This material, also known as Impala Black, is a dark gray granite full of small quartz that break a bit with the monotony of the background. Its blocks are extracted from the African continent and like all blacks, it is widely used in interior decoration or funerary art.
Monochromatic Brazilian granite with veins in different shades of green. Its emerald green color with dark tones reminds us of the lagoons of its origins, as if we were observing the depths of its waters.
The king of granites with movement thanks to its intense black background and its golden flame-shaped seams. The contrast of its own composition makes it the ideal candidate for walls or countertops to which we want to give all the prominence of the room. Also known as Matrix.
It is the darkest granite of our list. It also comes from Africa and, along with the other blacks, it is highly demanded in polished and satin finishes for kitchen countertops. Its intense black color with small bright spots give it an almost velvety appearance.
White toned African granite with green and bluish movements interrupted by small purple grains.
It comes from the same family as Omaha White. They share several characteristics, including their composition. We can distinguish it from the previous one because its main color is more yellow or gold instead of white.
Imported granite of Venezuelan origin. Granite with movement dominated by the red and ochre colors with gray streaks in different shades.
It is also known as Emerald Pearl. It comes from the Nordic countries and, as such, it possesses a rather Arctic character. It has an almost black background with some emerald or silver reflections depending on the way the light strikes its surface.