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How To Shop For Marble Thresholds

Spring is coming. You’re probably thinking about cleaning up, sizing down, and organizing what’s left over. After all, you might not have completely followed through with your New Year’s resolution, but why fall off the improvement wagon all together? But if you’re looking for a little bit more change (you can never have too much change, right?), there are several ways to spruce up your living space without draining your budget. To do this, there are several places to start, as long as you make sure you do your homework to figure out the best prices on any materials you decide to use in your home improvements. Items like Marble thresholds can be great additions to any room in the home, and can be quite cost effective.
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A Standard Bevel is a 1/4" x 1/4" Bevel on 2 long sides of the threshold. Bevels and the top surface of the thresholds are polished. All natural stones are products of nature. The picture seen is for representation only. Natural Color and shades will vary from one piece to another. No two pieces of products will be alike. A Standard Bevel is a 1/4" x 1/4" Bevel on 2 long sides of the threshold. Bevels and the top surface of the thresholds are polished. All natural stones are products of nature. The picture seen is for representation only. Natural Color and shades will vary from one piece to another. No two pieces of products will be alike. Double Hollywood Bevel is a 1-3/8" Bevel on 2 long sides of the threshold. Threshold is 5/8" thick on top level and chamfers down to 3/8" thickness on edge. Bevels and the top surface of the thresholds are polished. All natural stones are products of nature. The picture seen is for representation only. Natural Color and shades will vary from one piece to another. No two pieces of products will be alike.
   
 
If you do decide to do some work on your bathroom, let’s talk about a couple things you’ll need to know, and more importantly, some things that aren’t so obvious, but very crucial to know as well. When it comes to bathroom improvements, many people will start by upgrading the flooring. Tile is a great way to go. But you know what they say—the beauty is in the details. When upgrading flooring, many people skip out on small details like the threshold, but when doing improvements, this can make all the difference. We suggest a marble tile threshold for the best aesthetic appeal.

Here are a few tips on how to shop for marble tile thresholds. Make sure you get exactly the size you’ll need the first time around, as cutting marble thresholds can be very risky (marble often cracks when cut). As far as coloring, many people like to match their threshold to their flooring. Others decide to go for an edgier feel by matching it to their bathroom décor (a shower curtain or wallpaper for example), adding contrast. Finding the perfect match can be tricky.

The first place you should look for marble thresholds are online stores. Online, you can be sure that you'll get the best price, because there is more competition for your attention. You can also be choosier about size and color when shopping online. Buying marble thresholds online also has an advantage over buying them in person. You can often have your marble cut or shaped by the same company you purchase it from.

Some people have had luck finding these thresholds at normal home improvement stores such as Home Depot or Lowe’s. If you can’t find it there, a local tile store should have what you need, and in the case that they don’t, they should be able to order something comparable. Like we said before, don’t skimp on these little details. If you can’t find what you want, just ask—they should be able to at least give you some direction, or point you to an online marble store with a good selection.