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Type of Marble
Marble is a metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals, most commonly calcite or dolomite. Marble may be foliated. Geologists use the term “marble” to refer to metamorphosed limestone; however, stonemasons use the term more broadly to encompass limestone. Marble is commonly used for sculpture and as a building material.

What Are The Different Types Of Marble Flooring?
Bhandari Marble is one of the most luxurious flooring choices for use in the home villa and projects. The right Bhandari marble can perfectly complement lobby, an entrance, kitchen, living room, or any other space that you could think of for your home. BHANDARI MARBLE can give your home a touch of class that no other flooring can.

Different types of marble are available for flooring.
Marble may occur in a huge variety of colors, from white, Cream, beiges, dark, red, green, brown, and black. Each type of marble will have different streak patterns, widths, and grains.
• Italian Marble,
• Imported Marble,
• Indian Marble
• Calicut Marble
• Dolomite Marble
• Magnesium Marble

What Are The Different Types Of Marble?
Italian Marble
These marbles inlay the floors, walls, rooms in a wonderful way. This beige Italian marble is widely demanded in offices, multinational companies, hotels home villa and projects.

Imported marble
The breathtaking texture that will sweep you off your feet. Open your eyes to the grandeur of stunning Vietnam, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Portugal, Iran, Chinese, marble that will take your home villa and Projects perfect following, Elevation And Decoration.

Indian marble
Indian marble is quarried extensively in North India. This makes it a cost-effective choice with a wide variety of colors and textures. It comes in an astonishing array of colors such as white, pink, yellow, green, red and black.

There are many more different marbles than just what we’ve named here! If you are looking for an inspection for your marble floor or maybe just a little confused, you may sure to contact us.

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We’re showing you the differences between three classic marble types – Carrara, Calacatta, and Statuario marble.

Carrara Marble
Appearance: Carrara marble has soft veining and it takes on a blue-gray appearance. The gray background of this marble shows off subtle gray flecks and feathery, linear veining. In comparison to other marbles, Carrara has a more subtle appearance.
Origin: True to its name, Carrara marble is quarried in northern Tuscany, Italy, in the city of Carrara. The Apuan Alps have more than 600 quarry sites for Carrara marble. That is more than any other marble quarry in the world!
Application: Various well-known monuments and statues were created with Carrara marble, such as JSPL office, the JW Marriott Marble Arch. Aside from its structural uses, modern applications for the stone include wall panels, flooring, stairways, and countertops.

Calacatta Marble
Appearance: Calacatta marble has a pure white background with gorgeous, dramatic gold and gray veining. Calacatta does not follow a linear pattern and is often considered one of the most luxurious and pure marbles in appearance. If you’re looking for a heavy veining, this choice is much bolder than Carrara marble, with thicker and larger patterns.
Origin: This marble is also quarried in Carrara, Italy. This location causes confusion between Calacatta and Carrara marble since they are quarried in the same region.
Application: Calacatta is a classic look for residential and commercial applications, like its use as elegant floor tiles, countertops, and backsplashes.
Availability: BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP Calacatta marble in a polished finish. It’s available in the following sizes: 12”x12”, 12”x24”, 18”x18”, 24”x24”, 36”x36” and 3/4″ Slab. Set up a showing.

Statuario Marble
Appearance: Statuario marble is a more exclusive stone with distinct gray and gold veining throughout and a striking, bold pattern. This marble is considered to be one of the major white marbles. Statuario marble contains heavy, bold gray veining mixed with thinner patterns.
Origin: Statuario marble is also quarried in Italy. The mountain quarries of Statuario marble are located above Carrara. Statuario has limited availability and high demand. The low availability of this marble makes it more of a rare find.
Application: Statuario marble is an ideal stone for indoor applications such as kitchen countertops and backsplashes, bathroom vanities, and floor tiles. Statuario marble should not be used for exterior applications.

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