Stone bath surrounds add that touch of class to a bathroom, a feel of luxury.
This veiny marble from Italy is called Arabascato Vagli and it looks stunning.
An ogee edge profile was fabricated on the leading edge of the bath surround.
Notice how we continued the vein from the bath surround onto the splash back in a process called book matching.
The ogee edge profile ran up the splash backs too.
Have a look at the bathroom below where we installed book match marble wall cladding behind the bath surround.
Arabescato Corchea was used to create this stunning bath surround and book match marble wall cladding.
Once again this marble comes from Italy.
Marble bath surrounds aren’t your only choice, you can choose from a huge range of stone types including quartz, granite & sintered stone.
The bath surround below has been created using Dekton Trilium which is a sintered stone.
This one below is white quartz from Silestone.
But marble has been the most popular choice for our customers over the last ten years.
Below is a stunning bathroom that we fitted on a project in Tregony near Truro.
Statuario marble from Italy was used in this bathroom.
Calacatta Colorado marble was used on the bath surround below, this marble is from Colorado in America.
We created a mitre drop down edge profile for this bath surround so we could cover the junction with the bath panel.
A series of holes were also drilled into the marble so the sliding shower doors could be fixed into position.
And if you prefer a complete bath made out of marble, we can supply that too! Check out this marble bath below which was installed on a project near Truro.
Manufactured from a whole block of Italian marble and it looks beautiful.
The waste hole was drilled through the marble in the bathroom after the bath had been lifted into position, just to make sure that it’s in exactly the right position.
Stone bath surrounds don’t have to cost very much, and we can make it more affordable for you because we have a huge range of remnant slabs available to choose from.
Meaning you only have to pay for the stone you use, rather than buying a large slab.
If you’d like to view more information about using stone in your bathrooms, click here – Stone Bathrooms
Or why not pop down to see us at our showroom in Par near St Austell in Cornwall, so you can discuss your bath surround with a member of the Everything Stone team.
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