Decorating with Crema Marfil Marble
Marble is one of the oldest construction materials, a symbol of ancient Rome’s wealth, being used to decorate floors and walls of majestic mansions. Not only construction material, marble has also been employed in statues and an enormous number of pieces by craftsmen.
Marble was also the undeniable star of ancient Greece, endowing its patrimony with great beauty and elegance.
Just like the vast majority of materials, the use of marble is cyclic, with certain times of exponential growth and others of less splendour, all of which is caused by trends or rise of new materials. Over the last few years, architects and decorators have been strongly endorsing marble and specifically Crema Marfil, which has turned out to be grand ally to these professionals due to its aesthetics and physical characteristics.
Why choose Crema Marfil marble to decorate our homes?
Crema Marfil is a privileged material that provides the skin for our homes; it wraps around us and transmits sensations that few other materials achieve. Its soft cream colour combines perfectly with any type of furniture or mix of materials in the same room. Various types of crema marfil can be found on the market with multiple variations, light or dark beige, with clearly marked veins or none at all, with fossil effects, such as rice grains, or watermark patterns etc, it is a world of effects, all of which are orchestrated by nature herself.
Crema Marfil marble paving
It is, without doubt, the very best choice, why? Because crema marfil marble provides your home with warmth and elegance.
The various finishes of crema marfil that this marble can offer enables us to live in rustic, sophisticated or elegant spaces, depending on the chosen finish. However, we must take certain precautions, since it is a natural material, there are products that can irreversibly damage our paving, which is why we recommend that you request information on how to clean marble. It is possible to reinforce the material prior to use during the crema marfil marble transformation process. The material intended for paving must have a minimum 2-cm thickness.
Wall facings with Crema Marfil marble
For this use, a thickness of 1.5 or 2 cm is recommended for correct onsite execution. Our choice goes beyond the actual material and its characteristics. The chosen formats can provide regular, lineal, ordered facings with standard cuts, offering smooth, neutral aesthetics for our homes. Furthermore, we can imagine made-to-measure cuts, mosaics etc, giving our walls a different original touch.
Crema Marfil marble stairways
This is a singular element in our homes, highly visible and, on occasions, “the jewel on the crown” and, without any doubt, a significant challenge in the decoration in our homes. In this case, wear resistance is an important factor in stairs execution, its aspect will change little over time and maintenance is therefore practically zero. It is recommended that the thickness of the Crema Marfil marble piece that forms the tread be 3 cm and the riser can be 2 or 3 cm, which will avoid breakage during execution.