Marshalls introduces more dark granites for hard landscaping
Marshalls has launched a collection of four dark granites to complement its existing Proteus range.
Dark granite continues to rise in popularity, with designers liking the aesthetic and the contemporary finish it brings to modern design schemes.
Marshalls has sourced the new materials from across the globe, working with long standing suppliers committed to consistent quality, guaranteed supply longevity, and Marshalls' high standards in respect to sustainability and ethics.
The four new ranges are:
- Altair - a fine-grained granite with a subtle sparkle. It comes from Rajasthan, Northern India, and is capable of producing anything from unique radius kerbs to large-scale furniture.
- Vela - a medium to coarse grained granite with a uniform appearance and undertones of bluish-grey. Quarried in large blocks from China, it can be used for applications from paving to water features.
- Tritanial - is a basalt from China. It has rich, dark tones for smaller element paving and setts.
- Kreuzberg - also a basalt, this one is sourced from Vietnam and brings further deep dark shades to the collection. It is available for paving, tactile paving and kerbs.
Each of the granites is available in flamed, fine picked, polished, and honed. There is also a new clear blast finish exclusive to the Altair range providing additional design options for specifiers.
Dave Stanger, Natural Stone Trading Director at Marshalls, says: “Having options in the portfolio that meet all of our customers’ needs... opens up so many possibilities. It is testament to the skill and knowledge of our in-house teams and the strength of our long-term supplier relationships that we are able to do this.”
The new ranges are available to order now. Click here to go to the Marshalls website for more information.