This semi-precious stone appears to be in a hue of a brilliant blue when viewed from afar. The surface looks more on the uniformed side if taken meters away, but if you will look closely, you will notice that the veins and mineral deposits apparent on its surface differs from block to block.
Once you get closer, you may notice that beneath all the blue glory, the real colour of the bedrock is white. The mineral deposits and veins play with the different hues of blue, black and grey, making an intricate pattern on the surface.
This coarse-grained stone is one of the most complex granites available on the market today, with 70% to 90% of the surface made up by the beautiful play of the mineral deposits.
The multi-tone effect on this natural stone is lovely, but that is just one of its attracting features. Blue Bahia is also one of the most durable and resilient pieces out there.
Kitchen/bathroom countertops, fireplaces, window sills, floors, stairs, walls
Country of origin
Very hard (7-9 on the Mohs scale)
Large Slabs / 20 mm