MODERN visual design is everywhere -- from graphic designing to interior design. It is evident with the widespread construction of commercial establishments, condominiums, and residential houses that are stepping up their game to have modern interior design.
Not only that is it a plus points for aesthetics, as it also creates comfort for people staying in the place.
In Davao City, the infrastructure and construction business expanded due to the Build, Build, Build project of the current administration.
Stone Depot is one of those companies that are known in fabricating and installing various applications out of granite, marble, and engineered quartz slabs to kitchen countertops and bathroom vanity tops.
Stone Depot opened its first branch in 2015 in Cebu. Originally, the company focused on supplying raw natural stone slabs in the market. A year after, the company began providing services to residential and commercial projects in Cebu and neighboring islands.
Because of its successful market appeal, it has since expanded to Davao City, their first branch in Mindanao, and second in 2019 in Cagayan De Oro City.
Despite being a neophyte in the stone industry, they pride on being able to deliver projects and supplies to clients on time at a high quality and at a fair price.
They have a wide variety of granites, marbles, travertines, onyxes, and engineered quartz, making these classic materials for contemporary applications, and a good alternative for natural stones.
Recently, they launched their new products: quartz cloud stone, moonstone, and grey sapphire, which are potential client favorites.
Stone Depot sales employee Vijay Vinluan said their materials had been sourced from countries such as India, China, and Norway, giving assurance to its clients that it is durable and has a lifetime durability.
"Our clients preferred our stones, which is more aesthetically appealing and stronger, adding the 'millenial' aptness in the design brought by its simplicity," she said.
Soon, Ilonggos would get to experience their quality products as they would soon open a branch in Iloilo before the year ends.