Green Marble Varieties for Counters & Floors

Mar 16, 2023

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On St. Patrick’s Day, we can’t help but think about all things green, including the gorgeous shades of green marble that can be found all around the world. From the deep, rich green of Verde Guatemala to the bright and bold veining of Rainforest Green, there are many different types of green marble that can add a touch of luxury and elegance to any interior design project. Whether you’re looking to incorporate a subtle hint of green into your home decor or create a bold statement piece, green marble is a fantastic choice. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the most popular kinds of green marble and their unique characteristics to inspire your next design project.

There are several types of green marble available, each with its unique shade and veining patterns. Here are some of the most popular types of green marble:

  1. Verde Guatemala: This marble is quarried in Guatemala and features a rich, deep green color with white veining.
  2. Emerald Green: As the name suggests, this marble has a bright, emerald green color with darker green and white veining.
  3. Rainforest Green: This marble is characterized by its intricate and bold veining, which resembles a tropical rainforest. It has a deep green color with brown and beige veins.
  4. Green Onyx: While technically not a marble, green onyx is a beautiful green-colored semi-precious stone that can be used as a decorative element in interior design.
  5. Ming Green: This marble is quarried in China and has a pale green color with dark green veining. It is often used for bathroom countertops, shower walls, and flooring.
  6. Cipollino Verde: This marble is quarried in Italy and has a bright green color with white and gold veining. It is commonly used for interior flooring and wall cladding.
  7. Irish Green: This marble is quarried in Ireland and features a green color with dark brown and white veins. It is often used for countertops, backsplashes, and flooring.

These are just a few examples of the many types of green marble available. The specific shade and veining pattern can vary depending on the location and quarry where it is sourced.

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