Sand Dollar Green
Petra Imperial Select
Kashmir Gold Select
Honed Tropic Brown
Golden Eye Select
Forest Web Green
Forest Web Brown
Blue Pearl Royale
Black Uba Tuba
Architectural Justice is one of the the largest stocking fabricators of exotic granite in Northeast Ohio offering slabs that are quarried from all over the world.
With over 100,000 sq. ft of granite displayed onsite, we can guarantee you will find a stone that will fit your style. Our granite selection is always in rotation, so please understand that the selection in the gallery above often only reflects a small sample of what our Complete Design Center has in stock.
Be sure to visit our showroom to see the vast variety of nature’s workmanship in each slab of granite.
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Marble, a metamorphic stone known for being softer than granite, is composed of calcite, aragonite and dolomite crystals and is found in many countries such as Belgium, France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, India, and Spain.
The various types of stone are softened over time, under conditions of intense heat and pressure, and are then recrystallized as marble. The gallery above features just a small sample of the types of marble we offer, as well as some of our finalized marble work.
Our showroom also offers an excellent display of some of the amazing things our designers and fabricators can accomplish with this amazing medium.
Onyx, a form of quartz, is a sedimentary rock formed inside caves as stalactites and stalagmites, and is one of nature’s most dazzling stones. Its color bands range in almost every color imaginable, except for shades of purple or blue, and the most common varieties of onyx contain bands of white, tan and brown.
It is perhaps the translucent property of onyx that makes its decorative appeal unsurpassed by any other material.
Add the WOW factor to your project by “lighting it up” with an onyx counter top, floor or vessel bowl, from our team here at Architectural Justice.