The sands in Bianco Toscana spread across the slab in a blanket of blacks and white. It looks as if it were bleached by the sun, and charred in more places by ash. Just as the desert sands carry these characteristics of being vast, striking, and unabashedly imperfect, so goes this piece of granite. While not having long strands of crystals or carved texture and color, it brings more consistency while still showing off the uniqueness that natural stones offer.
This style is often used for a soft look in the kitchen with light or white cabinetry, giving you that same reign over your domain as the sands have over the plains.