Calacatta Gold is all the rage right now and we don't mind a bit! Here we feature some recent trends we're seeing incorporating Calacatta Gold in both modern and classic ways.
1. The Kitchen Backsplash.
The kitchen is the perfect place to feature the beauty of Calacatta Gold, especially on the backsplash. Don't be afraid to mix up the finishes and not match the counters to the splash! Featured here, Prima Stone Calacatta Gold by Heart Kitchen & Bath, Edmonton. Prima Stone works so well for a backsplash or any vertical installation, because it is weighs only 3lbs per square foot and is much easier to cut and install than heavy slab.
2. The Book- Matched Shower
Turn your shower into a natural art piece with book-matched walls featuring Calacatta Gold. Image via Pinterest.
3. The Kitchen Island
If you're looking for a way to include marble on kitchen countertops, perhaps a Calacatta Gold marble island statement piece is for you! This space screams modern luxury mixing a hint of classic element such as windows and floors with a modern island and fixtures. Truly drool worthy. Image via Pinterest.
4. The Book- Matched Fireplace
A blog on Calacatta gold would be incomplete without a nod to one of our favourite features - the book-matched fireplace (don't forget the skamotec!). What do you think? Image via Pinterest.
5. Matching Backsplash & Countertops.
With other surfaces its a bit difficult to go matchy, matchy, but with marble, we say go for it! We suggest breaking up the monolithic look by incorporating gold fixtures and neutral countertops to really make the Calacatta Gold stand out! Image via Pinterest.
6. Classic French Country.
Do not be afraid to go with a more classic look, if that's your interior design style. We love the mix of stone, metal and custom millwork in this kitchen. Image via Pinterest.
7. The Calacatta Gold Bathroom.
Turn your daily routine into the ultimate luxury retreat by wrapping your bath floor to ceiling in book-matched Calacatta Gold. This bathroom features Prima Stone panels on the floors (scored for slip resistance), tub deck, bathroom and shower walls. Again, because Prima Stone panels are so lightweight installation is much easier when compared with slab, reducing cost and time to install. Image via Prima Stone.
What is your your favourite design in Calacatta Gold?