Pacific Shore Stones is a leading importer and wholesaler of exotic natural stones. Established in 2004, the company offers a wide selection of granite, marble, quartz, travertine, onyx, limestone, quartzite and soapstone slabs. The company owners regularly visit quarries in places such as Brazil, Italy, Spain, India and Turkey, enabling them to keep up with new trends and to hand-select unique stones. With fifteen distribution locations across the nation, Pacific Shore Stones continually stocks over 120 stone colors to help inspire and meet the design goals of consumers, fabricators, and designers alike. We invite you to browse our inventory, explore our Kitchen Designer, and create with the beauty of nature.

Company News

IMG_0557 Pacific Shore Stones attends Coverings 2016 in Chicago - A group from Pacific Shore Stones recently attended Coverings, a large annual international trade fair and expo dedicated to the natural stone and tile industry. Held at McCormick Place in Chicago, the exhibition showcased all the latest stone products and
cropped-pacific-shore-stones-noy.png Pacific Shore Stones prepares to open new location in Irvine - We’re excited to announce that a new Pacific Shore Stones warehouse and showroom will be opening soon in Irvine, California. The warehouse will showcase a full range of inventory including natural stone slabs such as granite, marble, onyx and quartzite,
Statuarietto marble Pacific Shore Stones Birmingham donates stone for charity show house -   Pacific Shore Stones Birmingham was honored to be selected to participate alongside Christopher Architects & Interiors on a fundraising show house project they developed in Mountain Brook.  The home showcases the design work of Christopher Architects & Interiors while
Pacific Shore Stones Fresno holiday donation drive Pacific Shore Stones Fresno holds holiday donation drive with radio station The Blaze - Pacific Shore Stones Fresno held their first annual holiday donation drive on December 11th.  Local radio station 105.1 The Blaze Fresno broadcast live from Pacific Shore Stones for two hours during the donation drive. Rainy weather didn’t dampen spirits as the