A group of marble, granite, onyx, travertine, and limestone that are tastefully decorated with vibrant or delicate hues and complementary tones. Creation of engineered stones like quartz, obsidian, terrazzo, and porcelain has also opened up numerous opportunities for homeowners and designers to be creative with colour combinations as there are a vast range of shades available under engineered stone category.
Because of the distinctive craftsmanship, cutting-edge technology, elegant décor, and dramatic effects used in their creation, our choice of stones and material surfaces enhance our living spaces.
Blue Stone Slab Collection
For homeowners and kitchen designers to choose from, Work-tops offers approximately 50 different variations of blue stones alone. Our stones are not uniform in colour; rather, each slab of stone is unique from the others. In fact, because genuine stones like marble and granite are so distinctive, no two pieces of a single slab of bluestone will have an identical pattern distribution. This is how natural stones are beautiful. Our stone collection comes from some of the best stone-producing nations, including Turkey, Brazil, Italy, Spain, and Brazil.
The colour blue looks amazing in kitchens. Dark blues will look striking in larger kitchens without detracting from the sense of space, while lighter blues work best in smaller kitchens. Before deciding on the shade of blue for your kitchen, it's necessary to evaluate the lighting in the area.
Blue Granite for Kitchen Worktops
One of the most expensive countertop options is blue-coloured granite. Due to its rarity and scarcity in nature, blue natural stone is far more difficult to make than other colours or varieties of natural stone. Because of this, using it in their manufacturing process is more expensive. However, Work-tops has a wide selection of blue stone slab options for you to choose from that we have obtained from the best vendors all around the world. Blue-coloured granite slabs exhibit a wide variety of patterns, including some of the following:
- Sea Waves
- Metallic Flecks
Blue Pearl Granite
A dark blue-coloured granite block called Blue Pearl Granite offers a touch of natural beauty to both interior and outdoor designs. It has medium to big blue-grey spots and shimmering grains in a discrete pattern. Although quarried in Norway, this astounding granite may also be found everywhere in the world. Natural stone is free of chemicals and well suited to both cold and hot climates. The popularity of blue pearl granite countertops can be attributed to a number of factors, including the material's resistance to corrosion by acidic liquids, low water absorption rate, which makes it stain-resistant, polished finish, which adds sophistication to any room, and an ostensibly easy-to-maintain routine.
The most plentiful and pure concentration of silica in the crust of the Earth is found in the natural stone known as quartzite, which contains between 90 and 99.9 percent natural quartz. Quartzite may superficially resemble marble, but it cannot be scraped with a metal blade and will not corrode or etch when exposed to acid. When utilised as a kitchen countertop, quartzite has advantages of granite while having a comparable appearance to marble.
Blue is a natural fit and a popular colour option for bathrooms because it is cool, calming, and evokes visions of the sea and sky. There is a tint for every aesthetic and design style thanks to the extensive and functional range of colours available, from light duck egg blue to deep and dark navy.
Natural stones like blue marble, with its entrancing veins and enchanted patterns, have the capacity to transcend us to the sky and the sea. Given its enduring nature and exquisite beauty, marble is a standard choice that homeowners prefer to install in their houses. White, black, beige, and grey are common neutral colours that mix with blue marble. While not impossible, blue marble is also rare. Yes, you can use this blue-coloured marble to provide a bluish accent to your kitchen or bathroom. Because they are composed of natural stone, which is non-porous and non-toxic and only needs sealing twice a year, blue marble countertops are assured to endure a long time. The sophisticated, upscale aspect that many owners desire can be found in blue marble. It may be used for flooring, kitchen countertops, and even fireplaces because it is a strong and long-lasting material.