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.
Wondering why white-on-white is so popular? The desire for this interior aesthetic starts at the countertops. Two of the most highly regarded marble from Italy on the market – Carrara and Calacatta – are the sources of inspiration that interior designers to want to match their surroundings to the beauty of natural stone.
Knoxville Newspaper has reprinted our recent N&O feature and shared “A Source of Fine Stone” in their region. We’re extremely grateful and flattered to see word-of-mouth and printed media coverage travel out of state!
Jill Lucas of the News & Observer recently came on site to tour ROCKin’teriors and speak with Laura about her love of Mother Nature’s bounty and how she’s focused on providing premium stone to Triangle residential and commercial building projects.
ROCKin’teriors began in the heat of the 2008 recession but has succeed thanks to a passionate team. Thanks to Jill and the N&O for sharing our mantra that natural stone is an art form that endures.
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