There are plenty of advantages to opting for stone tile moldings. They will never warp or crack when exposed to water, and won’t rust like some metal moldings do. Most marbles come with a matching color molding made out of the same quarry. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes.
The most typical piece is an ogee. Architects use Ogee to finish countertops or wainscotting in bathrooms. Next is a base piece to be used on floors. The last one is a crown piece. You can use different parts to dress up various applications. Moldings should have the same finish as the tiles, such as polished flooring, should use a polished frame, and so on.
These moldings can be used to trim around any area where water is often running. We offer marble, travertine, limestone, and granite moldings in a large selection of colors and textures. We have simple shapes for small areas, and ornate shapes for areas of your home where the moulding will be highly visible.