Fantastic White

Fantastic White granite. A white stone striped with soft gray specks, deep and sophisticated.

Mystic White

Mystic White granite is like a cloud that appears during a magic trick. An illusion and ever so paranormal in it’s crystalline nature.

Labradorite Bianco

Labradorite is a mystical granite. This stone is crystalline in nature. An anthracite. It has bursts of magic.

White Ice

This light grey granite is a sky full of clouds, the kind you stare at, looking for familiar shapes. Accented with ash and charcoal blooms.

Alaskan White

Alaskan White is a stunning Pegmatite rock with it’s intertwining notes of calm whites, beige’s and hints of dark grey. These large-grain crystals form during the last stages of magma’s crystallization, making Pegmatites more extraordinary, uncommon, and durable.

White Torrincino

Gravel and snow. White Torrincino granite is a speckled stone with subtle brown and grey veining. As refreshing as winter air. Warm as a mug of hot chocolate.

Balthus

More subtle of the beige granite, Balthus has a softness transitioning from layers of grey, beige, and golden tones, with notes of smokey crystallization scattered across the slab. Granite are suitable for an array of surfaces due to their strength and abrasion resistance.

Amazonite

Amazonite is a striking, blue-green semiprecious granite found all over the world. It exists in Burma, India, Madagascar and Brazil. The granite features snowy and tawny accents alongside charcoal flecks with large deposits of sky blue.

 

Blue Bahia

Sea foam from a Bahia beach, a deep blue semi-precious granite with blue and green veining.

Azul Bahia

Sea foam from a Bahia beach, a deep blue semi-precious granite with blue and green veining.

Baoba Blue

Baoba Blue granite is a dreamy spell. A coarse grained, sea green anthracite with iridescent blue segments that appear like sapphires embedded in ice. Baoba has larger areas of iridescence than the Lemurian stone. Although they are both in the same granite family.

Lemurian

Lemurian is a mystical granite. A coarse grained, blue green anthracite with iridescent blue segments that appear like sapphires embedded in ice. Lemurian has sporadic areas of beautiful iridescence.

Sodalite Blue

Beautiful blue granite. Speckles and veining of white and black make sodalite pop.

Azul Aran

Azul Aran’s crystallization emulates a topographic map of an imaginary mountain range dusted with snow, a riverbank strewn with down.

Mont Bleu

Mont Bleu granite is a rainy winter beach, a mix of gray and taupe and creamy blues.

Sienna Bordeaux

Sienna Bordeaux appears like the end of a beautiful evening, candle wax and red wine. This is a beige gneiss with cinnamon swirls and pepper-colored flecks, which brighten its white background.

Balthus

More subtle of the beige granite, Balthus has a softness transitioning from layers of grey, beige, and golden tones, with notes of smokey crystallization scattered across the slab. Granite are suitable for an array of surfaces due to their strength and abrasion resistance.

Copenhagan

Copenhagan is a scene from Fall. Golden leaves are spread across a beige landscape. Hints of green grass peek through the canvas.

 

Sienna Beige

A warm cappuccino froth with warm toffee speckles of onyx and obsidian. Coarse grained granite like Ipanema sand.

Blanc Du Blanc

A map, one made by Jackson Pollack, vanilla bean ice cream crisscrossed by sweet cherry syrup roads.

Delicatus Vintage

An ash-colored granite marbled with white and light-gray quartz, here and there a soft golden sunburst. Like an overcast sky trying to make up its mind.

Crema Bordeaux

A granite that looks like the Grand Canyon. Colors rush across this burgundy-gray gneiss rife with glassy garnets.

Indian Summer

This granite is red like the Red Rocks of Colorado. You can picture a scene in history. Tribes making their way across the summer’s steaming red rocks on their galloping horses.

Blue Eyes

A pointilist dusk, iridescent blue stars shine in greeting, medium- to coarse-grained, an Anorthosite abyssal rock, beautiful and durable.

Tiberious

Tiberious granite is as charming as it is soothing to the eye. It’s rainy field awash in notes of chestnut and chocolate.

Giallo Veneziano

This granite is like a field of this coarse grained stone is the color of prosciutto di parma marbled with black and sliver.

Lapidus

Lapidus is a coarse grained granite. A regal golden parchment scrawled with black ink. Then dotted with light grey all over.

Imperial Brown

This granite is a view of our rosy gray earth at night, from space, the light of its cities ablaze. A medium- to coarse-grained sienite.

Baltic Brown

Baltic Brown granite is a vision of dark earth tones sprawling across an umbra backdrop. It gives off the same coolness of the blackish Baltic Sea. Granites are useful for many surfaces due to their strength and abrasion resistance.

Antique Brown

Antique Brown, like the Angola Black, also possesses medium to large grained crystalline hues of browns, blacks and iridescent flecks. The mixture of glistening tones have a velveteen allure, though this granite is highly durable at the very least.

Coast Green

Coast green granite is exactly the scene pictured when hearing the name. A lush, green landscape near the coast. The color of the sand softens the green.

Costa Smeralda

Costa Smelada granite is like the exterior of a castle, crystalline like a palace, but green from the forest moss. It’s the landscape you imagine from a fairy tale.

Labradorite

Labradorite is a beautiful granite. It has iridescent pockets of blue on it’s textured canvas. Gold veining is present making this stone altogether a glimmering one.

Black Absolute Corteccia

Black granite with a natural, sculpted texture, the sky just after an overcast sunset when the last light of day departs.

Black Absolute Wood

A tromp l’oeil granite, its stately-gray, brushed-wood topography will fool your fingertips.

Matrix

Matrix granite looks likes a worn metal. The metal chain link fence from your childhood school. Laughter surrounds it. It’s matte look provides depth.

Absolute Black Brushed

Black Absolute is an Indian granite with glittering grains nestled in a magnificent void of black. The darkness of a polished Black Absolute becomes lightened by the brushed finish. Granite’s are stones recommended for a number of uses in architectural projects due to their strength and abrasion resistance.

Black Absolute

Absolute Black is an Indian granite that, in it’s polished form, evokes the deep black expanse of the galaxy. It possesses sheer, glittering grains that can be quite striking with direct light. A polished finish can clearly show all the magnificence of the Absolute Black. Granites are suggested for all forms of use because of their strength and abrasion resistance.

Jet Mist

Wisps of clouds drift across the sky in the wee small hours of the morning. Jet Mist granite is a fine-grained black granite whose field is home to sinuous gray streaks.

Cambrian Black

Nighttime in an equatorial jungle, liquid and alluring, dense and impenetrable. This Canadian classic is a medium-grained black gabbro, unique and ageless, impossible to duplicate, perfect for architectural projects.

Cambrian Black

Nighttime in an equatorial jungle, liquid and alluring, dense and impenetrable. This Canadian classic is a medium-grained black gabbro, unique and ageless, impossible to duplicate, perfect for architectural projects.

Nero Impala

The fur of a black panther. Nero Impala granite is a dark coat dappled with grey spots. You’d think it would feel like velvet to the touch.

Cosmic Black

You can see stars in Cosmic Black granite. Black like the galaxy. The milky way is dancing across it’s vast canvas.

Angola Black

Fundamentally, the lustrous Angola Black is the dark crystallization occurring from the slow cool of magma below the Earth’s surface. With this knowledge of Plutonic rock, viewing the medium-sized, glistening grain could be truly mesmerizing.

Black Galaxy

Black Galaxy: A space odyssey, a galaxy flecked with golden stars.

Diamond Fall

Diamond Fall granite is snowfall on a black night. A mirror which offers no reflection, black caviar and static.

Black Marinace

If you remember searching for perfect skipping stones in a clear, cool stream…the ground of this charcoal gray black granite features black, white and golden pebbles.

Via Lattea

This black granite is decorated with streaks of white. Vanishing strokes of chalk during a rainstorm.

Matrix Titanium

Titanium granite, like a cup of the darkest Santos Brazil coffee swirled with sweet cream.

Copacabana

This black granite has a beautiful contrast of formation. A milky wave takes over the black canvas. Outlined for contrast, like a Japanese painting.