Creole marble is also known as Georgia marble and is from the United States. The marble is coarse grind which has white and grey mixed background and the marble is veined in dark blue and sometimes it is clouded with beige and grey. It is also varied to be light creole, medium and dark. In the United States it is used as a building stone in civic projects and to make stone monuments. Creole marble dining features and kitchen backsplashes are famed makings. In addition to many basic surface applications many creole countertop contractors can create and install murals and mosaics as well as can add decorative edge treatments to countertops. You are suggested to make explanations with finish options and customized applications given by stone designers.