Open to architects and designers, this bi-annual cocktail crawl is coming up this Fall of 2017 with better drinks and brighter networking opportunities! Sponsored by A|N Design Showroom, the crawl takes you on a path from the Flatiron District to NoMad while stopping by 10-12 of NYC’s most exclusive showrooms that contribute to the design […]
One of the most daunting prospects for homeowners is choosing the right stone for their house! Many homeowners love the way stone looks but are unsure of what material is suitable for where. If you are currently facing this challenge yourself, no need to worry! Here is a comprehensive guide on what stones are ideal […]
Yes, you heard that right, engineered stone– more formally known as sintered stone! The technology behind it is quite simple; natural minerals, clay, and feldspar are crushed into a powder and then placed under extremely high heat followed by pressure to create a solid surface. The sintered stone company that HG has proudly partnered with […]
Moka Cream is one of our favorite limestones! Quarried in Portugal, this limestone is one of the most popular in the world given its elegance and versatility. This material is characterized by its pale cream color, with accents of pink and dark beige veins, making it even more unique.
Marble is a popular surface choice amongst many designers and homeowners simply because of its known durability and elegant look. And within our community of marble lovers, we have often been asked this one question, So…what really is the difference between Calcatta and White Carrara? The similarities and the differences can best be described by their […]
Neolith will be kicking off the 2017 year by touring the country and showcasing their brand new tiny house! HG Stones has been selected to display one of Neolith’s brand new tiny houses! We are eagerly awaiting more details about this very exciting event and will share everything in due time! What is a Tiny House? […]
HG is a proud distributor of Vetrazzo surfaces Vetrazzo is known for creating unique surface designs using recycled glass. This Alehouse Amber slab can be a great conversation starter for this reason. The colors of this piece go well with any season of the year and can really put a nice creative touch to any […]