Steven Schrenk

Coming to the stone industry via studies in art and design at SCAD where I first fell in love with this material, I approach stone design with an artistic eye developed from years working in museums and galleries curating and installing exhibitions. I carve sculptures in marble and granite which continues to deepen my connection with natural stone. Cutting and fabricating slabs and blocks, working with architects and designers and managing complex installations are an extension of my hands-on skills in the industry and the studio. I enjoy expressing the beauty, and telling the story, of natural stone to convey its timeless message, ranging from the quarry to your finished design and everywhere in between.

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Recent Posts

Small Space, Big Style: 8 Tiny Bathrooms That Wow With Color and Light from Recycled Glass

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Bathroom design trends are constantly evolving, but one thing remains constant: the desire for a knockout space. But what if your bathroom is lacking in the square footage department? No worries: it’s simple to add impact with a smart combination of countertops, flooring and cabinetry — the workhorses and focal points of any design. Vetrazzo's recycled glass countertops add color, character and one-of-a-kind appeal, proving time and again that you don’t need a big space to make a big impact.

Keywords: Palladian Gray, Amethystos, Millefiori, Emerald Coast, Floating Blue, Alehouse Amber

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This Kitchen is Quiet on Color, But High on Sparkle, Texture and Light Thanks to Recycled Glass Countertops

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Stepping into the kitchen of Lucy and Serge’s home, you feel a sense of warmth and tranquility. Just the atmosphere this couple wanted for their new kitchen – the room that is the center of their University City home in San Diego, CA.

Keywords: Martini Flint, Neutrals

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After Hurricane Harvey, A Beloved Beach House Gets A New Life With Recycled Glass Design

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The fishing village of Rockport, Texas has been a beloved coastal hideaway since the 1800s. Located on the western side of the Gulf of Mexico, it’s nestled 30 miles northeast of Corpus Christi and separated from the Gulf by a thin strip of barrier island.

Keywords: Islands, Floating Blue, Kitchen Design

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5 Brand New Colors to Pair with your Recycled Glass Countertops

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Countertops are a commitment. Choose one that invokes your passion and you’ve got an investment that will continue to deliver inspiration for decades to come. But even favorites can use a refresh from time to time. 

Keywords: Palladian Gray, Amethystos, Umbo White, Martini Flint, Neutrals, Fair Pearl

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At this SOHO Cafe Color is Always on the Menu

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Down on Lafayette Street in SoHo, NY there is Vietnamese restaurant where the sun pours in through a sky light onto the happiest of tables ever to serve a bowl of Pho noodle soup.

Keywords: Millefiori, restaurant design

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Brace Yourself For Inspo. The Vetrazzo Flat Lays Are Here.

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A designer’s moodboard with careful selections of flooring and countertops, wall coverings and textiles. A curated collection of texture, pattern, color and shine. Is there anything better to help you envision a room from blueprint to reality?

Keywords: Aqua Current, Cubist Clear

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Meet Your CEU Hours with a Recycled Glass Continuing Ed Event

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Education. It’s your edge in the ever evolving kitchen and bath industry, where the library of design materials, and the innovative projects they help designers achieve, expands every year.

Keywords: To the trade

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Terrazzo Makes a Comeback and Pushes Beyond Flooring

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A bottle of wine shared on a romantic date for two doesn’t have to go to waste once the last drop leaves the glass.

Old architectural glass that once adorned a city skyscraper doesn’t have to lose its purpose after the structure is demolished.

A city traffic light can continue to impact its surroundings even after it’s been cracked.

Keywords: Interior Design, Sustainable Design

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HGTV Star Brings Family, Food and Great Design Together with Charisma Blue

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For HGTV design and home improvement star, Anthony Carrino, family and design go hand in hand. Whether it’s renovating homes with his cousin, John Colaneri on the HGTV show, “Cousins Undercover” or helping to create a dream kitchen for his parents' beachside home in Long Beach Island, NJ, the two always seem to be intrinsically linked.

Keywords: Charisma Blue, Coastal Inspired, Kitchen Design, Patina

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Out With the Beige and In With the Sparkle, in this Coastal Bath Reno in Florida

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Remodeling a bathroom around existing layout, plumbing and windows requires surgical precision and laser focused design. The designer must carefully extract what’s broken, awkward or dated and insert elements that elevate function and feel without creating a patched together space.

Keywords: Emerald Coast, Bathroom Design

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