You probably think of terrazzo as a mid-century design material, and of course, it had a huge heyday from 1930 to 1970, when the poured and polished version of the cement and marble chip composite was installed in nearly every public building. In fact, though, like many timeless materials, terrazzo can be traced back much farther than our current reference point. In this case to 15th century Italy. Of course, back then it was never as colorful as our new collection of pre-cast, 8-inch tiles which are named after the rainbow – Arcobaleno. In nine soft and pretty nature-inspired color variations, all in a sophisticated matte finish, Arcobaleno brings all the strength and lasting beauty to an interior of poured terrazzo, but is so much simpler to install. Ask your Marble Systems associate about creating patterns out of multiple colors to create wayfinding, feature walls and other interesting modular designs. Suitable for all horizontal and vertical applications in residential and commercial interiors, Arcobaleno is brilliant in high traffic spots but quite at home in any residential design as well.
Bella Muro Ceramic Tile
A beautiful wall of ceramic tile is the focal point of many fine residences. Hence the name of our new collection, Bella Muro Ceramic Tile. An easy definition of a ceramic glaze is offered by Merriam-Webster: “a mixture of powdered materials that often includes a premelted glass made into a slip and applied to a ceramic body by spraying or dipping and capable of fusing to glassy coating when dried and fired.”This collection features over a dozen color ways; some are in an easy to design with matte finish and others are classically glossy. In addition, the rectangular shape opens lots of possibilities for creative flow.
Today, Chelsea Brick s characterized as one of the most eclectic and stylish neighborhoods in New York City. Past and present, its renaissance has been distinguished by incredible Architecture, famous resident Artists, along with notable Restaurants and Gallery’s that are unabashedly individualistic.Brick as building material has been used, through out history, to create walls, paving and other aspects of masonry. Typically, the word brick referred to a unit composed of clay. However, today it may be used anecdotally to indicate rectangular items set in mortar. As such, brick can be composed of clay-bearing soil, sand, and lime, or concrete materials.The diversity of our Chelsea Brick Collection will appeal to anyone’s innate desire to express themselves personally; 31 artisanal glazes available in Rustic, Plain or Striated profiles. Made in the USA artisanal hand glazed bricks.Please download Brick Blends PDF.
Coastal Glass Tile
Come sail away with Marble Systems’ Coastal Glass Tile Collection. Interlocking tiles are available in a combination matte /gloss finish. These glass tiles are soft to the touch with a neutral, organic edge. Super functional in active areas, including kitchen backsplashes, countertops, showers or floors.Over the years, the use of color has been a constant topic in the world of stone, tile and glass across America. We certainly spend a good deal of time in this space discussing it. One way to simplify the task of choosing a color scheme is by thinking in terms of “disposable” colors versus “durable” colorsAvailable in 7 soft environmental tones: Breeze, Fog, Air, Drift, Fresh, Tide and Foam. Plus an additional 6 metallic color values. Not suitable for pools or fountains where the tiles are submerged under water. Sold by the sq ft.
Introducing our Designers Choice slab collection, a beautiful collection of Marble Systems rare and unique natural stone slabs. This collection has been exclusively created based on Marble Systems’ one of a kind slabs from foreign countries, attractive and eye-catching characteristics. Selected with absolute perfection and based on our costumers’ requirements this rare slab selection will enhance any of your upcoming architectural projects.Per Wikipedia, "Natural stone is used as architectural stone (construction, flooring, cladding, counter tops, curbing, etc.) and as raw block and monument stone for the funerary trade. Natural stone is also used in custom stone engraving. The engraved stone can be either decorative or functional. Natural memorial stones are used as natural burial markers."
French Parquet Marble
Our luxuriously appointed French Parquet Marble collection takes a nod to the 18th century when hand hewn wood floors were made for the very discriminating aristocracy of the time.Nothing in a design plan stands out more readily than an element or item that appears to be custom in nature. In our view, this is where this collection truly distinguishes itself.The discerning homeowner can add a slight touch of old world styling in a very reasonable manner.These uniquely designed parquetry and marquetry patterns are crafted in 3 gorgeous stones delivering a unique revival of a beloved classic with a contemporary appeal.
Haisa Blue Marble Tile
Haisa Blue Marble Tile Collection is optimized for wall and floor applications in both residential and commercial settings. The marble collection features gray- blue finish and is a perfect fit for an informal look while still transmitting elegance. As with any natural stone collection, each piece might vary in color or shade, which is a perfect format to add movement and a certain uniqueness to a space of your choice. Haisa Blue Marble collection comes in tiles, slabs, and mosaics.
Riva Del Mar
The Riva Del Mar Glass Pebbles Collections is a Marble Systems product offering. The color range allows for a high degree of design flexibility around the material.Always helpful, our partners in knowledge at give us a basic definition that will allow us to understand modern mosaics: “A mosaic is a piece of art or image made from the assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. It is often used in decorative art or as interior decoration”. The warmth of the pebble shape works nicely with the cooler feel that the glass elements bring into play.
Temple Brick Glazed Tile
Thousands of years steeped in tradition have influenced the Zen of Japan’s architectural and interior culture. Add some peaceful simplicity to yours with our Temple Brick Glazed Tile Collection that takes inspiration from centuries-old Japanese Raku Pottery. Our artisans have layered in western innovation to deliver a gorgeous palette of brick tiles, each one delivering unique characteristics in glaze and surface variation.Brick as building material has been used, through out history, to create walls, paving and other aspects of masonry. Typically, the word brick referred to a unit composed of clay. However, today it may be used anecdotally to indicate rectangular items set in mortar. As such, brick can be composed of clay-bearing soil, sand, and lime, or concrete materials.The Temple Brick Collection is designed to be used in interior residential or commercial applications, made in the USA, and is a custom order item.Temple Brick is made out of 18.5% recycled materials.Please download Brick Blends PDF.