Calacatta Michelangelo

Named for Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti – who favored Calacatta from the famous Carrara quarries in Italy’s Apuan Alps - Calacatta Michelangelo is marked with the faintest grey-blue (and sometimes gold) veining. This stone is ideal for a wide variety of residential applications, and is increasingly popular in the kitchen.
You can never go wrong with a classic white bathroom vanity.

You can never go wrong with a classic white bathroom vanity.

Michelangelo's Tomb of Pope Julius II; 1505-45.

Michelangelo's Tomb of Pope Julius II; 1505-45.

Beautiful marble vanity.

Beautiful marble vanity.

Calacatta Michelangeo immaculate kitchen island.

Calacatta Michelangeo immaculate kitchen island.

Michelangelo - David.

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Michelangelo - David.

Island and countertops made of classic Calacatta Michelango stone.

Island and countertops made of classic Calacatta Michelango stone.

The showstopping herringbone marble backsplash is fashioned out of 2- by 8-inch Calacatta Michelangelo tiles.

The showstopping herringbone marble backsplash is fashioned out of 2- by 8-inch Calacatta Michelangelo tiles.

Calacatta Michelangelo full slab image from hgstones.com (lot HG-3469)

Calacatta Michelangelo full slab image from hgstones.com (lot HG-3469)

Calacatta Michelangelo honed marble countertops

Calacatta Michelangelo honed marble countertops

Calacatta Michelangelo kitchen island

Calacatta Michelangelo kitchen island

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