We’re excited to share our latest sintered stone works of art used in commercial applications. Take a gander at “Opera” Dekton by Cosentino and “Eternal Marquina” Silestone by Cosentino. Two beautiful, incredibly durable surfaces we recently fabricated and installed at Samuel Cole Salon in Raleigh. The interiors were designed by Rima Nasser of TEW Design Studio.
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.
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.
We’re excited to showcase the latest in sintered stone surfaces: Cosentino Dekton, Lapitec and Neolith. Each of these surfaces is ideal for any number of interior and exterior applications because of their exceptional durability.
We like to call each of our sintered stone products “spectacularly indestructible,” because they’re 100 percent natural and formed by ultra-high heat. ROCKin’teriors is a certified fabricator for these sintered stone products, an exclusive designation in Raleigh, Cary and throughout the Triangle.
These high-tech stone surfaces can be fabricated at nearly any thickness and use for flooring, counters, interior walls, exterior siding, or pretty much any modern aesthetic. Learn more here.
As Hurricane Matthew surged through North Carolina, the ROCKin’teriors facility was aglow with purple lights and filled with people celebrating newlyweds, Chris and Jordan Luongo.