Granite predominantly gray but with some white areas throughout the slab. Highly appreciated by our customers for its versatility.
White national granite of fine and uniform grain. The perfect option for rooms that require brightness such as kitchens or bathrooms.
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.
Material of Galician origin, composed of large light-pink spots with small grains of a dark gray color. It has no variations in its hue and admits any type of surface finish.
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.
Granite extracted from our quarries located in O Porriño. Medium-sized dark-grained pinkish material with years of tradition on the facades, floors and countertops of thousands of homes both locally, nationally and from other parts of the world.
This material is known by both names depending on the destination market to which it is addressed. It is formed by a grayish background interspersed with cream-colored megacrystals. Grey or cream color predominates depending on the finish of the surface.