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Natural stone: an all-rounder in interior finishing

Natural stones have become indispensable in today's construction industry. And not only there: whether it is in industry, or in its use for walls, tombs, restorations or sculptures; we encounter natural stone time and again in everyday life.

Especially in interior finishing, natural stone is one of the most important materials. It is used in facade cladding as well as for stairs, flooring, countertops or decorative objects in the house. Which type of natural stone is used depends on many factors. Based on personal taste, possible use, and demands, a number of natural stones can be considered for interior finishing. Granite is especially popular because it combines extreme durability with beauty and elegance.

Varieties of natural stone

In addition to granite, marble, basalt, limestone, travertine – the so-called antique marble – or sandstones are also popular choices for interior finishing and garden architecture. For steles, palisades, paving, facing and also wall and planting systems, natural stone can be used. In addition, many types of natural stones are nowadays available as granules.

Machining options and customer requirements

The machining of the natural stone is always different and adapts to the customer's wishes. While a countertop of course is polished, palisades or wall elements are sometimes merely split in order to achieve a most natural effect. Depending on the product type, Ninos Naturstein & Fliesen will cut your premium natural stone according to your wishes and deliver it to your home as quickly as possible. Customers of Ninos Naturstein & Fliesen benefit from exclusive direct sales prices, made possible only because we obtain our high-quality natural stone directly from the natural stone quarries in Spain, Italy, China and India. 


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