First, think about which natural stone type best suits your needs. Consider the application and use. Are you looking for a colorful statement piece or a classic neutral?  All of these questions will help to point you in the right design direction.  From there you can begin to build your wish lists by clicking “Add to Wishlist” on the product page.  Save as many favorites as you want and dream away!


Consider the surface area for your project and how the slabs will be laid out in the space. Things like where to place a seam, how the veins will line up at the seam juncture, as well as edge detail selections (learn more about edge types here – link to FAQs explanation) should be considered. If you need assistance with this, not to worry. Our concierge service will be able to assist you. Email your drawings or measurements to concierge@ariastonegallery.com and we will walk you through the process step-by-step and provide you with instructions for your fabrication partner.


All of the product images on our website are professional, color matched photos of the exact bundle of material you are purchasing slabs from.  Learn more about this here (link to FAQ). Select the number of slabs needed for your project per material type and add to your cart.  Once purchased, our concierge will work with you in coordinating a virtual slab viewing so you can view your actual slabs in more detail.


Once your order has been received our concierge service will send you the exact slab photos and the option to conduct a live viewing of the slabs online. After this the concierge will coordinate the shipping logistics to deliver your slabs to your chosen fabrication shop. We make all of the arrangements and will keep you updated along the way.


Once your slabs are at your fabricator’s shop they will take over by confirming your design specifications from the design phase. After this the fabricator will send you layouts for your approval and confirm any preventative treatments such as a sealer for your natural stone. Once approved by you, the fabricator will cut the material pieces for your project for installation. We call this the production phase.


After the production phase, the fabrication shop will work directly with you to schedule a time to complete the project installation.


Now that your project is completed, enjoy your new environment and celebrate. For tips on care and maintenance click here (links to FAQs). Chances are once you have completed one project you will have “the bug.” We look forward to helping you achieve your project dreams again!