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Vibrant blues, greens, and grays dance with white veins that mimic the white caps found off the rugged shores of Skye. Twisting and turning with intense, multi-dimensional patterns, this dynamic design presents an unprecedented reflection of nature in all its glory.
Bold and expressive with prominent medium gray tones, St. Giles is accented with contrasting slate-gray and white veins that course across this elegant design. Faint gray veins under the surface add extra dimension and depth.
A marbled background with grays and pinpoints of charcoal summon up images of the stony beach along Sully Island where pirates walked within sight of the Welsh hamlet of Swanbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Wellington is named for the southwest England industrial town and features a churning brew of black and brown that packs an iron-like punch. An impressive, bold statement not for the faint of heart.
Dark and deep, much like the canal bordering this small village in England's West Midlands region. Armitage's blend of black and gray provides an easy, neutral canvas for rich hints of copper-orange to emerge from within.