You’ve decided you want a black base granite with some orange showing through for your new countertop in the kitchen. You’ve been obsessed with lava as it hardens since you were little; it just seems to mesmerize you. You’d love to create a slab straight of lava rock, but realize that may be a little pricy, and not exactly possible. Searching through mounds of magazines and endless websites, you finally come across Indian Dakota granite. The darker colored granite has a dark gray, almost black, color that is highlighted softly by an orange/gray hue. Much like the color combination in hardening lava, you are sold! After looking at the Indian Dakota granite slab for awhile, the colors start to create a pattern that moves, just like lava does as it flows down a mountain side. While the colors are not as vibrant as the lava flows, this makes Indian Dakota granite even the better choice because you know your partner won’t let you put bright “Halloween” colors anywhere else in the house.
Applying a sealant will help you ensure you will be enjoying this extraordinary stone for many years to come. Indian Dakota granite is ideal for situations where there might be constant use; such as a kitchen countertop or bathroom vanity. This is because granite is one of the hardest and least porous stones, making it durable against scratches and stains.
Best Used For:
Indian Dakota granite is the perfect addition to your countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, the board room table at your office, your foyer table, or the countertops on your outdoor bar. Indian Dakota granite is available in 2 CM and 3 CM slabs. Able to withstand freezing temperature Indian Dakota granite is ideal for both interior and exterior installations.