, jaw-dropping, black granite is perfect for those wanting a real statement piece – suitable for any application. Skyfall is a new material quickly gaining recognition, come and see it for yourself! WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? The stunning Skyfall quarry is […]

Jet Black Granite – An Alternative to Zimbabwe Black

Jet Black Granite – An identical alternative to Zimbabwe Black Jet Black is one of the finest-grain, natural black granites on the market. The slabs are naturally the darkest, untreated, and best-performing. Jet Black is one the hardest natural stones. Perfect for kitchen benchtops, bathrooms, fireplace surrounds, amongst many other applications.  Available in the highest quality of all […]

Room of the Week: Deep Blue Cabinetry and Veined Marble Forge a Wow Kitchen

The clients wanted informality, a hint of country and sophisticated materials. Here’s what their designers dished up Photos by Shannon McGrath.  Answers by Kate McMahon and Rob Nerlich, directors of mcmahon and nerlich Full article on Houzz. Who lives here: A semi-retired couple who were downsizing from a significantly larger residence Location: Malvern, Victoria Room purpose and size: A kitchen […]

Builders Turn to Carrara Marble Quarry

The Carrara mountains in Italy have been producing beautiful white marble since antiquity. In modern times, they produce the most volume of marble in the world Read the article below for an insight into how Italy’s Carrara Marble Quarry is standing now and still one of the most desirable choices of stone. Browse our range […]

Marble and Wood – How To Have Both

Designing or renovating a kitchen can get homeowners stuck on what sort of look and feel to go for. But, the latest in design trends are putting the unlikely together to curb that decision-making by blending two polar opposites – marble and wood! The combination of marble and wood is the ultimate textural contrast. The cool […]