Many stone fabricators and contractors may throw their remnants away, but that doesn’t mean they belong in the trash. While there are many remnants that are large enough to use for your full fabrication needs, some are too small to use for a countertop or island. That doesn’t mean they can’t be used for something else though! Here are a few exciting ways to make smaller pieces of leftover marble or granite a beautiful new addition to your home.
Do you think stone is just for interior design? Well think again! Granite or marble pavers are the perfect addition to your outdoor space. Using remnant stone is a perfect way to bring the luxurious feel of natural stone to your backyard at an affordable price point. Whether you’re looking for paving stones, a barbeque grill island surround, or to wrap your pool, it’s a no-brainer to use remnant stone for your project.
If you’re tired of looking at the same old laminate or wood vanity, we don’t blame you. Not only are these materials harder to clean, but they also don’t provide the same sense of luxury that a marble, granite or quartz top would. Using a remnant from StoneTrash.com is the perfect way to add a touch of class to your vanity top. Check out one of our clients' bathroom vanities below for some inspiration!
There’s no better way to complement your new kitchen counters or marble fireplace than by pairing it with more stone. While it might not make sense to purchase another whole slab just to add a small pop of color, remnant marble can usually be gotten at a steep discount. With such stunning beauty, you’ll find it hard to look away for long enough to enjoy the view!
You have a beautiful dining room table or quartz countertops; why ruin them by putting hot serving dishes or pots and pans on it? A marble trivet or serving surface is the perfect accent to your new countertops. Natural stone is great at absorbing heat, which makes it an ideal material to use for this purpose. Don’t ruin your table or other surfaces; use a remnant from StoneTrash!
Does your night stand make you want to fall asleep? Spruce it up with a piece of natural stone! With a small piece that could easily be cut out of most remnants, you can take your end table, entryway table or nightstand from drab to fab in no time!
With all of these great ways to use remnant material, it’s impossible to imagine that stone fabricators and contractors could be throwing this stuff away! The times are changing though; the smart ones are jumping on StoneTrash to sell their excess inventory at a steep discount. Head on over to StoneTrash.com today to pick out your perfect remnant material and give one (or more) of these ideas a try!