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Tan Brown granite is an Indian stone quarried in Karimnagar1, Andhra Pradesh. This granite is made up of a dark brown background with large reddish brown spots with flecks of black and grey splashed across the surface in a consistent manner.
Tan Brown is a popular granite due to a combination of its warm brown hues, affordability and durability.
Another standout benefit of tan brown granite is the mottled appearance. Like other granites such as steel grey this vastly reduces the maintenance needed as it disguises a lot of smear marks.
Below you can see tan brown granite in full slab form. There is little variation between slabs of Tan Brown therefore it is not a necessity to view the slab your project will be constructed from before purchase.
Tan Brown is a popular granite for kitchen worktops and vanity units. It combines beautifully with a range of colours including cream, white and the natural woods. It is also often used in the construction of granite coffee tables and dining tables.
Many people decide to go with Tan Brown granite as opposed to a brown marble coffee table or dining table due to the increase durability of granite. Of course, the beauty of Tan Brown does not hold up with a brown marble such as Dark Emperador. However, if you rank durability ahead of beauty for your project, the extra durability may well lead you to favour Tan Brown.
Like most things in interior and exterior design it comes down to personal preference and the objective you have for your project. Tan Brown is a great brown granite which provides value for money and great durability.