Yearly Archives: 2011

What is: Granite, Marble, Travertine.

gran·ite/ˈgranit/ Noun: ~A very hard, granular, crystalline, intrusive igneous rock consisting mainly of quartz, mica, and feldspar and often used as a building… ~Used in similes and metaphors to refer to something very hard and impenetrable. When Earth was forming it was a hot liquid ball of rock. While the Earth cooled three types of […]

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Quartz, marble, and glass tile – YK Stone Center Denver Co

YK Stone Center completed a countertop and shower project in denver co- one of those fun jobs where client is able to let us think outside of the box. FYI this fix and flip went under contract within days on the market.. The shower curb and seat is crema marfil marble, 1X1 glass tiles as […]

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Bathroom Vanities to go

Bathroom Vanity To Go for sale. $500 Metal (custom hand-made) stand, and $200 Stained Concrete, flat polished edge. Copper Hammered Vessel Sink (optional) $200- ($350 value). Pop-Up drain sold for $40. Vessel Faucet avail for $150.00 ($185 retail) Vanity ready to install. Accessories not included. Must be picked up at the shop, or we can […]

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FAQ about Granite

What is granite? Granite is an igneous rock formed from the earth’s magma, which is composed of quartz, feldspar, mica and a variety of other minerals, the formation of granite takes thousands of years and is the second hardest natural stone next to the diamond. Granite comes in a variety of colors, and no single […]

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Mountain Home-Old Western Meets New Style. Natural Stone by: YKStone Center

YK Stone Center had the privilege of doing all of natural stone fabrication and installation for this Western Style house up in Breckenridge Colorado. I had an opportunity to take photographs for the owners, Debbie & Bill Pain for their portfolio, and gosh, it took me about 4 hrs to go around the house (i […]

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Repair Care Kits for your home sinks

Care and Maintenance Kit of Kitchen Sinks Introducing Scratch-B-Gone! This is a new product that cleans your stainless steel sinks in just minutes. ANYONE can do it! In just 3 easy steps, it removes scuffs, fine scratches, light scratches and deep scratches. Removes chemical discoloration caused by cleaning products, bleach and acids fro you appliances. […]

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Sink Strainers YKStone Center Denver

    $11.00 + s/h A very high quality strainer, considered the standard in the industry. Multi-chrome plating for a beautiful finish. ____________________________________________ Blanco Drain   – $29.00 + s/h ____________________________________________ –$110.00 + s/h   ____________________________________________   –$32.00 + s/h Above- (oil Rubbed Bronze – $50.00 + s/h) ____________________________________________ – $95.00 +s/h.

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Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops Installed

Below is a bathroom countertop from 3cm marble, called “Alicante”- from our stock in our warehouse. Soft material works perfect for this natural color room. 2 rectangular-round bottom, porcelain sinks Below- Master hot tub: 3cm Vyara granite tops & window sills in pencil edge. Ivory travertine tiles in 1X1, 4X4, 6X6, and 12X12 on the […]

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Surfaces 2011. Las Vegas :)

Oh what a trip. It was Ilya, Konstantin, Anna and I (Gina) that went to the Surfaces. It was awesome, we stayed at the NY NY hotel, and ate at different restaurants- one of which we had dinner at, was the COMME ÇA located in the new build Cosmopolitan Hotel- is sooo great! ~But the […]

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Granite Sink.

YKStone Center has recently finished two projects with two sinks made out of the same material as their countertop. The first kitchen countertop and sink is from our stock material in our yard, called ‘Delirium’ granite, with an ogee edge. Comes from Brazilian Mountains, Very gorgeous and exotic slabs. The tile backsplash is a 4X4 […]

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NEW 2011 YEAR!!!!! :)

Well, and this New Years, we decided to do each of our own thing, but eventually the whole family came together in the end. The place to be, was at a Breckenridge lodge house, it was super awesome, close to the ski lift and the fresh snow, and powder outside our windows.. It really was […]

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