Granite is a natural stone formed ov­er millions of years from compressed molten rock under the Earth's surface, granite is extremely hard and durable.

With its heat-resistant qualities, granite doesn't blister; it's also unlikely to scratch or chip. When used for kitchen countertops, it's far superior to marble, synthetic and laminate. It's also better-looking and has a luminous, dimensional quality when polished.

Granite is made up of interlocking mineral crystals, the most common being feldspar and quartz. But an array of other minerals can be included, and these make each piece of granite unique. Feldspar is the white mineral you see in granite; the light gray veins are quartz; and the black is typically mica.

Black Marinace
Black Marinace
press to zoom
Nero Mist
Nero Mist
press to zoom
Desert Dream
Desert Dream
press to zoom
Bordeaux
Bordeaux
press to zoom
Blue Bahia
Blue Bahia
press to zoom
Carribean Blue
Carribean Blue
press to zoom

Granite Selection