The predominant colors in this marble landscape rock are gray, gold, and white. The gray can vary from light to dark shades, while the white typically appears as bright and pristine. There is occasionally a green rock that is usually subtle but adds a touch of color and uniqueness to the stone.
The dominant colors in Carmel are gray and brown. The gray color can vary from light to dark shades, and the brown typically ranges from earthy tans to deeper, richer browns. These colors can blend together in various patterns and proportions creating a color that works with a wide variety of landscape installations.
Painted Desert mimics the colors found in northern Arizona. These colors can include shades of soft reds, deep purples, muted grays, and tans. The combination of these hues creates a mesmerizing and visually complex surface.
Mahogany contains browns and grays. The shades of brown can vary from deep chocolate to rust, while the grays can range from light silver to dark silver. These colors are often intermingled, creating a visually appealing contrast.