A naturally beige and gold coloured yellow stone wears a pleasant look mostly and a darker look with sandy brown in some cases in the place of beige. As it is warmer in appeal it is not considered mostly for a kitchen but for vanity tops and decorative works of residential projects and commercial buildings. Sometimes they get burgundy spots on the surface. This material has variegated chunks or blocks found inside larger veins. The word Amerello means yellow in Spanish. Light beige and gold yellow tones make this natural stone very fascinating in some stones. Combining this granite with some dark or reddish cabinets and side works would reveal your greater taste of building with natural stones. Polishing the stone is the standard finish for usage.