Popular Kitchen Granite Countertop Colors Materials in
New York (NY) New Jersey (NJ) and Connecticut (CT)
Blue granite color is made up of different shades of minerals that make him so granite’s designated as “green”, are a group of naturalgranite with shades in blue-black tones. Blue granite, along with green, is the rarest naturally occurring natural stone, and, on this basis, lining made blue granite gives any interior uniqueness and originality.
Blue granite used for both exterior and interior decoration of buildings,
and for the manufacture of various interior elements: window sills, countertops, etc.
Black granite gives any interior a respectable appearance, this natural stone is combined with different colored granite’s The main color is black, as there are varieties of dark gray stone, which sometimes mistakenly referred to as black granite.
Black granite is used for both exterior and interior projects, and for the manufacture of various elements of interiors.
White granite color is made up of different shades of minerals that make up its beautiful one of a kind slab with pale yellow, pale blue, pale green.
White granite used for interior decoration, and are not recommended for exterior, as most white granite’s have a high porosity and therefore intensively absorb precipitation, slurry and mud, losing its original white color. But for all its shortcomings, white granite has a huge advantage over other granite’s as white stone perfectly combines with any color stone and other finishing materials and coating of white granite gives the interior an appearance of elegance.
Yellow granite is made up of different shades of minerals that make the granite’s color yellow, these are a group of natural granite with shades, yellow-sand range from light sand to almost orange colors. In the mineral composition of yellow granite typically include iron oxides, which are exposed to an unfavorable environment can give a small amount of rust, so, basically, yellow granite’s used for interior walls and floors, as well as for decorative products: fireplaces, window sills, countertops, etc.
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