Kelty Tile & Marble 601 Ridgewood Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157, 601-607-7227

Materials

Natural Stone - Tile - Hardwood

Using the right materials for the remodel is about the most important decision made in the design of your new kitchen or bathroom. Kelty Tile and Marble has experienced and friendly designers on staff to help you through this process. In most cases, we also have the inventory available to help you make the best choice for your needs. If we don’t have the inventory in stock we can easily order and have it in a timely manner for your remodel.
Design is in the Details Details are everything and become the structure of your project. Design is not about just being visually appealing, it’s creating a lifestyle to endure over time. With over 40 years of combined experience in the industry, our experienced staff works to educate our customers with product knowledge, empowering the customer with the proper information to make the best-informed decision for their project. We are here to educate, guide, and support every job from conception to completion.
601 Ridgewood Road Ridgeland, MS 39157 601-607-7227
Natural Stone • Granite • Limestone • Marble • Onyx • Quartz • Traverstone
Tile • Ceramic • Glass Tiles • Metal • Natural Stone • Porcelain
Wood Products • Engineered • Solid
Products:
What is Natural Stone? "Natural Stone" refers to a number of products quarried from the earth, used over many thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. Natural Stone Includes.... Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others. They are more than just rocks. Our natural stone is hand selected from the best, most consistent sources for durability and beauty. Travertine Valued for its banded, pitted “distressed” appearance, travertine adds rich, distinctive character to a variety of indoor and outdoor building projects. Its patterns and veining effects were formed by hot spring water percolating through underground limestone. When used for interior applications, travertine is often filled with cement, grout or resin and sealed to create a smooth, stain-resistant surface. Image shown: Onyx A translucent stone with a glossy, polished surface, onyx is composed of crystalline silica and closely related to agate, a semi-precious stone. Often found in caves, onyx is formed by the slow flow of cold, carbonated spring water. Onyx is available in pastel shades of yellow, brown, green, orange, and white. Limestone  The muted, soft tones of limestone are perfect for today's casual and comfortable lifestyles. Available in hues of soft beige and tan, either polished or honed, limestone products are ideal for bathrooms, fireplaces, countertops and flooring in low-traffic, informal areas. Granite For maintenance-free elegance and durability, granite is unmatched. Its incredible strength and density makes granite the perfect choice for massive structural work – walls, monuments and supports. Though it is the hardest of structural stones, the amazing variety of mineral-rich colors and natural patterns gives it ornamental value as well. Granite products are ideal for flooring, countertops, vanities and decorative exterior applications. Quartz Quartz Shimmering and sparkling with tiny quartz crystals, Quartz is a rock similar to slate with a medium grained texture and incredible durability. Differing mineral content creates many color variations, from the sedate white, gray or beige to more adventurous shades of purple and pink. Quartzite is widely used for wall veneers and decorative tiles. A naturally non-skid texture makes it a perfect candidate for flooring indoors and out, including areas with heavy traffic and exposure to the elements. Marble Prized for its timeless style, texture and high-gloss polish along with a rich palette of beautiful colors, marble has a place anywhere in the home. Available in solids or dramatic veined varieties, marble may be carved or sculpted in many ways, making it one of the most versatile decorative stones. Often seen as a symbol of luxury, modern technology brings beautiful marble products even to budget-conscious homeowners.
Tile Kelty Tile & Marble Design Center offers a variety of tile made from different materials. These materials include: Porcelain Porcelain tile has been a popular building material for many years. Porcelain tile is durable and strong. Its attributes have made it one of the top choices of builders, homeowners and designers looking for a versatile material for use in kitchen backsplashes, countertops, floors and bathroom tub and shower stalls. Ceramic Ceramic tile material is not just great for decoration but it has fantastic functionality in the way of durability, stain resistance, heat resistance and frost resistance.  Ceramic tiles are made from clay and are ideal for bathrooms and kitchens whether that be for floor tile or wall tile installation. Natural Stone Natural Stone refers to a number of products quarried from the earth, used over many thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. These products include Granite, marble, limestone and others. Natural stone is hand selected from the best and is durable and beautiful. Glass The beauty and versatility of glass tiles make them a perfect design material for most renovation projects in and around the home or business.  Glass tiles come in a variety of colors and textures. Glass tiles are also resistant to stains, mildew and allergens. They’re easy to wipe clean and do not stain. Metals Metal tile can give any room a modern and versatile look. Metal tile offers a combination of durability, longevity and attractiveness.
Wood Products Kelty Tile & Marble Design Center offers two kinds of wood. Engineered Wood Engineered wood includes a range of derivative wood products which are manufactured by binding the strands or boards of wood together with adhesives to form composite materials. These products are engineered to precise design specifications which are tested to meet national or international standards. Engineered wood products provide the natural warmth and beauty of wood. Many products are available in a variety of surface textures and treatments for nearly every aesthetic taste, from rustic to elegant. The products can be easily and beautifully finished with paints, stains, and varnishes. Solid Wood Solid wood is a term most commonly used to distinguish between ordinary lumber and engineered wood, but it also refers to structures that do not have hollow spaces. Perhaps the greatest advantage of solid wood is that the wood is the same all the way through, so repairs are relatively easy. Solid wood furniture is strong enough to easily satisfy all furniture applications, and it can last for centuries.
Kelty Tile & Marble 601 Ridgewood Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157, 601-607-7227

Materials

Natural Stone - Tile -

Hardwood

Using the right materials for the remodel is about the most important decision made in the design of your new kitchen or bathroom. Kelty Tile and Marble has experienced and friendly designers on staff to help you through this process. In most cases, we also have the inventory available to help you make the best choice for your needs. If we don’t have the inventory in stock we can easily order and have it in a timely manner for your remodel.
Design is in the Details Details are everything and become the structure of your project. Design is not about just being visually appealing, it’s creating a lifestyle to endure over time. With over 40 years of combined experience in the industry, our experienced staff works to educate our customers with product knowledge, empowering the customer with the proper information to make the best-informed decision for their project. We are here to educate, guide, and support every job from conception to completion.
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Materials

Natural Stone - Tile - Hardwood

Using the right materials for the remodel is about the most important decision made in the design of your new kitchen or bathroom. Kelty Tile and Marble has experienced and friendly designers on staff to help you through this process. In most cases, we also have the inventory available to help you make the best choice for your needs. If we don’t have the inventory in stock we can easily order and have it in a timely manner for your remodel.
Design is in the Details Details are everything and become the structure of your project. Design is not about just being visually appealing, it’s creating a lifestyle to endure over time. With over 40 years of combined experience in the industry, our experienced staff works to educate our customers with product knowledge, empowering the customer with the proper information to make the best-informed decision for their project. We are here to educate, guide, and support every job from conception to completion.
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Kelty Tile & Marble 601 Ridgewood Road, Ridgeland, MS 39157, 601-607-7227
601 Ridgewood Road Ridgeland, MS 39157 601-607-7227
Natural Stone • Granite • Limestone • Marble • Onyx • Quartz • Traverstone
Tile • Ceramic • Glass Tiles • Metal • Natural Stone • Porcelain
Wood Products • Engineered • Solid
Products:
What is Natural Stone? "Natural Stone" refers to a number of products quarried from the earth, used over many thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. Natural Stone Includes.... Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others. They are more than just rocks. Our natural stone is hand selected from the best, most consistent sources for durability and beauty. Travertine Valued for its banded, pitted “distressed” appearance, travertine adds rich, distinctive character to a variety of indoor and outdoor building projects. Its patterns and veining effects were formed by hot spring water percolating through underground limestone. When used for interior applications, travertine is often filled with cement, grout or resin and sealed to create a smooth, stain- resistant surface. Image shown: Onyx A translucent stone with a glossy, polished surface, onyx is composed of crystalline silica and closely related to agate, a semi-precious stone. Often found in caves, onyx is formed by the slow flow of cold, carbonated spring water. Onyx is available in pastel shades of yellow, brown, green, orange, and white. Limestone  The muted, soft tones of limestone are perfect for today's casual and comfortable lifestyles. Available in hues of soft beige and tan, either polished or honed, limestone products are ideal for bathrooms, fireplaces, countertops and flooring in low-traffic, informal areas. Granite For maintenance-free elegance and durability, granite is unmatched. Its incredible strength and density makes granite the perfect choice for massive structural work – walls, monuments and supports. Though it is the hardest of structural stones, the amazing variety of mineral-rich colors and natural patterns gives it ornamental value as well. Granite products are ideal for flooring, countertops, vanities and decorative exterior applications. Quartz Quartz Shimmering and sparkling with tiny quartz crystals, Quartz is a rock similar to slate with a medium grained texture and incredible durability. Differing mineral content creates many color variations, from the sedate white, gray or beige to more adventurous shades of purple and pink. Quartzite is widely used for wall veneers and decorative tiles. A naturally non-skid texture makes it a perfect candidate for flooring indoors and out, including areas with heavy traffic and exposure to the elements. Marble Prized for its timeless style, texture and high-gloss polish along with a rich palette of beautiful colors, marble has a place anywhere in the home. Available in solids or dramatic veined varieties, marble may be carved or sculpted in many ways, making it one of the most versatile decorative stones. Often seen as a symbol of luxury, modern technology brings beautiful marble products even to budget-conscious homeowners.
Tile Kelty Tile & Marble Design Center offers a variety of tile made from different materials. These materials include: Porcelain Porcelain tile has been a popular building material for many years. Porcelain tile is durable and strong. Its attributes have made it one of the top choices of builders, homeowners and designers looking for a versatile material for use in kitchen backsplashes, countertops, floors and bathroom tub and shower stalls. Ceramic Ceramic tile material is not just great for decoration but it has fantastic functionality in the way of durability, stain resistance, heat resistance and frost resistance.  Ceramic tiles are made from clay and are ideal for bathrooms and kitchens whether that be for floor tile or wall tile installation. Natural Stone Natural Stone refers to a number of products quarried from the earth, used over many thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. These products include Granite, marble, limestone and others. Natural stone is hand selected from the best and is durable and beautiful. Glass The beauty and versatility of glass tiles make them a perfect design material for most renovation projects in and around the home or business.  Glass tiles come in a variety of colors and textures. Glass tiles are also resistant to stains, mildew and allergens. They’re easy to wipe clean and do not stain. Metals Metal tile can give any room a modern and versatile look. Metal tile offers a combination of durability, longevity and attractiveness.
Wood Products Kelty Tile & Marble Design Center offers two kinds of wood. Engineered Wood Engineered wood includes a range of derivative wood products which are manufactured by binding the strands or boards of wood together with adhesives to form composite materials. These products are engineered to precise design specifications which are tested to meet national or international standards. Engineered wood products provide the natural warmth and beauty of wood. Many products are available in a variety of surface textures and treatments for nearly every aesthetic taste, from rustic to elegant. The products can be easily and beautifully finished with paints, stains, and varnishes. Solid Wood Solid wood is a term most commonly used to distinguish between ordinary lumber and engineered wood, but it also refers to structures that do not have hollow spaces. Perhaps the greatest advantage of solid wood is that the wood is the same all the way through, so repairs are relatively easy. Solid wood furniture is strong enough to easily satisfy all furniture applications, and it can last for centuries.