Italian marbles are the best and premium quality marbles

by Dhriti Dixit Luxury Marble Company in India

Italian Marble is one of the best material available for use inside Residential space. It

gives the rich appearance to the house floor, walls, Kitchen, rooms and bathroom with its beautiful color, special lusters and strains. Italian marbles are the best and premium quality marbles that are considered to be the perfect choices for the flooring of your house and office and to add more shine and elegance to your floor. Italian Marble flooring design comes in different sizes and varied thickness. Most famous type of marble is Perlato, Dyna and beige marble.



Italian Marble designs have classic textures and are available in the market at slightly higher prices than the normal ones. They are highly durable and have a beautiful appearance. They have beautiful finishes which add more gloss to their overall appearance.


Kalinga stone have Italian Marble flooring designs which gives a vibrant appearance to the house floor, walls, Kitchen, rooms, and bathroom with its beautiful color, attractive lusters, and shades. Because of its elegant appearance, it is commonly used for decorations in hotels, offices of various MNCs, restaurants, resorts, shopping malls, schools, houses, and other luxury places.


Top Italian Marble Flooring in India


1)    Botticino Classic

2)    Grey William

3)    Royal Diana

4)    Rosso Verona

5)    Carrara

6)    Calacatta

7)    Statuario


How to Judge the Quality of Italian Marble Tile



1)    Flip the marble tile over and look at the back.

2)    Examine the surface of the marble under a light, holding it at a 45-degree angle.

3)    Examine the marble for veins on its surface and then flip the tile over to see if there is a crack, or fissure in the same place on the back of the stone.

4)    Ask for the marble's complete name.


Difference between Marble and Italian Marble


Marble is a hard, usually highly polished stone, whereas Italian Marble is a type of marble stone discovered in Italy and it does not require more efforts or polishing.

Italian marble has earned its reputation primarily because the quarries in Italy have access to some of the best raw material in the world. Secondly, Italian quarries have set the highest standards for quality control and everything from selecting and cutting the blocks to packaging and shipping is done with precision.



5 Great Advantages of Italian Marble


The subtle sheen of marble countertops evokes an air of elegance that can add a timeless ambiance to any home. Luminous, luxurious marble brings a crisp brightness that soapstone, granite or man-made materials simply can’t duplicate. Choosing the classic look of Italian Marble for your kitchen, bar or bathroom offers a number of advantages.





The cost can vary depending on the exact type and thickness chosen, marble is often less expensive than granite or quartz.




Italian marble is softer than granite, so it’s possible to incorporate attractive design elements, such as fancy edges, during the fabrication process.




The wide range of hues and colors found in Italian marble are determined by the area of origin, and the proportional mix of minerals in the original limestone. The beautiful and distinctive veining this stone is known for comes from impurities trapped in the limestone when earth’s extreme heat and pressure transformed it into marble.


Heat Resistance


Italian Marble are heat resistant as well. Marble won’t catch fire or burn, but it’s wise to preserve the finish by not placing a hot pan or pot on the surface without protection.




Italian Marble has been used as a building material for a very long time, so its ability to withstand the test of time is well documented. When it’s expertly installed and properly sealed and maintained, you can expect to enjoy the beauty of marble for a lifetime.

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