Inspired by the landscapes of America’s northernmost state, where snow and stone clash stunningly, Alaska White inspires natural wonder and wanderlust. Where its namesake is rugged, this polished granite is refined, with warm, French vanilla white, flecks of gunmental grey and deep veins of obsidian black.
Alpine White is where the sky meets the Earth — a magnificent medly of celestial blue, grounded greys, verdant greens and dark black veins against an eggshell white. Polished to perfection (and personality), it is a vibrant option for granite kitchen countertops, backsplashes or bathroom vanity tops.
An effervescent eddy of cool blues and and earthy greens, Blue Dunes is reminiscent of a coastal richness. This warm granite has defined crystalline details, with a contemporary flow between pockets of black and white. Whether it a granite countertop for a kitchen island or shower wall, it has an undeniable liquid luxury to it.
Like a wildfire, flares of golden orange are juxtaposed against smokey black veins and command attention in Colonial Cream. Originating in India, this white granite features a medley of greys and greens that balance the aforementioned drama. Its warm coloration makes it perfect for granite kitchen countertops, both inside and in exterior work.
Crema Antico is as durable as it is dynamic. Responsibly sourced in India, this stone is both tough and tasteful, with thick black and grey veins brought to life by glowing, warming yellow details. Given its strength and beauty, it is the secret ingredient in any lively kitchens.
When looked at closely, Ice Pearl is reminiscent of a frozen lake: a flat expanse of creamy white granite, broken up by jagged, beautiful black veins. Taking a step back, the result is a monochromatic medley that captures the eye and creates a playful pattern, ideal for granite countertops, backsplashes and tiles.
Did you know a white granite like Lennon is composed largely of milky white quartz? It is a natural composition, created over millennia. Lennon juxtaposed its white base with a peppering of onyx, steel grey and sky blue — making it light enough for a bathroom vanity top, and distinctive enough for a statement kitchen.
As its name would imply, New Black Pearl is decidedly modern. Yet despite its contemporary aesthetic, this classic material has been used since the days of Ancient Egyptians. While the empire fell long ago, their black granite statues still stand today. New Black Pearl durability continues that legacy as dark and divine kitchen countertops and bathroom vanity tops.
For Galaxy White, it seems the only way is the Milky Way — referring of course to the creamy white granite that flows throughout, interspersed with starburst details of onyx, slate grey and moss green. It makes for a stellar white granite countertop for both kitchens and bathroom vanity tops.