The Granite Collection

*Colour, shade, movement and graining of actual product may vary from sample or image. We recommend that you select your preferred slabs at the branch nearest you.

  • Ivory Pearl

    Ivory Pearl

    Ivory Pearl Granite Ivory Pearl granite is the most romantic of all the contemporary granites with its blush tones and swirling movement. The pinkish undertones with black accents help to create the feeling of the first glimpses of a brilliant, cloud...
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    Ivory Fantasy

    Ivory Fantasy Granite Cream, tan, beige and black are the predominant hues of Ivory Fantasy granite – an easy-on-the-eyes, contemporary granite surface suitable for hotels, commercial spaces and residential installations. The movement in this grani...
  • Ivory Cream

    Ivory Cream

    Ivory Cream Granite Ivory Cream granite is a more intense version of Ivory Fantasty with a cream base and red, orange and black highlights within the graining. Streaks of subtle colour in the highlight tones create most of the movement across each sl...
  • Colonial White

    Colonial White

    Colonial White Granite If Colonial White was an ice cream flavour it would be Cookies & Cream. This vanilla and choc chip mix creates a modern granite with mostly even patterning. Colonial White would complement its opposite, dark tones in a kitc...
  • Crema Rosita is a traditional, polished granite with heavy graining and consistent patterning of milky white, black and blushing beige particles.

    Crema Rosita

    Crema Rosita Granite Crema Rosita is a traditional, polished granite with heavy graining and consistent patterning of milky white, black and blushing beige particles. While all granite materials mainly consist of feldspar, quartz and mica, some grani...
  • emerald-pearl

    Emerald Pearl

    Emerald Pearl Granite Emerald Pearl’s blue-green tones create a rather sultry look and feel to this precious and exotic granite. Similar in its colouring and consistency to the glorious Green Peacock and Verde Ubatuba granites, Emerald Pearl has no...
  • four-seasons

    Four Seasons

    Four Seasons Granite Although its called Four Seasons, this granite slab actually contains colours predominantly from the Autumn colour palette – reds, oranges, browns and blacks. Up close, this granite can make you believe you’re staring into a ...
  • giallo-nebbia

    Giallo Nebbia

    Giallo Nebbia Granite A classic granite, Giallo Nebbia expresses a uniform pattern of pale pink, burnt orange and cream grains that are evenly spread across each slab. ‘Giallo’ has many meanings and can refer to an Italian wine grape, the colour ...
  • giallo-ornamentale

    Giallo Ornamentale

    Giallo Ornamentale Granite This granite should have been named after a cup of coffee. Latte, coffee bean and milk chocolate are the predominent tones in this traditionally patterned slab of granite, which exhibits strong movement across each slab. Li...
  • bengal-black-slab

    Bengal Black

    Bengal Black – Granite With its sultry, velvety black tones, Bengal Black granite has been aptly named after a black panther – you can almost imagine this granite as the panther’s rain-spotted pelt. Bengal Black granite exudes a strong, mas...
  • autumn-brown

    Autumn Brown

    Autumn Brown Granite The beauty of natural stone is that it instantly creates an atmosphere, whatever the application. Autumn Brown granite delivers a riveting and moody performance with its medley of flame orange, moss-green and cream highlights. If...
  • baltic-brown

    Baltic Brown

    Baltic Brown Granite The patterning of Baltic Brown Granite makes this a memorable granite. Reminiscent of lava bubbles stopped in time, Baltic Brown granite exhibits bubbles of ochre with tinges of green on a black canvas. Something about the patter...
  • salmone

    Salmone

    Salmone Granite  Named for its pinkish clusters, Salmone is a granite that should have been named after a sushi dish. The black, white and dark pink grains in this type of granite look like delicious tuna maki! All that’s missing are the chopstick...
  • antique-white

    Antique White

    Antique White Granite Antique White Granite is the equivalent of whitewashed wood, but in granite, with some beige and charcoal tones in the mix. While the colour white actually has more than 20 shades, Antique White has more of an off-white base. Th...
  • Grigio Mahogany

    Grigio Mahogany

    Grigio Mahogany Granite The first cousin of Salmone and Perla Grigia, Grigio Mahogany Granite’s even-sized and well distributed granules create an almost hypnotic effect on the eye. The red-brown lowlights and light and dark rosé tones add depth t...

*Colour, shade, movement and graining of actual product may vary from sample or image. We recommend that you select your preferred slabs at the branch nearest you.