What is Amazon Green Granite？
With high movement and rich dynamics, marbled green granite is probably one of the rarest in appearance. Also known as Amazon Green Granite, Amazon Red Granite or Amazon Blue Granite, this granite species has a very unique colour, characterised by a dominant vein of gold running through a soft, light green background. It is characterized not only by its color but also by the different depths of its mineral content, making it look like a combination of two different types of stone: marble and granite.
This is the colour of nature, and therefore it gives your kitchen a relaxing atmosphere and a natural look. It is a good choice for a kitchen with a warm, warm and natural feeling, as well as for the kitchen of the house.
Green granite is one of the most challenging countertops to explore, and it is an ideal countertop for both casual and formal kitchens, depending on the shade. Since green is also a relaxing and calming colour, it tends to make your home more inviting and inspiring. Green granite countertops are a smart and practical investment as they are very easy to maintain.
Green granite is an excellent countertop for luxury kitchens, as it has a durability that can last a lifetime. Green granite radiates beauty and is suitable for both casual and formal kitchens.
The beauty of green granite, considered one of the most demanding countertops, is its ability to be complemented with different shades of brown, wood and stain. The best option is to work with a white granite countertop, such as the Amazon green granite countertop. Those who don’t opt for it can always return to the traditional white marble counter, or even opt for a more modern, elegant or expensive granite, such as Amazon’s green granite.
The rich, deep green granite can be combined with a variety of different colours, such as red, white, blue, green, yellow, orange, brown and even brown. The granite algae green has developed its own unique colour palette and is available in undertones from white to beige to grey.
This gives you at least one secondary color that you can add to your kitchen design palette. You can also adjust this palette by the stripes, veins and spots on the green granite surface.