Starting from the center of Copenhagen granite you see the brown and black specks that start as small dots and grow in size when moving outwards towards the edges of the stone creating a dimensional image that you can imagine falling into. There is more smudged grey in the center blending with the dots and the variations of brown and cream colored parts of the stone. Again, moving outwards the stone changes and shows more shades of brown than grey. looking as if it was intentionally shaded from one dark spectrum to the next.
This stone would look beautiful on a dark base that would allow the smaller brown and grey tones to be embellished. Even though the pattern isn’t consistent, there is less movement in this stone than in others, leaving it as a versatile option for those who still want a semi-classic look.