Designer Comments: Bold red granite, black rock, and gray quartz combine to make Rosso Africa stand out from the crowd. The word rosso means "red" in Italian; the granite probably got its name upon arriving in Italy for polishing. And boy, is it red. With its black spots and polished red core, it may look like a ladybug, but it's no creepy-crawly. More like a classic hot rod, its bright red surface combines smartly with black & white accents and chrome accessories. Scroll down to see some alternative red granites below.
Caveat: Photo and color accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Since granite is a natural material, you won't find anything that looks quite like this photograph. It might be very different. We urge you to view your slabs in person before specifying a granite color for your kitchen.