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“Designing Spaces” Features ROCKin’teriors

We hope you got to see our Designing Spaces segment, which aired last week on Lifetime. It airs again this Thursday at 7:30 a.m., and then goes to syndication!  We’re proud to showcase the beauty of mother nature, and thank the Marble Institute of America and Building Stone Institute (MIA+BSI: The Natural Stone Institute) for selecting ROCKin’teriors to represent our industry.

 

ROCKin’teriors on Designing Spaces

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ROCKin’teriors Hosts Italian Artist Roberto Pagliari

Over the past month we’ve had the opportunity to custom-fit the marble holy water font at the altar of Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral Raleigh. This high-profile project enabled us to host famous Italian stone consultant Roberto Pagliari in our studio! Roberto was commissioned to select the gorgeous stone throughout the Cathedral to bring to life architect James O’Brien’s vision.

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National Kitchen & Bath Assoc. Trains at ROCKin’teriors

ROCKin’teriors once again served as a training site for area design professionals in June. The National Kitchen & Bath Association Eastern Carolina Chapter held its continuing education course on marble use in kitchens at ROCKin’teriors, with instruction by our friend Rob Bacon of Daltile. With numerous training workshops held in our space in recent months, ROCKin’teriors University is now in session! We’re delighted to help our friends in architecture and interior design and encourage you to stop to see what’s happening in our workshop and design studio.

 

 

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Service Hero Receives Walls of Honor From Natural Stone Institute, ROCKin’teriors & Gary Sinise Foundation

Recently Rockin’teriors participated in the “Walls of Honor” project with the Gary Sinise Foundation and The Natural Stone Institute to honor USMC Sergeant Michael Frazier and his wife Monica. We’re participating in this project to build a home for Sgt. Frazier, who was wounded overseas while helping to preserve our freedom.

 

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