• Botticino italian marble

Top 50 Products for 2015 – Botticino Italian Marble

This product is one of the “Top 50 Materials, Products & Ideas we recommend for the year 2015”, as chosen by our expert team of Architects & Interior Designers. You can download EBOOK “The ContractorBhai Top 50” here

The Italian marble is widely famous for its high and long lasting lustre and visual appeal that it adds to a given space. It’s one the most expensive marble. Italian Marble is chiefly used in that covers a large area like flooring, dado, sculptures, etc. Italian marble is widely used in offices, multi-national companies, hotels, shopping malls, etc.

Italian Marble having wide range in variety, some of Italian Marble Names or Italian Marble Types viz. Dyna Marble, Omnia marble, Perlato Marble, Onyx marble and many more.

Amongst them is Botticino Marble is one of the finest and luxurious product, recognized by pure white color with black lines. Botticino Marble are first manufactured then processed and finally converted into Botticino Marble Slabs and Botticino Marble Tiles.
Botticino Marble is famous for its high luster and visual appeal that it adds to the area with best quality, appearance, patterns & designs, sizes, durability, utility, colors, prices and many more.


Botticino Marble Slabs And Botticino Marble Tiles can be used for Italian marble flooring purpose , walls , kitchen, bath, contemporary living rooms, drawing arrangements, dining spaces, hotel lobbies, pool sites, lounges , deck mount tub filler ,double hung windows ,faucet ,marble tub , soaking tub , wall art , wall decor , white bathroom ,windows ,wall cladding’s for traditional as well as modern home interiors.

Botticino Italian Marble is one of the qualitative and available in standard sizes i.e. 16 mm thick. Botticino Italian Marble can be made as per customer’s choice of size/order too. One can get Botticino Italian Marble in shape of natural blocks, processed slabs & tiles and also in beautiful border linings.

Price Range

The cost of Botticino Italian Marble depends on the cost of Makrnana White Marble quality, thickness, sizes, variation and similarity in blocks of Botticino Italian Marble.

To Summarize

Why It’s a Winner :

Botticino Italian marble comes in variety of colours & from different quarry. It is starting range for italian marble category. More sturdy then most other Italian marble.

What Experts Say :

Botticino is an Italian marble, quarried in Botticino town in Italy, so the name. Since it is a natural thing, material differs from quarry to quarry. Italian marble is not for everyone. It is for Home Owners who appreciate natural goodness. Best for adding luxury. If you will use it once, No Need to change it before 50 Years.

Cost :

Starts at Rs 350 per sq. ft. Prices vary with the color and appearance of brown veins.

About the Author:

Hi! This is Nitin, founder of ContractorBhai.com. We provide Affordable 3D Interior Design Service


  1. dr Navtej 2 September 2015 at 11:46 am - Reply

    Is dyna better or botucino

    • contractorbhai 2 September 2015 at 11:51 am - Reply

      botticino is more wide spread. One reason is also that it is available in starting range Rs 300-350 & higher. Choice completely depends on complete Interior scheme of your space.

  2. Anand agarwal 30 November 2015 at 5:30 pm - Reply

    Can a sink be made up of italian marble??? Any drawback & is it a success?

    • contractorbhai 1 December 2015 at 10:17 am - Reply

      there are some vendors who carve marble blocks to make sinks & many other objects. I would also recommend Solid Surface / Corian for same requirement.

      • Anand kumar agarwal 1 December 2015 at 10:32 am - Reply

        I am planning a washbasin in my dinning room, my interior designer wants to make it of italian marble, but I am worried if it has life. Wouldn it’s polish fed? Can it be cleaned with Harpik etcs? Wouldn’t it crack bcos it’s a stone with filling & a soft stone … Or should I choose granite Or onax?

        • contractorbhai 1 December 2015 at 11:10 am - Reply

          over a period of time, it will definitely get chemical abrasions. However do talk to your Interior Designer, may be he has put it across keeping concept in mind. Luxurious feel would be great. Onyx yes, granite may not give that aesthetics. Most durable are the regular ceramic sinks, your designer wants to complete looks & wants to use sink made out of such natural stones.

  3. Himanshu 4 May 2016 at 9:10 pm - Reply


    Can you please suggest the right choice amongst 3 areas ( master bedroom, living room and master bathroom) from bottocino, Marfil and dyna. If u have any other suggestion please do tell. Thank u

    • contractorbhai 5 May 2016 at 10:46 am - Reply

      Mr Himanshu, all 3 are beautiful natural stones. It completely depends what concept is been considered in designing rooms. My personal prefer lighter scheme for flooring, hence botticino would go well, but again it completely depends on what colour scheme is been considered for your house

  4. Vishesh Guglani 22 June 2016 at 4:43 pm - Reply

    I am planning for Italian flooring in my 1000 sqft house. Can u please suggest which will be a better option dyna, bottocino or perlato royal.

    • contractorbhai 25 June 2016 at 3:42 pm - Reply

      botticino marble works for me most of the time – lighter shade good for flooring. Value for money, not super expensive. However final choice depends on what concept of design you have planned.

  5. Mukesh Mittal 17 August 2016 at 7:38 am - Reply

    I m developing a complete new bathroom 12 x 5.5 feet under complete renovation of master room.

    Please suggest shall i go for italian marble bottocino / Dyna with Irish brown stone orshall i go for Kajaria 4×2 feet italian looking marble like bottocino or trivantino etc.

    • contractorbhai 17 August 2016 at 4:47 pm - Reply

      Mukesh ji, we are comparing apple to oranges. Italian Marble is ultimate thing one can use to create luxury. Nothing can come close to it. If your budget allows go for italian marble. I suggest for flooring go for good anti-skid tiles in stone finish. On walls use Italian marble.

  6. R Sharma 3 October 2016 at 9:33 am - Reply

    Hi, was wondering if you can highlight the difference between Dyna and Bottocino in terms of quality? Dyna being a bit darker seems to shine more and is lustrous, however light flooring like Bottocino brings light into the space. Purpose is for living,dining and kitchen flooring (approx 1500 sq ft)

  7. Manoj Khemka 6 December 2016 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    Nitin bhai ????
    Pls suggest me which is better between dyna or botichino for my 3bhk 2100sqft
    I want specious look
    Also suggest me for washrooms,can I go in granite

    • contractorbhai 9 December 2016 at 12:46 pm - Reply

      Manoj Khemka ji, please call 9920620009, I will connect you with my designer for his opinion.

  8. Manoj Khemka 6 December 2016 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    What is better dyna or botichino for 3bhk flooring 2100sqft
    Who is better for non observe and long lasting in shining

    • contractorbhai 9 December 2016 at 12:45 pm - Reply

      both are equally good at adding luxury feel. I feel decision should be made more on basis of which will go well with your overall design concept. Any Italian marble would require extra care & precautions.

  9. Priya 10 December 2017 at 7:34 pm - Reply

    We saw a lot of bianco creama. Is that advisable in a 690 sq feet apt?

    • contractorbhai 11 December 2017 at 12:57 pm - Reply

      bianco creama is one of the popular Italian marble option. If it fits the design concept & budget – go for it.

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