Marble: pure beauty and colourful splendour
Marble reconciles the beauty of nature with a rich range of colours and an intriguing play of lines and structures. It is a natural stone, meaning geological processes have ‘sculpted’ this material for centuries. This makes each slab different and unique. The different types of colours and veining is one of marble’s biggest assets.
Brachot began as a wholesaler of marble slabs in 1901. Over the years, we have grown into a true specialist in natural stone, with a very strong expertise in marble. Even now, our specialists search for the best marbles in Europe and far beyond every day. Always with an eye for quality, but also for the trends in colours and uses. At the same time, we continue to innovate. Both in terms of processing – we saw blocks into slabs – and finishing, with increasing numbers of new surface structures.
Choose the design that best suits you
What typifies marble above all is the enormous variety of colours, veining, and patterns. Each slab, each tile is unique, surprising and authentic. Choosing marble is choosing pure beauty, class, and an unadulterated eye-catcher in your home.
Marble also suits every interior style. The fact that this ancient material is also offered in various sizes, countless colour variations, standard thicknesses of 2 or 3 cm (and up to 20 cm on request) and a broad range of possible surface finishes, ensures a completely personal touch.
Discover some of our designs
A selection of our finishes
The finishes presented here are a selection from the possible finishes for marble. We at Brachot are constantly looking for ways to optimise these finishes and develop new ones, which ensures that we can find the finish best suited to the material, your tastes and the style of your home in every case.
Without a doubt, the glossiest and smoothest finish, highlighting the colours and veining.
This special matt finish has been developed specifically for marbles. The surface is gently brushed, giving it a ‘leather feel’ and accentuating its natural colour.
A combination of various treatments gives the marble a coarse and finely grained effect.
Thanks to this mechanical treatment, the marble has a slightly coarse yet matt appearance, which is satisfying to the touch.
Variety of applications
The Sacré-Coeur, the Taj Mahal, Michelangelo’s David, ...: they were all carved from marble hundreds of years ago. This aesthetic, durable natural stone has become a permanent fixture and has many applications today, such as indoor and outdoor flooring, wall cladding, fireplaces, stairs, or kitchen worktops and decoration.
Opting for durable quality
Marble has been used for centuries in various projects, such as kitchen worktops, fireplaces, stairs, flooring and decoration. Often because of its aesthetic properties, but also on account of its compact structure and limited porosity, which make marble highly resistant to stains, heat, and wear and tear.
Marble also acquires a natural patina over time. It gets more beautiful as time goes on. With the right maintenance products, you can also improve the scratch and acid resistance of your marble. This material is naturally stain and heat-resistant.
As well as being aesthetic, it is also a particularly durable material, in the broadest sense of the word. Marble has an exceptional lifespan and is also extremely environmentally friendly. This material is only formed by nature, so no energy is required for its production. CO₂ emissions during production are also considerably lower. And because it is 100% recyclable, marble can be reused for a wide range of applications.
All information on marble and our entire range combined in a brochure.
Marble maintenance leaflet
Keep your marble surfaces intact for generations. All our tips on cleaning marble can be found in our marble maintenance leaflet.