We have gained much acceptance as Quartzite Tiles Suppliers in India having superior quality Natural Stone Quartzite. This dense and hard rock is widely used for quartzite stone wall cladding, flooring, roofing and many other decorative applications. We at Decor Luxury Stones a leading Quartzite manufacturer & Exporters ensure to adhere to the quality standards while addressing the growing demands of Indian Quartzite stone. As the widely acknowledged quartzite stone manufactures and suppliers, we procure superior grade quarries and process it to fabricate quartzite stone tile.
We stock a wide assortment of alluring quartzite stone colors, such as pure white, beige, gray, brown, emerald green, blue, orange and lot more. During the last couple of years, demand of quartzite counter top has been growing dramatically, which makes us accountable to source the best in class quarries. It is recommended to get our collection of quartzite tile backsplash and pair it with a contemporary décor to get a smooth antique look in the interiors. Furthermore, we are providing fascinating colors and textural patters of polished and unpolished natural stone quartzite for our valued client at the best price in the industry.
Are you considering a kitchen renovation, are you looking for new and inspiring materials? Do you want something that is going to lift your kitchen decor so as to bring about happiness and satisfaction to the whole family? The kitchen brings the whole family to the table so it should be an inviting atmosphere whether it is to tuck into a delicious meal, talk about the happenings of the day and other things.
Renovating is an important and a major decision that requires time and investment, so you might want to think over the choice of materials twice before you move ahead with one. Quartzite stone is usually a hard, metamorphic rock that is non-foliated and was originally formed from deposited sands that could have been calcium or granitic in nature or a combination of both. It is the nature of these sands that dictates the hardness and characteristics of a quartzite. Quartzite is also formed by the conversion of sandstone, a part of the earth’s crust, through pressure and heating within organic belts due to tectonic compression. Pure quartzite appears white to grey but varying shades of red and pink can also be found.