White carrara marble
White Carrara marble is extracted from the Carrara mines in Italy and is also widely used in the world of construction and decoration in general. It is formed of calcite and quartz. Because we are talking about natural stones, sometimes we can find concentrations of color or some areas of different intensities.
This marble usually has a slightly grey background than white marble and is usually accompanied by streaks of a darker grey.
Its uses are diverse and we can find it both in floor and wall cladding, indoors and outdoors, as well as for finishing marble furniture.
Alicante red marble
Alicante red marble is a natural stone mostly extracted in the province of Alicante (Spain) and other nearby areas. One of its main features is its reddish hue, but not especially intensely that it may appear softer in some veins. Veining sometimes appears in white tones and in some cases it is even non-existent.
It is a marble of high mechanical resistance, therefore it is used with very good results in floor and wall coverings both indoors and outdoors giving a touch of distinction in its finishes.