Actress Rebel Wilson surprises close friend with outdoor oasis featuring Neolith Sintered Stone

Neolith, the pioneering brand of Sintered Stone, was featured this week in the final episode of ‘Celebrity IOU’ Season 1 featuring the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, and Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson.


Actress Rebel Wilson surprises close friend with outdoor oasis featuring Neolith Sintered Stone
Actress Rebel Wilson surprises close friend with outdoor oasis featuring Neolith Sintered Stone
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How to Describe Your Style to a Renovation Professional (11 photos)

When you’re preparing to work with a professional on a home project – whether it’s an architect, landscape designer, interior designer, decorator or another professional – communicating your preferences in a clear way can help them understand exactly what you’re looking for and deliver results you love….


How to Describe Your Style to a Renovation Professional (11 photos)
How to Describe Your Style to a Renovation Professional (11 photos)
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18 Beyond-Ordinary Bathrooms From Around the World (18 photos)

See how colour, materials, pairings, shapes and proportions have created once-in-a-lifetime bathrooms around the world. From Spain to the Ukraine, these expressions of individuality are a sight for sore eyes.
And remember, you can get more details of a project and see more of a professional’s


18 Beyond-Ordinary Bathrooms From Around the World (18 photos)
18 Beyond-Ordinary Bathrooms From Around the World (18 photos)
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Technology Update: NSI Solutions

NSI Solutions has released its new Top Polish Kit for natural granite and quartzite. The kit is the result of several years of collaboration with industry professionals and extensive testing by the NSI team.


Technology Update: NSI Solutions
Technology Update: NSI Solutions
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Natural stone in the Caribbean

Across the Caribbean, architects and developers are moving away from the traditional and locally quarried stone materials they have used in the past. Instead, they are taking advantage of the increasing competitiveness and global availability of much higher-grade stone materials.
Natural stone in the Caribbean
Natural stone in the Caribbean
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