Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 22, № 2 (Spring 2015)

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A set of antique Moroccan doors with subtle turquoise undertones set the tone for the Moroccan-inspired theme of the master bathroom in this Texan residence. Handmade, glazed turquoise ceramic tiles from Mexico in a 4- x 4-inch format were paired with dark gray large-format porcelain floor tiles. Additionally, granite vanity tops and tub surround finish the look of the space. Design by CG&S Design-Build, Austin, TX. Photo courtesy of Tommy Kile.

Countertops and Architectural Surfaces: Vol. 8, № 2 (Quarter 2, 2015)

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This kitchen project, designed in Cosentino’s Dekton product by fabricator Peter Brooks Stone Works in New Jersey, was performed at TV personality designer Anthony Carrino’s private residence. The project not only encompassed his indoor kitchen but flowed out onto a rooftop patio where the material was used as decking and for an outdoor kitchen. Read the full story on Page 18.

Stone World Magazine: Vol. 32, № 4 (April 2015)

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Taj Mahal white quartzite was chosen for the kitchen island in this Colorado residence. The material, which was supplied by Cereser and fabricated and installed by Planet Granite, was resined and treated three times to fully penetrate the fissures. The quartzite is complemented by Antique Brown granite on the perimeter countertops. Further adding to the rustic elegance of the space is the rough-cut stone face of the countertops and backsplash.