We are currently seeing a rebound in the use of black marble for luxury interiors.
This eternal, beautiful and elegant material is today reinterpreted by architects and interior designers throughout the international scene.
The black color as a symbol of elegance
Black is a color associated with elegance, luxury, and sensuality and owes its halo of distinction to Coco Chanel.
“Fashion fades, only style remains the same.”
The dressmaker changed the stereotypes of her time and opted for simplicity as a symbol of elegance. Let’s see how this concept is translated into the use of black marble for luxury interiors.
TINO Natural Stone participated with this material in the interiors of the restaurant, bar, lounge, and hall of the building.
The image highlights the countertop of one of the bars. Elegantly shaped, it gives a strong personality to the whole environment.
Black Dune, the balance between black and white
Our product Black Dune is a calcitic black marble with linear white veins.
The architects and interior designers who choose this natural stone will be able to play with the verticality or horizontality of the lines, depending on their placement.
Blue Violet, nature creating art
Our stone Blue Violet is a calcite black marble with a high density of white veins. This material suggests the mystery of a natural grotto and has the elegance of a gem.
In the picture, we can see a multitude of sinuous, clear lines that sculpt the stone while the whole environment beautifies.
TINO participated in this project by adding Blue Violet in a luxurious villa in La Zagaleta (Marbella).
Vulcano, its name is no coincidence
Our natural stone Vulcano is a crystal black marble with golden streaks. Of the four stones we have seen, this is the one with the most passionate connotations. Especially for the intense contrast between the black base and its golden stretch marks.
In the image, we see how the great vigor of the veins is able to confer character to the whole space.
Go to the page of each material
Here you have a link to the page of each material that we have just seen: