Our Story

LSI Decor is a deluxe home decor brand focused on interior design with natural stone.

LSI Stone is a giant industry in the natural stone world as an international reference for exterior facades, interior cladding and flooring for over 22 years.

With the current changing markets, LSI realized the need to readapt knowledge and materials to a new market. In 2021, LSI Decor was born with exclusive high-end interior décor pieces.

LSI Stone gather experienced stonemasons with specialized know-how, the highest technology machinery, years of knowledge in the area. The design team leads the client to launch a premium natural stone home décor brand.

“We are driven by the desire of achieving higher and better interior design pieces.”

Each project is unique
each piece is Different!

Our main goal is to deliver the most high-quality, exclusive and elegant interior design home decor. We make our clients’ tastes and dreams come true, what seems impossible, we make possible. from pieces exclusively made in stone, to pieces combined with other primary elements, such as wood, glass or steel. The combination of stone as a natural element together with other elements, even if they are not natural, is really a great bet in the world of modern design.

“I hope you enjoy our new collection of exclusive home décor as much as we enjoyed creating it for you.”

By the founder and CEO of LSI Stone, Regina Vitório.


Sustainability is in our roots. Since 1999 that LSI is trying to leave a better ecological footprint on this world.


LSI Decor contributes to preserve the environment. Over the years, the company have been implementing several sustainable practices.

Natural stone is a material that lasts forever, being one the most sustainable materials in the market. The production process contributes to a better and healthier environment. Why?Lsi has solar panels that enable here most of the energy produced in the factory to be mostly through renewable energy. Therefore, only 4 KWh of external energy are used. As for the water used in production, it is also highly used, since 97% of the consumption comes from rainwater reused and treated in the factory. The respective water and mud division, along with the remains of the stone, are reused by third parties for the creation of cement or rehabilitation of disused quarries.