MILANO MARBLE

Created and designed as an act of homage to the city where culture, history, and art meet, Milano marble can be used to add depth and dimension to any contemporary space. Thanks to its durability, chromatic variety and its beautiful and unique crystalline formation, Milano marble can be used in a broad range of applications. Milano marble is a gorgeous natural stone that has properties that are unique to Milan and has existed for years. Its special luster and the range of colors that it comes in explain why artists, architects, and designers love using this luxurious waterjet tile.

Marble is also commonly referred to as crystallized limestone. When limestone is subjected to extremely high temperatures and pressure, it forms crystals that bind together to create marble. The heat and pressure that forces the crystals to form marble are so intense that they remove any impurities, which is why marble is thought to be pure. The intense heat and pressure are also what make Milano marble hard and durable, which makes it ideal for any areas in the home or office that are used frequently such as the bathroom, hallway, and kitchen. The aesthetic color and ornamental characteristics of Milano marble make every slab unique so that one Milano marble countertop or waterjet tile is never the same as the next.

Milano marble, like most marble types out there, contains minerals within its composition such as hematite, calcite and microcrystalline pyrite. The presence of absence of these minerals is what gives Milano marble its range of color. Milano marble can have various finishes but polishing it is one of the many popular finishes in today’s market. It is now easier than ever to find the exact finish that you want for your Milano marble because of the use of high tech machines that are easier to control. Modern technology has paved the way for extreme precision in the way that Milano marble is cut and it has also allowed for a consistent quality of work without any imperfections. Milano marble offers users endless exploratory possibilities in design and the deeper one digs for design inspiration, the more one finds.

In general, Milano marble comes in two main finishes. Honed finish is typically created when the surface of marble is sanded so that it can have a soft, matte external appearance. Honed Milano marble does not have a shiny exterior and is susceptible to staining easily because when it is sanded, it opens up its pores. Sealing honed marble helps it to last a little longer without getting damaged. Polished finish is when Milano marble is polished, the act of polishing it gives the marble its beautiful shiny exterior. Although polished marble is perfect if you want to attract more light into your kitchen or bathroom for example, the shiny exterior does wear off with continued use.

Milano marble may cost more than the manufactured commercial grade because of its quality. Milano marble is one of the best natural stones that money can buy. When you buy Milano marble, think of it as making a long-term investment. For example, because Milano marble and Milano waterjet tiles are so durable, you will not worry about replacing them in a few years because they have chipped away with continued use. High-quality Milano marble can outlast and outlive other types of tiles and countertop materials easily. If you take the extra step to protect your Milano marble by sealing it, it will serve you for longer than anticipated. The nature and quality of that marble that you invest in will depend entirely on the location in which it was extracted. As such, marble that comes from Milan and other parts of Italy is one of the best marbles because Italy has deposits of the most first-class marble. If you take care of Milano marble well, it can serve you for years to come. Fortunately, it is very easy to take care of Milano marble by wiping it down using a soft clean cloth. You can use warm water and mild liquid or detergent soap to clean it. If there are any stains, you can use a mixture of baking soda and water to make a paste. The paste should be applied to the stain and left overnight before being wiped off with clean water. The available sizes for Milano are 4x12, 12x12, 12x24, 3x6 and 2x2 basketweave mosaic.