Our natural stone types include Granite, Marble, Quartzite, ELEMENTS Quartz, Onyx, and much more. Each type of natural stone used in the building and construction industry brings with it inherent strengths, which makes them suitable for different applications.
ELEMENTS carries a unique selection of hand picked ceramic, porcelain, glass, natural stone and mixed media tile inspirations. Whether you want Old World charm or an edgy contemporary look, designing with tile offers endless possibilities.
At ELEMENTS, you’ll find that very special sink, accessory, and faucet for your home, hotel or business. Our in-house designers draw from a range of inspirations to find unique luxury plumbing fixtures that comfortably meet your needs while pushing the aesthetic envelope.
Granite is an exceptionally hard and durable stone. Generally, it is seen in hues of white, pink or gray, depending on their mineralogy.
The elegant appearance of marble makes it an excellent stone option. Typically, marble is a solid grayish-white or cream color that has dark veins running through it. Marble is very hard to scratch which makes it a versatile choice.
Quartzite, which is predominantly silica, is a hard non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally sandstone. In addition, its siliceous nature makes quartzite a perfect choice for kitchen countertops because chemically it has a very high resistance to anything acidic.
Onyx is a unique alternative to granite, marble and other stone surfaces. With its unusual swirling and pastel color patterns, onyx creates an exclusive style. Additionally it adds visual drama to horizontal applications like tabletops, and a strikingly modern appeal to any space.
Made from one of the hardest minerals on earth, ELEMENTS Quartz countertops are arguably the most durable option for countertops. In addition, its non-porous surface requires low maintenance, while its natural beauty is derived from its multi-dimensional gem-like color.
Our wide variety includes other natural stones, such as Travertine, Limestone, and Soapstone.