Category Archives: Marble

Marble cleaning and baking soda: do they go together?

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People often ask us about whether they can clean marble with baking soda – so we thought we’d provide a brief overview here. The short answer is that you can use baking soda on most types of marbles. What’s more, there are various benefits to doing so, as we explain below. However, you do need […]

Why veined kitchen worktops are so popular?

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The concept of having a veined pattern against a white or neutral background could be the ideal solution if you’re after a kitchen that’s mainly blank – but with a vibrant twist. It also means that you definitely don’t have to sacrifice all the colour to create an amazing look! It’s no secret that white […]

Top tips for spring cleaning your marble

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The weather may have been variable to say the least, but it does seem that spring is at long last with us. And along with (hopefully) blue skies, flowers and Easter eggs, it is, of course, traditionally a season for deep cleaning. Declutter, dust parts of the house you didn’t know gathered dirt, and clean […]

How to clean black marble tiles and leave no streaks?

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If you want to add a dash of elegance to any room, you could do far worse than go for black marble tiling. The only potential snag is that, if you don’t clean your beautiful natural stone properly, it can lead to noticeable streaking. And things can go wrong in particular if you don’t use […]

Why is my limestone floor cracking?

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Occasionally, a limestone floor can begin to crack for no apparent reason, even if it is a number of years old. Here, we offer a guide to what you can do – and cover some of the possible causes. Cracking means movement in your stone Limestone is very durable, and so it is unlikely that […]

How to clean a marble staircase

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Marble is a natural material that can lend your home more than a touch of luxury. And there are more ways than you may have realised of incorporating this stunning stone into your home, from countertops to floors and bathrooms. What’s more, marble comes in a range of colours, from traditional black and white to […]

Do my marble bathroom tiles need sealing?

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Strong and resistant to moisture, marble can actively prolong the life of your bathroom and is relatively low-maintenance while also being pretty straightforward to clean. Equally, of course, its natural beauty and elegance will transform the overall look and feel of your room. Why you need to be careful However, because it’s a naturally porous […]

The popular kitchen trend that may not be all-white after all

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On the hunt for kitchen colour inspiration? While you may be tempted by a classic all-white look, be aware that some designers are starting to say that this is no longer the shade of the moment to go for – even though its popularity has endured for decades. Don’t ditch it completely However, that doesn’t […]

Caring for your marble countertops this Christmas

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It’s hardly controversial to state that kitchens can take quite a battering over the Christmas period, especially if you’re a busy household or are planning big gatherings this year. Even if you’re not, it’s still likely to be the busiest room in the house over the festive season. And while having everyone you care about […]

How you could use natural stone to transform your bathroom

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We all know it’s one of the most intimate and important spaces in any home. But it’s easy to forget just how much we ask of our bathrooms. They have to be functional, well-lit and clean for a busy family that’s trying to get out of the house in the morning. But, come the evening, […]