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Paul Romain, who co-owns Palatial Stone with his wife Amyre, has a business that provides customers with a unique and expansive selection of stone and tile for indoor and outdoor home projects. Marble, limestone, granite, onyx, travertine, slate and cobblestone are the stone choices, while glass and metal tiles add luster to the selection. Mosaics, murals and borders add even more flair, while numerous tile concept boards can give customers ideas on how to decoratively combine tiles.

Palatial Stone consists of a team of talented designers, installers and service representatives who assure their customers that they will take care of them from
concept to completion. Palatial Stone has showrooms in Harvey and Covington.




NOHL: What are some current trends you have observed?
PR:
Hand or brushed stone; the use of limestone or marble in the kitchen; and mosaics.

NOHL: What do you want our readers to know about Palatial Stone?
PR:
Since the store’s inception in 2001, the goal is to provide a comprehensive collection of stone and glass art. We are constantly researching new products and finishes, and it’s exciting with the multitude of items to choose from. Whether building new or updating  [an older property] we hope that our designs will serve as a source of inspiration for your project.


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