3 Reasons Why Imperial White is the Superior Stone
Imperial White has a vast variety of reasons for being so popular. Here are our top 3 reasons for loving this remarkable, resilient natural stone.
Easy on the Eyes
The increase in popularity of Imperial White over the past few years is due to the luxurious aesthetic appeal and durability. Architects and Interior designers love this dolomite for its striking grey and beige diagonal vein composition. The veining in Imperial white can vary from thicker to thinner and the colour can range from grey, beige, brown and can also be ochre, wine or even violet (in less common blocks).
Imperial White also has a version that has more cloudy/flowery veining, almost looking similar to a Bianco Carrara. However, the diagonal veining is more sought after currently.
Imperial White is a Dolomite
This dolomite natural stone’s rich texture and hardness make it highly preferable to average marble. Imperial White performs much like a granite, which makes it vastly more desirable to over while natural stones similar in look.
Wide Variety of Applications
This stone goes by a variety of names, often depending on which of the ten quarries it comes out of. We find that Imperial White is the perfect name for this majestic, timeless natural stone. Home owners, Architects, and Interior designers use Imperial White in a variety of applications including kitchen benchtops, flooring, wall tiles, bathroom vanities, backsplashes, stairs, and more. Like all other natural stones, we recommend sealing Imperial White before and after installation. If you have any further questions about this material, please contact one of our experienced team members at: (02) 9316 9677.