Marmi Stone

Publications

Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle, July 2013

When a fire nearly destroyed their 1920s Neel Reid-designed home, the homeowners took advantage of a top-to-bottom remodel and transformed their master bathroom from a cramped Jack and Jill to a spa-like retreat. The couple tapped Atlanta architects Todd Pritchett and Craig Dixon for the revamp. Marmi Natural Stone’s Calcatta Gold was used for the […]

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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, February 2013

In May 2012, a group of Atlanta designers headed north to Vermont on a whirlwind trip to not only learn about marble, but also to be inspired along the way. The two-day trip began in New York’s Hudson Valley, where the designers – guests of Marmi Natural Stone – visited a number of private residences, […]

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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, September 2012

Marmi Natural Stone is mentioned in some of the highlights from the 2012 Atlanta Symphony Associates’ Decorators’ Show House & Gardens. The kitchen was designed by Matthew Quinn, Mary Kathryn Timoney, Laurie Lehrich, Patricia Danzig & Kelly Carlisle of Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio and the countertops were fabricated by Marmi Natural Stone. Design […]

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Atlanta Home & Lifestyles, July 2012

Equal parts function and imagination, this master bath by architect Scott West blurs the lines between outdoors and in, accomplished by letting walls of Ipe wood and slate extend from the bath to the home’s exterior. Taking inspiration from his client’s experiences at high — end hotels, West dreamed up a concept reminiscent of three […]

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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, January 2012

A smartly designed modern kitchen balances sleek style and a mix of materials for a visually stunning space. The client, architect Alex Paulson, knew he wanted an edgy and modern space with organic elements to visually soften it. He also wanted to delineate between the kitchen and breakfast areas, and have a place to entertain, […]

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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle, June 2011

Matthew Quinn and Ric Parrish had just returned from their first trip to Vancouver, British Columbia. It had been a more-than-memorable vacation; in fact, they’d fallen in love with the city- so much so that the two started talking about eventually living there part-time, and part-time in Atlanta. This eventually led them to Luxe at […]

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Atlanta Home & Lifestyles, February 2011

2010 will go down as the year that classic and contemporary design collided. AT the recent Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Christmas House, the question “What style is it?” proved to be a moot point, since it was shown that all looks can coexist beautifully. Comprising two residences on the 41st floor of The Mansion on […]

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