We’re wrapping up this August of 2020 with another residential remodel project reveal! We worked with a client from Pompton Lakes, NJ to transform their basement. Now, this expansive space is fully functional and allows more fun family gatherings.
To peek into a few of the special things we do to give our clients an exceptional experience, see how we installed a huge 120” x 70” granite slab in one piece.
The granite used is Mandala, a creamy and bone white, exotic natural stone from Brazil.
Take a look at our new project in Pompton Lakes, NJ, and get inspired for your own remodel project.
Mandala Granite for a Luxurious and Exotic Look
Mandala granite is a natural stone of truly elegant and exotic yet still streamlined look. If you love stones that feature dazzling swirls of colors and tones that flow into each other, leaving you breathless and turning heads on every occasion, Mandala granite is the stone for you. A unique impression and an impeccable touch of a high-class design are guaranteed with Mandala granite. Its wavy swirls of beige and taupe colors along with hints of white, black, and gray tones create a look that your guests will notice and remember.
Mandala granite fits wonderfully within light rooms, adding dimension, and some subtle contrast. It also looks amazing with dark gray cabinetry, which acts as a perfect backdrop for this lovely granite. However you decide to design your kitchen or bath, the beauty within gorgeous Mandala granite will draw attention and reassure you that you made the right choice.
Mandala granite embodies the very essence of classic sophistication, refinement, and natural beauty you crave in your home.
Durability and Maintenance
Besides its amazing appearance, Mandala granite is also very tough, resistant, and durable. Quarried in Brasil, Mandala granite makes a great choice for both residential and commercial, interior, and exterior remodeling projects.
This lovely stone is suitable not only for countertops, but also for designing floors, accents walls, backsplashes, waterfall islands, bathtubs, stairs, window sills, and other design projects.
You can find it under another name — Mandala White Granite, as well. It can be processed into sanded, sandblasted, tumbled, sawn cut, rockfaced, and, most often, polished surface, which is very convenient for worktop surfaces.
Mandala granite is easy to clean and maintain. Wiping it daily using a soft cotton cloth with a mixture of mild water and a mild soap is quite enough. Like any other fabricated natural stone, you will need to seal your Mandala granite once a year to keep it durable and resistant to water, heat, and staining.
Mandala granite is a gorgeous, practical, and affordable choice for any room in a home, where one-of-a-kind and stylish appearance is desired and required. This natural stone will serve you well for many years to come, regardless of how hard you use it.
We are thrilled with the basement remodel in Pompton Lakes, NJ. Mandala granite was just the right choice for this project.