FIND THE BEST AT BHANDARI
Knowing which marble to choose and how to choose it, is a tedious task for those who don’t quite know what to look for. Re-modeling projects catered by individuals sometimes go extremely haywire in the absence of correct information about the application of the marble so chosen. Architects and interior designers are, hence, on a constant hunt for best products to specify their clients.
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BhandariMarbleGroup strength lies in its constant attempt to provide new varieties of world-class processing products which are fully processed, calibrated, made to size with latest processing techniques to enhance the product to the best of its natural beauties. Our aim is to provide an experience to the end customer with the artistic beauty which is a unique gift of nature with natural stone and marbles.
Kishangarh is Asia’s largest marble market. Everything you had in your mind, about marble selection will change when you visit to the almost endless stock of marble at Bhandari Marble Group.
We offer over hundreds of shades in stone – from the bright sunshine yellow, red or golden to the eye cooling green, grey, beige or pink.
Our stones are available in many patterns, finishes, sizes and are ideally suited for both interiors and exteriors – flooring, walkways, wall cladding, roofing, pool, patio, counter panels, etc.
COLORFUL MARBLE, COLORFUL GRANITE, COLORFUL STONE
The principle advantage of marble and other natural stone in a bathroom is that it makes a bold statement of elegance and style. In centuries past, stone was chosen as a building material because of its strength and durability, but in today’s construction, there are other building materials offer better strength and nearly equal durability—as well as lower cost. What hasn’t changed—and probably never will, since marble and other natural stone exist in limited supplies—is that natural stone symbolizes exclusivity and style.
Aesthetically, every quarry in the world has a slightly different form of stone, and even within the same quarry, individual slabs of stone will have slightly different veining and coloring. This means that a floor, countertop, or wall surface made of marble or another natural stone will always have a completely unique look that is different from every other bathroom in the world.
The fact that natural stone is both expensive and unique means that using marble or other natural stone in your home almost automatically improves its resale value. Real estate agents will virtually always point out the presence of natural stone when selling a home, and prospective buyers always view it as a strong positive.
Some of the disadvantages of stone (and there are many) have now been reduced or eliminated by the development of chemical sealers that allow marble, granite, and other natural stone to be sealed against water and stains. The availability and effectiveness of these synthetic sealers are largely responsible for natural stone now being a viable material for wet locations such as bathrooms. Even showers—once off-limits to marble and other natural stone—are now seeing stone surfaces installed with some regularity.
In terms of modern interior design, the use of natural stone in bathrooms and spas is not limited to the floors and countertops. The use of ceramic tile in the shower was widespread through most of the 20th century, but the elegance of natural stone has become prominent in recent decades. Here are five types of stone that are ideal to install in the shower.
The preferred choice of ancient Roman architects has a very elegant and traditional look that can be preserved in the shower by means of choosing the right kind of marble and sealing it properly. When marble is cut into slabs and tiles, the stone is classified according to its soundness, which ranges from A through D. The best type of marble for the shower should be rated A, which means it will be more resistant to moisture once it is sealed for bathroom use.
Granite is a wonderful choice for a shower because it is resistant to certain substances found in modern hygiene products often used in the shower. Since granite is a common choice for bathroom counters, many homeowners choose it for the shower as well. Like the other types of natural stone found on this list, granite is easy to maintain thanks to spray-and-wipe granite sealer solutions such as Granite Gold Sealer®.
Dark formations of onyx are rare, particularly those that are jet black. Thereby, a quarry rich in black onyx would be a precious find. Onyx is predominantly beige, translucent, and very attractive when polished. Homeowners who choose this stone for the shower should keep brushes away from the tiles because they are more likely to be scratched.
In its most natural form, travertine is spongy and very porous. However, it can be treated and filled for installation in the shower. Homeowners whose bathrooms feature a shower/tub combination are known to choose travertine tiles for their walls.
The advantage of sandstone is mostly aesthetic. The earthy tones are even more prominent than those of onyx. Sandstone tiles and slabs cut for bathroom installation tend to be hard, and they are treated in a way that stops their metamorphic process even when exposed to water. Sandstone may require more frequent sealing than granite when used in the shower.
TYPES OF ITALIAN MARBLES
• BOTTICINO MARBLE
The Botticino marble is a special type of compact micritic limestone of beige.
The variety of colors of Botticino Classic marble is originated from the different concentration and trend of inclusions of organic and inorganic origin in the homogeneous background composed of fine mud, mainly carbonate and limestone, which takes the name of micrite.
The extreme compactness, the porosity and the low values of absorption, make it suitable for use outdoors and determine the mechanical characteristics such as resistance to compression, bending and wear.
For the beauty and the great qualities of strength, Botticino marble is widely used in architecture and interior design and is considered a worldwide very fine marble.
• CARRARA MARBLE
The main appeal of Carrara marble is its look. It is known for its white to light grey coloring with grey veining. It’s been used for thousands of years for things from sculptures to buildings to furniture. The purer the carrara marble (meaning the whiter it is with less trace minerals), the more prized it is for sculptures, such as Michelangelo’s David. The way the light hits the calcite crystals makes the stone look almost translucent and lifelike.
From a design perspective, Carrara marble has been a popular choice in places such as Italy for millennia. It’s great for things like chocolate making and pastry baking, as the stone stays cool as you work with it. It also creates a beautiful counter for any kitchen or bathroom application.
• PAVONAZZO MARBLE
A marble used by the ancient Romans, characterized by very irregular veins of dark red with bluish and yellowish tints.
• SIENA MARBLE
Siena is a yellow marble from Italy.
Forms: blocks, slabs, tiles
Processing options: Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rock faced, Sandblasted, and Tumbled.
Proposed uses: Exterior – Interior wall and floor applications, monuments, countertops, mosaic, fountains, pool and other design projects.
• RED VERONA MARBLE
One of the most important marbles of Italy has almost become synonymous with the splendor of Venice, indeed this marble has itself traveled further than the outposts of Venice’s extensive empire. Such is the lure of Verona Marble. While it can be found in the most important contexts of Venice – prominently displayed, for example, in St. Mark’s Cathedral – it can also be found as far away from Italy as California, seen above in the Gardens of Filoli near Woodside, where it graces a weathered Renaissance fountain with faun heads from which water once spouted in double sprays either sides of the fauns’ mouths.
• CALACATTA MARBLE
First and foremost, in order to understand Calacatta, you need to know what not Calacatta is. Just because someone calls a Statuario marble, “Calacatta” – does not mean it is a true Calacatta. But what truly differentiates all of the white marbles in the Calacatta Region – as the Italians have discovered hundreds of years ago – is the stone’s veining and how white the background is. The more white the material, the more expensive the slabs. The more “uniform” the veining in the stone, the pricier it gets.
We only go for the best Calacatta slabs, the one in a thousand. We only choose the slabs which have the most unique veining and most clear and consistent patterns. The end result is crystal clear, even for those who can’t pinpoint Carrara on the map.
Marbles are easily available in white shades. They do come with some kind of dynamic wavy, streaky or stripy patterns that haphazardly runs over the marble surface although its density might vary from block to block or even slab to slab; depending on the amount of impurity present in that section of the marble slab or piece of any size.
Most white marbles have a minimum amount of impurities, it is very unique and no two slabs or pieces of the same variety could be exactly identical even when extracted from the same block or quarried from the same mine/quarry
The marble varieties are basically categorized as per their base color or the most-prominent color. The surface patterns can be of any shade of the base color or can be multicolored, which might be different from slab to slab. Indian marble is very popular across the globe for its unique shades (pink, white, golden, green and brown) and fine quality.
List of White Marbles:
• Carrara Marble
• Calacatta Marble
• Statuario Marble
• Thassos Marble
• Mystery White Marble
• White Himalaya Marble
WONDER WHITE MARBLE
The greatest truth behind designing awe-inspiring interiors resides in the abundant use of white marbles like Flawless white to bring out the sheer range of possible opulence. The colour white commands respect and adoration and shiny plain white marble floors do more than that. The amazing naturally unique designs in the marble stand out upon polishing and create interiors worth admiration. It also leaves designing options open and scope for other colours to make a difference in the interiors. Everything you want your interiors to say for you, the white floors are like an empty paper just waiting for the ink.
BHANDARI MARBLE WORLD is among the top wholesalers for Wonder white marble and all other types of marble, granite and precious stone. All queries are welcome. Mail us at [email protected] or [email protected]