Rain Forest Brown marble
Its marked character has ensured that Rain Forest Brown stands out from other materials as it will not fail to impress you.
Its natural origins become evident when observing the multiple maroon, grey and reddish intertwined veins that run across Rain Forest Brown marble’s brown background surface.
Due to its innate features, brown marble is a highly attractive material used by architects and interior designers alike to create unique environments full of unbeatable beauty.
It is also noted for its exceptional hardness and low porosity, making it suitable for outdoor applications.
Rain Forest Brown marble finishes
At Pulycort we keep the personality of Rain Forest Brown marble alive, while providing a specific aspect to its surface in order to achieve the desired finish according to each project’s needs.
Raw: Marble is supplied in its sawn, dull finish.
Polished: Rain Forest Brown marble will achieve further glossiness and shine with this type of finish.
Fine honed: Marble surfaces are supplied with a matt aspect.
Antiqued: By using this type of finish will obtain a slightly rugged, dull aspect to reflect the passage of time upon the material.
Bush hammered: Marble surfaces are supplied in a uniform, coarse aspect to provide further grip.
Sand blasted: In this case, we obtain a less coarse appearance than with the bush hammering finish.
Split faced: Provides marble with a rustic look that is ideal for the outdoors.
Chiselled: Consists of carving the natural stone’s surface.
Thanks to its innate features, Rain Forest Brown marble is suitable for both indoors and outdoors in applications such as a cladding, flooring as well as worktops.
At Pulycort, we are able to supply Volakas marble slabs in two formats 2 cm and 3 cm, as well as special thickness options. On the other hand, we also manufacture tile formats in different sizes.
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CUSTOMIZE YOUR PROJECT
In Pulycort we have a customization service for special projects. Using realistic photomontages you can see the desired finish.
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