Building 101: Stone Varieties
Onyx, Granite, or Marble? Choose the right material for your home
Its use is often permanent, but natural stone is easy to maintain and is worth the initial investment. They come in a broad range of colors, patterns, and intriguing material properties that you need not limit its use to just bathrooms and kitchens.
Production by Paula de Guzman and Tala Singson. Photographed by Louie Aguinaldo and Vincent Coscolluela.
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