The importance of different marble slab finishes lies in their ability to transform raw marble into exquisite pieces that meet diverse aesthetic and functional preferences. Each finish, imparts a distinct character to the marble, influencing its appearance, feel, and overall appeal.

At Nitco, we set a new benchmark with our state-of-the-art, fully automated factory equipped with the cutting-edge Breton technology and the abrasive used is sourced from Italy. This facility represents the pinnacle of innovation in the marble industry, combining Nitco's commitment to excellence with Breton's precision machinery.

Keeping this is mind, below are the details of the finishes we offer -

1. Leather Finish

The process of leather finish leaves the stone with a silky texture, often described as a “pebbly” feel. High quality equipment is used to achieve this surface type to get a matte & undulating texture. A leather finish blocks the pores which makes the colours of the stone stand out. While a leathered finish does not have a reflective finish, it does enhance the natural qualities of the natural stone, with a non-uniform structure.

The unique tactile quality of leathered marble makes it a popular choice, where its subtle texture adds an extra layer of sophistication. The finish also provides enhanced slip resistance, making it suitable for flooring applications in areas where a slip-resistant surface is desired, such as bathrooms or entryways. Leathered marble's ability to mask fingerprints, and minor scratches makes it a practical choice for high-traffic areas.

2. Glossy Finish

A glossy finish will come with an ultra-smooth, shiny appearance. It's also very colour rich and vibrant. Maximum number of marble is sold in this finish. It is a popular choice for applications where a luxurious and elegant appearance is desired. The high-gloss sheen of this marble finish brings a sense of opulence to various architectural and design elements. One common use is for flooring, where it creates a stunning visual impact, particularly in foyers, hallways, and grand lobby.

3. Honed Finish

Honed marble finish, characterized by its smooth, satin matte appearance, is a versatile option that finds applications across various design styles. Unlike polished marble, the honed finish is less reflective, making it a preferred choice for those who appreciate a more subdued and natural aesthetic. Honed finish is also frequently employed for bathroom vanities, shower walls, and flooring, offering a sophisticated look that complements both modern and traditional designs.

The matte surface helps to conceal scratches and wear, making it a practical choice for high-traffic areas. In addition, honed marble is often used for wall cladding & decorative elements, allowing its timeless appeal to enhance various architectural features. The versatility and subtle beauty of honed marble make it a popular selection for those seeking a refined yet unpretentious finish in their interior space.

4. Hydro Finish

Hydro finish is the innovative technology used to process the surfaces of different materials with a high-pressure water jet. Unlike the cutting, in this application the jet of water has a lower pressure, but a broader range. Water finishing is suitable for marble and for yellow stones where a colour change is not desirable. Water-finished surfaces may be brushed to give a smoother velvety finish

5. Sand Blast Finish

A surface treatment that involves propelling fine bits of abrasive material at high velocity to etch or texture the surface of the marble. This process creates a matte and slightly rough texture, giving the marble a distinctive appearance. The sandblast finish is often characterized by a softened, weathered look, making it suitable for various design applications.

The sandblasted marble finish's ability to combine aesthetic appeal with practical benefits, such as slip resistance and durability, makes it a popular choice for both indoor and outdoor design applications. The finish adds a distinctive touch to architectural elements, making spaces visually engaging and unique.

6. River Finish

The River Washed finish is a unique finish. It is deeper than brushing and done at a much slower rate to create unique gorges and canyons that are defined by the characteristics of natural stone.