The color purple has always been associated with royalty, with the psychedelic, and with rarity. Indeed, purple is not a color most often found in nature. It’s not in the trees or the rocks and dirt, nor the sky and our oceans. Yet, Paradiso Classic granite is a prime example of all the surprises nature has in store. It’s beautiful hues of purple appear to have melted together, creating natural waves across the slab. It’s an unusual site, but one that can’t go without notice. Purple slabs are rare, but they look beautiful on a gray or black base. If you want the purple to really take the stage, then place it on a white base.