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Granite consists mainly of quartz, mica, and feldspar. It is renowned for its durability, versatility and elegance, and so makes it suitable for vanities, kitchen counter tops as well as high traffic flooring and walls. Used for thousands of years in both interior and exterior applications it is a prestige material that is utilised in projects to produce impressions of elegance and quality. Granite tiles are often used as flooring and wall panels to produce an elegant, high-luster space, and as it is extremely dense it is not as porous unlike other varieties of natural stone- hence it is not prone to staining or absorption.
Depending on the chemistry and mineralogy of granite there is a huge colour palette for mixing and matching stone, ranging from whites and blacks and neutral colours, through to reds blues, greens and pinks.