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PaperCity Dallas September 2017

Aria Stone Gallery’s Port Black and Sahara Noir marble add a touch of masculinity and flair to this once-empty, white boxy house.

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Smart Design: Offices That Impress

Aria Stone Gallery Mercury White Marble Feature Wall

These designs are guaranteed to brighten up every day at the office with earthy and eye-catching natural stone showstoppers. Whether you are trying to make a grand first impression or set the tone for an important conference, these offices will make a statement.

This stunning feature wall of Mercury White marble makes for a grand entrance that you will not forget. Not only are clients greeted on the way in with a stunning natural work of art, but they are also able to enjoy the stone on the interior of the conference room.

EXTERIOR: Aria Stone Gallery’s Mercury White Marble was used in this feature wall designed by Keaton Interiors.
INTERIOR: Aria Stone Gallery’s Mercury White Marble was used in this feature wall designed by Keaton Interiors.

Set the tone in the executive offices with a sophisticated boardroom, such as this one at Grande Cheese. The Architects at Gensler fashioned a slab of Calacatta Retro marble into a sleek conference table that means business.

Aria Stone Gallery’s Calacatta Retro Marble Boardroom Desk at Grande Cheese. Credits: Ryan Gobuty Photography, Gensler Architecture Company

Pairing clean lines and a symmetrical bookmatched design is welcoming and evokes a sense of serenity. The floating marble design mixed with the dark wood paneling creates an eye catching focal point on this stunning natural work of art.

Aria Stone Gallery’s Calacatta Gold Borghini Extra Marble Reception Desk designed by PDR Corp

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Luxurious Celebrity Bathrooms

From the penthouses of New York City to expansive estates in Beverly Hills, see how celebrities unwind in their luxurious marble cladded master bathrooms.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s Manhattan penthouse is lined with floor-to-ceiling marble. The floors, countertops, built-in-shelves, and tub surround are all cladded in a luxurious white and grey marble similar to Aria Stone Gallery’s Calacatta Bettogli Extra.

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Image Courtesy of Evan Johnson Images

The dignified master bath of Courtney Cox features a cool palate with rich textiles. A long, trough sink is fashioned with Onyx Black Cloud stone that continues into the shower.

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Image Courtesy of Elle Decor

When Nina Garcia completely renovated her New York apartment, she decided to go with a timeless and elegant white marble. The many use of mirrors breathes light and life into every nook of this detail oriented bathroom.

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Image Courtesy of Architectural Digest

Jennifer Aniston converted a large his and hers bath into a spa like retreat in her Los Angeles home. Backlit onyx sets the tone for a relaxing escape to the spa bath, soaking tub, and meditation room.

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Photo Courtesy of Architectural Digest

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham’s calacatta marble cladded master bath takes advantage of the natural light and greenery available at their Beverly Hills estate. Complete with a stand alone tub and steam shower and plenty of storage.

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Designed by Kelly Wearstler, the guest bathroom Cameron Diaz’s Asian inspired feminine Greenwich Village apartment in Manhattan is cladded in pink onyx from the walls to the custom countertops. The brass sink was custom made by Bates and Bates with fittings by waterworks. For a similar look and hue, try Aria Stone Gallery’s Onyx Avorio.

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Image Courtesy of Architectural Digest

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