Our mission is to be the primary location for architects, designers and homeowners looking to buy Granite, Quartzite or Marble slabs in Sydney.
Our constantly evolving range of natural stone sets Avant Stone apart as a unique stone supplier. Selections are made based on the individuality of each stone, as well as our knowledge of what our clients want to achieve with their projects. Selecting stone is like buying a diamond, with an emphasis on evaluating the colour, texture and vein structure of the individual stone.
Marble is a metamorphic rock that starts life as a granular limestone, that is recrystallised over time through heat and pressure. Marble can take on a range of textures and hues. The characteristic swirls and veins present in Marble slabs are usually due to various mineral such as sand, clay or silt which were originally present as grains or layers in the limestone.
As a premium Marble supplier in Sydney, Avant Stone sources unique range of Marble slabs from the remote quarries and manufacturers around the globe. With a focus on quality and exclusivity, our Marble features patterns unique to each piece, allowing our clients to find a product that makes their next project truly bespoke.
From the shimmering aura of the Taj Mahal to the Duomo in Florence, there is a reason why Marble slabs are one of the world’s most revered natural materials used for over 5,000 years.
Granite is an igneous stone known for its majestic appearance and its superior versatility. Our range of Granite is carefully selected to offer a colour palette suited to the modern Australian architectural space. Granite is an affordable and practical luxury – the stone is scratch & chemical resistant along with being extremely durable. Whether it’s for the kitchen, bathroom or your commercial project, Granite will ensure a unique and unmatched look in whichever space it is utilised in.
Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock. It is one of the densest natural stones and has a similar strong physical structure to that of Granite. It shares the light colouration and soft pattern of Marble, but contains entirely different minerals and properties, often making it an attractive alternative for kitchen countertops.