Creative Stone is a premier Atlanta custom stone fabricator and installer specializing in all natural and engineered stones  for countertops, bathroom vanities, tub decks, fireplace surrounds and more. We provide the high-quality materials, skills and experience necessary to complete any natural or engineered stone installation to your exact specifications. We also fabricate custom builds, table tops, table bases, shelves, farm sinks, and fireplace surrounds 2 or 3 dimensional.

Origin of Natural Stone

Natural Stone is a creation of nature. Like so many natural formations, every piece is unique and matchless. Within each piece of stone also lies the history of one particular place of our planet.  Today’s limestone floor for instance, was once a mass of tiny sea creatures, then an ancient seabed, and after millions of years of uplift, a mountainside where the limestone was discovered in our day.

Your natural stone was cut out from a mountainside originally in huge 50,000 pound blocks of stone. The blocks were then sliced into slabs which were then refined to give its natural colors a mirror like depth, smooth soft surface or left slightly rough to enhance its rich natural texture.

The luster, hardness, colors and variation are all indications of the stone’s mineral composition and origin. This unique blend of characteristics is what makes your natural stone a one-of-a-kind, beautiful yet practical surface for your home..

Granite

  • Overview – Granite is one of the most popular and versatile countertop materials.
  • Appearance – There are many different types of minerals in granite, some of which appear like small, shiny flecks or longer veins of varying colors. Granite itself comes in many different natural colors and can be polished or finished in many different ways. Learn More

Marble

  •  Overview – Marble is another popular countertop material. Commercially, any stone that can be polished is also known as marble, with the exception of granite. This includes serpentine, travertine, limestone and onyx.
  • Appearance – Marble comes in a wide variety of colors and with different vein colors and sizes. Learn More

Quartzite

  • Overview – Quartzite combines the best features of marble and granite into one material.
  • Appearance – Pure quartzite is usually white to gray, though quartzite often occurs in various shades of pink and red due to varying amounts of iron oxide (Fe2O3). Other colors, such as yellow and orange, are due to other mineral impurities. Learn More

Travertine

  • Overview – Travertine is common for both exterior and interior purposes.
  • Appearance – Most natural travertine is dark, ranging from ecru to dark red, with a variety of vein colors. Learn More

Limestone

  • Overview – Limestone is a versatile material with many uses.
  • Appearance – Most limestone from the United States is light in color, ranging from yellow to pink to gray in color. Limestone imported from other countries is often light or even dark red, brown or black. Learn More

Soapstone

  • Overview – Primarily characterized by a soapy sensation when touched, soapstone has high talc content.
  • Appearance – The color of soapstone ranges greatly depending upon the type of soapstone used. Over time, natural soapstone develops a natural patina. Learn More

Onyx

  • Overview – Onyx is a form of marble, comprised mostly of calcite. Like other marbles, onyx is much softer than granite.
  • Appearance – Onyx is a light and variable stone. Translucent, you can place undercounter lighting beneath it to show off its color and beauty. Onyx is available in colors ranging from golden yellow to pink, blue, green and red..Learn More