12 February 2016

Introducing Our New Brand

2015 was an incredible year for Natural Stone Design Gallery. In addition to celebrating our incredible 25th year in business, we decided to undergo a refresh of our company image. However, one does not simply go out and draw a new logo. We wanted to dig a bit deeper. Over the course of 25 years we have built some incredible relationships with our customers. We wanted our new image to honor our past as well as position us for the next 25 years.

During our time in business, we have made some pretty amazing friends. We’ve acquired exclusive distribution of ten luxury tile products, which may also explain why we enjoy great relationships with Sacramento’s finest designers and architects. In over 25 years in business, we could not be more proud of the combination of products and service that we offer our customers.

Introducing our new image. The logo itself is fresh and organic. It evokes the modern classic glass tiles that accompany so many projects in recent years. The Natural Stone font is blocky and bold, representing stone as well as the confidence that comes from two and a half decades in business.
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Along with our fresh new look, Natural Stone Design Gallery invested in a new website. As we shared, we wanted to do something extraordinary to honor those that have helped make us more successful. Front and center on our new sites are projects designed by our loyal designers and architects. The website serves as a tribute to our designers and their beautiful work. Of course, since they are our customer, we are certain that you’ll find some beautiful natural stone featured in their projects.
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The new website is more than just a show piece. It is a resource. Each project featured has products, material types, and manufacturers listed. Every manufacturer and product type can be researched, along with projects that show their aesthetic appeal. We hope you enjoy the new site as much as we enjoyed creating it. As more designers share their projects, the site will grow ever more useful. Give it a look. Kick the tires, and let us know what you think.