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Granite Pavers - Some Colour Tips You Need to Learn


Are you going to change your footway tiles in the outside area? Then granite stone tiles are best to put for this job. It comes in a variety of different colours. Read here some colour tips that you need to learn before choosing your granite pavers. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Granite Pavers - Some Colour Tips You Need to Learn

Granite Pavers
- Some Colour Tips You Need
to Learn
Granite pavers come in a massive range of colours
and different patterns. And, this makes it
suitable for a variety of stone works like
benchtops, pavers and other similar things. The
forming of granite colours is a completely
natural process. Hence many factors are at play
that explains how beautiful these natural
colours are. Here are some colour tips if you
are going to choose granite for your roadway
White granite Composed quartz and feldspar
minerals, this white coloured granite are cool
and heat-absorbing for your pavers. The small
black specks in the stone look like small
amphibole grains and give it an embellishing
look. And, if you wish to put these granite
tiles, keep in mind not to pick completely white
from your stone supplier. Because granite can't
be completely white. Black Granite Black
coloured granite is known as commercial rock. As
granite must have at least 20 quartz, this rock
will not be completely black. It can be similar
to basalt or mafic which is composed of
different minerals like pyroxene, amphibole,
plagioclase, and olivine components. If you are
paving down for your office or work area, this
black would be ideal for you.
Grey Granite Grey coloured pavers can be suited
to both home and office. It comes in two
variants - polished and flamed. Its attractive
design pattern in both variants gives a
traditionally unique look to your granite pavers.
Even this colour is most used for outside
paving. It gives a classic look to foot
tiles. Red Granite This granite is a variation
of pink abundant stone. This colour resulted
when k-feldspar of pink potassium takes on a
redder. Also, this colouring comes from the iron
oxide in hematite grains. This makes rusted
metal ruby red colour which was mostly used in
the historic buildings. Nowadays, this kind of
granite gives an awesome look to footway paving
or similar things.
Apart from these, there are a lot of other colour
variants in granite-like Sahara, Pink Rose,
Choco Brown etc, that can give your outside
tiling a better look. If you are going to put
granite tiles in your outer area and looking for
any good stone supplier in Melbourne, HL Stone
World would be the best option for you. We are
in this business for over 10 years. With our
experience, we provide our customers with high-
quality craftsmanship. We provide a range of
attractive pavers not only granite but in other
stones like sandstone and travertine.