If you’re in the process of selecting stone for a project right now, odds are you’ve seen a trend at work. White and Gray are the most popular colors on the market right now. It seems you can’t flip through a shelter magazine or Pinterest board without seeing good ole Calacatta Gold or Bianco Carrara adorning some glamorous kitchen or bath. They are wonderful stones with a storied history of use in grand homes around the world. But, their over-saturation across the market can get a little boring. To combat white/gray marble fatigue, here are some new alternatives that can add some variety to your countertop project, but keep your colors right on trend. Arabescato Carrara Marble This dynamic white/gray marble comes from the legendary Carrara quarries in Tuscany. With a dancing vein structure with deep gray tones, this is perfect for adding visual interest. Maestro Quartz Colorado White Part of the Maestro line of engineered quartz surfaces, Colorado white is a new color that blends the highly desirable natural patterns of marble, with the durability and ease of care of man-made stone. Northern White Granite Don’t feel that if you want white, you have to stick with Marble! White Granite is making a strong showing on the market nowadays. This Northern White Granite is a perfect example the bright white granite that are becoming available. Azul Antico This fantastic Gray/blue granite comes from Italy and is a great alternative to more traditional white colors. Calacatta Quartzite Quartzite is a great option when durability is paramount. This Calacatta Quartzite has a bright white color and strength for the most used areas of the home. Although it is primarily white, the delicate gray veining bring a high level of sophistication that exudes elegance and luxury. Toblerone Bianco Quartzite Another durable Quartzite, Toblerone Bianco is a striking option for a discerning client. Ideal for kitchen countertops or bathroom vanities. White Super Marble The crisp white and gentle swirls of gray make this new Italian marble a great alternative to the old standbys. Properly treated, marble can be used in many applications.