Los Angeles Slab Yard and Tile Shop with porcelain slabs

Porcelain Slab Yard in Los Angeles on Sepulveda Blvd

One of the biggest names in natural stone has released a new line that resembles natural stone but with modern day advantages. Antolini Tech mimics the look of natural stone by adding veining throughout its porcelain slabs. Antolini in Los Angeles and these porcelain slabs are made from pressed clay and sand exposed to extreme temperatures, and are meant to serve as an alternative to natural stone. The porcelain slab in Beverly Hills is hard to find but our showroom is close by between olympic blvd and pico blvd in sunny Los Angeles, California. Our products durability and aesthetically modern look, it can be used in any indoor or outdoor project. Antolini Tech porcelain slab in Los Angeles is resistant to extreme weather, versatile and low maintenance. Antolini tech  is becoming a household favorite for those that want an elegant look without the high maintenance of caring for natural stone. The Antolini Tech Porcelain Collection is available in 10 different color choices to suit any project.


Royal Stone & Tile in West Los Angeles on Sepulveda between Pico and Olympic on the west side of the street also carries porcelain slabs from the Fondovalle collection in Italy. Fondovalle Porcelain Slab Line  My Top encapsulates a selection of large, 12 mm- thick slabs, which revolutionises the concept of ceramic tiling, taking it to new spatial and design dimensions. With pioneering technology, we have transformed and reinvented the looks and technical features of conventional porcelain stoneware and transferred them to large scale designs.
The resulting beauty of textures and nishesexpands to let users explore future scenarios for contemporary living. MyTop brings innovative technology to the ceramics industry, which will change the face of tiling, expanding its potential for expression to include new applications and uses

in the world of bathrooms, kitchens, and interior design in general. A unique and ideal solution for worktops that not only need to be stylish but also to offer a high technical performance. A product development that originates from Fondovalle’s experience and commitment to research, the hands of our skilled craftspeople and technicians, and the tried and tested hands-on approach. In keeping with the changes and needs of modern living, itbreaks down the con nes of conventional methodsand technology, to develop new creative synergies, spreading beauty and the essence of Italy.

Royal Stone & Tile is serving all of  Canoga Park, Beverly Hills, Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Northridge, West Hills, Brentwood, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica and West Hollywood.



The biggest name in natural stone, Antolini has released a new line of porcelain slabs to resemble natural stone but with contemporary advantages of the porcelain slab. Can I please introduce Antolini Tech,  a collection of new porcelain slabs that contain veining throughout the surface to mimic the look of natural stones slabs. Antolini Tech porcelain slabs are made from pressed clay and sand exposed to extreme temperatures, these slabs are meant to serve as an alternative to natural stone. The Antolini Tech product is extremely durable, modern, and can be used in any indoor or outdoor project. Antolini Tech is resistant to extreme weather, versatile and low maintenance. Royal Stone and Tile in Los Angeles a natural stone and slab importer has stock of Antolini Tech slabs.  A popular choice for those that want an elegant look, Antolini Tech porcelain slabs from Royal Stone are easy to care for. Finally, the Antolini Tech Porcelain Collection is available in 20 different color choices to suit any project.

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Royal Stone and slab yard with large inventory of porcelain

Calacatta Gold Porcelain Slabs

Calcutta Gold  Porcelain Slabs.Royal Stone & Tile has  porcelain slabs at the slab yard.

Amazing slabs of Calacatta Gold marble can not only demand a high price tag but can also require maintenance. Porcelain slab options can give you the same look with a much lower cost and much less maintenance.

Carrara White Porcelain Slabs

Carrara White Porcelain Slabs.Royal Stone & Tile has  porcelain slabs at the slab yard.

Carrara Marble Porcelain slab collection from Royal Stone & Tile  combines the beautiful veining known from our popular carrara marble with the well known durability of porcelain slabs.

Nero Marquina Porcelain

Negro Marquina Porcelain Slabs.Royal Stone & Tile has  porcelain slabs at the slab yard.

Negro Marquina offers a classic rich black marble with a distinctive white veining pattern suitable to both classic and modern inspired design projects. Porcelain Negro Marquina slabs add the durability of porcelain.

Paonazzo Black Vein Porcelain

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Paonazzo is a very rare form of Marble.  The Royal Stone Paonazzo Black Vein Porcelain have dramatic movement just like the real marble slab without the maintenance.

Washed Concrete Porcelain Slab

Fondovalle Concrete Portland Porcelain Slabs.Royal Stone & Tile has  porcelain slabs

A concrete slab is a common structural element of modern buildings. Pouring a concrete slab yourself can be a big money-saver or big mistake. Porcelain slabs give you the look of concrete with the durability of Italian Porcelain.

Statuary Vein Porcelain Slabs

Statuary Vein Porcelain Slabs.Royal Stone & Tile has  porcelain slabs at the slab yard.

Statuary Vein marble is quarried in the legendary Carrara area of Italy, this stone is known for the distinct gray veins that meander throughout.  Going with the porcelain option can provide an equal look with maximum durability.

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Features and benefits of Porcelain Slabs for Walls and Coutnertops


What has emerged from the tile scene – especially from factories in Spain, Italy and Tennessee – are oversized porcelain slabs that look like granite, marble, wood, linen or just about any other natural material you could want – with none of their maintenance issues or usage restrictions. Like competitive quartz and solid surface (e.g., Corian) materials, porcelain slab tops are nonporous, so they’re a safe and healthy option for food preparation. Unlike those two materials, however, porcelain can be installed outside and is both heat- and frost-tolerant for homes across the country.  

“One of the best things about porcelain is that it can be used everywhere,” says Sacramento-based designer Kerrie Kelly. “It is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms with its stain, heat and water resistance. It is also perfect for outdoor applications and eliminates the worry of sun damage, as it is completely UV resistant. Large format tiles have been very popular for both kitchen and bath and our installers are happy when we specify the product.”

Porcelain is an extremely hard surface that isn’t prone to the etching, staining and other damage that daily household life can inflict on natural marble, but it can be manufactured with comparable beauty, thanks to ink jet production technologies. Unlike marble (or granite), however, each porcelain slab is uniform, so you don’t have to take time off from work to visit a stone yard to choose your remodeling project’s slabs. If you’re opting for a marble look – which is one of the most popular porcelain styles in use for both kitchens and bathrooms right now – you’ll be able to continue a vein across a wide wall or cabinet bank with bookmatched slabs for a traditional upscale look.

Jennifer Quail, editor-in-chief of i+D Magazine, the American Society of Interior Designers’ official publication, just returned from Cersaie, Italy’s massive tile expo, where many of the slabs were on display. What she saw, along with the 112,339 other industry pros from around the world who attended, was acres of thin porcelain tile extending from countertops into other facets of display rooms for seamless style. “We saw full islands that used porcelain slabs on all sides creating an almost monolithic look; complete spa-like bathrooms where walls, floors and integrated tubs were all conceived with large format slabs, and also the use of large format pieces for dining tabletops.”