When granite was first used in the United States, gray granite was the most popular as it was, and still is, quarried in Georgia. Grey granites have the unique ability to offer an understated, yet very strong ambiance to any setting. With chameleon like qualities, gray granite can be the highlight of a simplistic setting or is can play a supporting role when the focal point should be elsewhere. Don’t let the name gray fool you. There are many color variations is grey granite with pinks, blacks and blues and light to dark. Gray granite goes well with most light woods and even white or glass features. Some of the most popular varieties are Bare Gray, Sierra White, and Moonlight Grey granite. Please explore our extensive collection of Gray Granite Kitchen and Bathroom Countertop Colors below , and let Capitol Granite know when you have found your perfect stone for your project.