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Private Residence, Durham In the vicinity of Duke University, this Powder Room underwent a transformation.  To complement the Juperana Fantastico granite, the customer commissioned a local artist to make the sink.  Prescott Stone rendered several designs for this tiny space and, u
Private Residence All splashes are mitered for an outstanding fit and finish.
Private Residence Architect Jon Conderet was highly involved in this project.  Prescott Stone had several site meetings with the architect to ensure that the tub was detailed exactly to his specifications.  The granite for the tub, located on the second story, was lifted i
Private Residence Blue Bahia granite, very rare and quarried from boulders in Brazil, was specified for this Master Bath Retreat.  Note the varying levels of the vanities.  Prescott Stone collaborated closely with the cabinet and mirror shops to execute this design.
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. A vintage look drop-in tub was specified for this Chapel Hill master bath. The deck, of Carrara marble, has coordinating splashes to protect the adjacent walls. Use of such a design allows the bather to sit on the deck and easily swivel his or her legs in
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. This elegant Master Bath Vanity in a Chapel Hill residence features a very traditional Italian marble known as Carrera. The rich wall colour creates a wonderful backdrop for the marble. An integrated shelf adds a detail that creates dimensional interest a
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. The addition of marble moulding around this Chapel Hill shower entry created an elegant detail that tied the shower to the vanity and tub deck. Though this appears simple in design, expert fabrication and installation of such a detail requires tremendous
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. This Chapel Hill Master Bath vanity features a vessel sink that is partially recessed into the stone and a 12 inch high backsplash through which the plumbing fixtures are mounted.
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. This Chapel Hill Master Bath shower utilizes an integral shower bench and threshold of Baltic Brown granite. Baltic Brown is a deep, rich brown granite, quarried in Finland and often has deep green highlights.
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. Use of granite in the Laundry Room is a natural solution for your countertop needs! This Chapel Hill residence features a white cast iron undermount laundry sink set under Ivory Chiffon granite. The soft, subtle shades of this stone blend beautifully with
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. Cedar limestone was used on the master bath vanities in this Chapel Hill residence. This stone, with a beige/brown background and light veins, creates a soft, rich color palette in this bath.
Private Residence, Orange County. These vanities and undermounted tub deck are fabricated from a blue-toned Indian granite and are in a private residence in Orange County.
Private Residence, North Raleigh. A pre-existing bathtub on the second story of this home presented a challenge to us! We were asked to design a granite tub deck to sit upon it and to integrate the splashes with a pre-existing window sill. The end result is stunning. The granite used is k
Private Residence, North Raleigh. This pre-existing shower was "dressed up" by the addition of slabs of granite on the shower walls. Use of the glass shower door trimmed in brass accents the stone nicely. The granite is Shiva Kashi. We discourage the use of marble and limestone in wet-to-
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. This vanity is Giallo Veneziano granite which is quarried in Brazil. The stone is gold with peach undertones and has lots of smoky, topaz quartz. The quartz blends beautifully with stainless steel and pewter.
Private Residence, Hillsborough.  This vanity is made of a stone that is no longer readily available, Golden Juperana. The category of granites known as Juperanas are typified by fine to medium grain crystals that swirl and "move". This group of stones is often appealing to people lookin
Private Residence, Hillsborough. This vanity is made of a stone that is no longer readily available, Golden Juperana. The category of granites known as Juperanas are typified by fine to medium grain crystals that swirl and "move". This group of stones is often appealing to people looking
Private Residence, North Raleigh. The striking shades of this stone are absolutely stunning. This stone is Imperial Blue, a quartzite, stronger than granite and was hand-selected by the homeowner in Miami, Florida. The layout for this stone was crucial as we had to ensure that the transit
Private Residence, North Raleigh. Asymmetric curves characterize this vanity of Imperial Blue Opal Serene quartzite. A tubular steel substrate, designed and fabricated by Prescott Stone Fabricators supports the vanity from underneath.
Private Residence, North Raleigh. These vanities were fabricated of 2cm Giallo Elan marble quarried in Turkey.  Coordinating marble tiles were used for the flooring and the tub deck.
Private Residence, North Raleigh. This tub deck and skirt was created using 2cm Giallo Elan marble tile to match the marble slabs used on the vanities.
Private Residence, Orange County. This tub deck, fabricated from 2cm Dark Green Onyx, was designed to accommodate an undermount tub.  The hole is shaped and polished to conform to each individual tub
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. The vanities in this Master Bath are of 2cm Verde Butterfly granite that coordinates with a matching tub deck.
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. This tub deck, fabricated from 2cm (3/4") thick Verde Butterfly granite, was designed to accommodate a drop-in tub.  The splashes are usually six to eight inches in height on tubs and the plumbing fixtures can either be mounted on the stone or, sometimes
Private Residence, Chapel Hill. Fabricated of Verde Butterfly granite, this shower seat and wall niche are installed in a shower of porcelain tiles that mimic limestone.  These accent pieces tie in with an adjacent tub deck and vanities.


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