Everything you need to know about Grey Marble

Everything you need to know about Grey Marble

Grey Marble Slabs is the flavour of the season. With fantastic Grey Marble coming out of Greece, Turkey, Africa and more, lets take a closer look at this beautiful material.

Grey is sober. It is relaxing. Where White Marble can increase the size of any room it is put in, Grey Marble completely relaxes you as you gaze at it. It is highly recommended for spaces where one is    supposed to relax, such as bedrooms and sitting rooms.

Marble in above photo- Coral Grey

Why Should You Consider Grey Marble Slabs?

Marble is an investment into the beauty of your home. Grey marble particularly brings calmness and maturity to your home. Here's why you should consider them:

  • Beauty: Grey marble slabs have a special kind of beauty. Their grey colors are soft and soothing to the eyes. They make rooms look calm and peaceful.
  • Durability: White Grey Marble is generally softer than beige materials. Some Grey Marbles, such as Coral Grey and Wine Grey are incredibly resilient. You can also look for vacuum packed blocks for even more durability.
  • Versatility: Grey marble slabs are adaptable; they can fit into any style of decoration. Whether your home is modern or traditional, grey marble slabs will always look good.
  • Longevity: Trends come and go, but grey marble slabs never go out of style. They have been popular for centuries, and they'll continue to be popular for many more.

Marble in above photo- One Grey

How to Use Grey Marble Slabs for Flooring, Countertops, and More

  • Flooring and Wall Cladding: Grey Marble Slabs serve as exemplary choices for flooring and wall cladding projects. Whether polished to a radiant gloss or left with a rustic earthy finish, these slabs infuse spaces with an aura of refined grace. Grey marble also looks excellent when paired with glass and other stones.
  • Countertops and Kitchen Surfaces: Renowned for their durability and onyx-like coloration, grey marble countertops elevate kitchen and bathroom aesthetics, exuding an air of timeless sophistication while offering practicality and longevity.
  • Living Spaces and Public Areas: From living rooms to public spaces, grey marble slabs redefine opulence, offering a canvas for creative expression. Whether adorning floors or accentuating furniture, these slabs imbue environments with an unparalleled sense of grandeur.  Marble table, tile boxes, and a person peeking.
  • Bathroom Elegance: In bathrooms, grey marble emerges as the epitome of refined luxury. Its cool tones harmonise effortlessly with warmer hues, creating a serene ambiance that beckons relaxation and rejuvenation.


Marble in above photo- Michelangelo Ice

Exploring Different Finishes

Grey marble slabs come in different finishes, like glossy, satin, and matte. Each finish has its own special look and feel.

  • Glossy/Polished Finish: Exuding sophistication, the glossy finish boasts unparalleled sheen and resilience, offering optimal protection against stains and wear.
  • Leather Finish: A testament to understated elegance, the satin finish combines natural texture with durability, ideal for those seeking a refined yet subtle allure.

Marble in above photo- Era Grey

  • Rustic Finish: Celebrating the beauty of imperfection, the rustic finish evokes a sense of timeless elegance, adding character and warmth to any space it adorns.

Check Out Our Amazing Range of Grey Marble Slabs and Products

Azzurro Mist Marble

- A light grey material, special because it gives you a white effect in a grey marble price.

  • A beautiful shade of light grey marble.
  • What makes light grey special is it gives you the same effect of making a space seem larger just like white marble, while also being soothing to the eye.

  • Straight from the mines in Namibia

Hermes Grey Marble:

                                         A gorgeous combination of dark Grey Marble and brown.

  • A regal statement, providing a sense of weight and depth to a space. Excellent for dining rooms and other sober spaces.
  • Sourced from mines in Africa
  • Coral Grey Marble
  • Known for it’s even cement colouration and beautiful white lines
  • A gentle grey that relaxes the eyes, excellent for spaces that are meant for relaxation such as dining halls or bedrooms.
  • Sourced from the Kajarta Mines in Turkey


: Grigio Armani Marble

  • The king of grey. Known for it’s resilience, it is used extensively in building lobbies and other high traffic areas.
  • A powerful character and strength of stone means it can stand the test of time with near-zero maintenance beyond polishing.
  • Sourced from mines in Turkey and Italy. Italian Gregio Armani is known to be slightly softer, but have a much more delicate veining pattern, such as seen above.

: Granatilo Marble

  • A light grey material with alternating grey and black texture.
  • Self textured, with minimal variation. This means that if a skilled contractor is employed, Granatilo used on the entire flooring can be placed without a single joint being visible. Since the texture does not change, the entire flooring will look like a single piece.
  • Sourced from Brazil.           

: Wine Grey Marble

  • Shades of grey with thin red veins. Giving just enough character to provide a unique signature amongst it’s peers.
  • A grey with unusually high calcium content, meaning that the shine it takes it brighter than other greys.
  • Sourced straight from the solubema mines in Italy


In Conclusion

Grey marble slabs are more than just rocks; they're symbols of elegance and sophistication. With their beauty, durability, and versatility, they have become staples in interior design. Whether you're renovating your kitchen, remodeling your bathroom, or updating your living room, grey marble slabs are the perfect choice to elevate your space to new heights of luxury and style.
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