We serve the architecture and design community as an inspirational resource for diverse projects in residential, commercial, and hospitality.

We offer exclusive, ever-evolving stocked collections and specialty items; with custom sizes, colors, and finishes— all at a very competitive price point.

Through our direct relationship with skilled artisans, quarries, and factories all over the world; we continually develop distinctive collections specifically for our discerning clientele.

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Delivering Innovation

Rock Mill products range from a traditional, classical style— with historical, reclaimed, and authentic reproductions— to a contemporary style— with a clean and modern aesthetic reflected in the current marketplace.

Residential collections and commercially viable lines are both well-represented.


Our Stone & Tile Design Showrooms

What fills the eye, fills the heart. ~Irish proverb

Rock Mill operates four design showrooms in California, as an inspirational resource for both retail and trade clientele.

Virtual showroom tours or after-hours private consultations (in showroom or on jobsite) are available by appointment.


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Featured Projects

521 Canon Drive


18 Coral Ridge

Nine Coral Ridge

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Blog Posts

How To Make Your Home Beautiful With Mosaic Tile Art

If you're thinking about sprucing up your home with mosaic tile art, then you’re likely looking for ideas on how to include it in your space. In this article, we’ll provide a couple of ideas on how to use these decorative elements to add vibrant, colorful finishing...

The History and Properties of Terra Cotta

History of Terra Cotta   The word terra cotta is Italian for "baked earth" and its application around the world has a notable place in history (and is still widely used today).   One of its earliest applications is found in prehistoric art, with some of the...

Early Applications of Marble Throughout History

Early Applications of Marble Throughout History

What is Marble?   Marble is a metamorphic stone resulting naturally from the subjection of limestone being to an immense amount of pressure for prolonged periods of time.    The Early History of the Uses of Marble   The stone’s popularity started during...