It is actually Carrara Aquabianca which also has names as Aquabianca Marmol, Marmi Bianco Aqua, Biancoaquabianca. The milky white marble is quite shiny on the surface and it has got subtle grey veins and specked sparsely. On some stones it looks like natural cloud batches. The Italian stone is primarily considered for a building stone and it is a monumental marble. It is ornamental that can be carved at the exteriors and the interiors of premises. In the household this can sit pretty well as countertops and sinks. It can cap pools and can decorate the window sills. Because of the grey factor, the normal slabs sometimes take a very bright half white and a very pale pistachio. If you like it you don’t loose it for just one surface because the finishes allow you for utilities, decorations etc. So, a polished finish can take on one, sawn cut slab can sit somewhere suitable, Sanded finish can find its place, rock faced finish, Sandblasted and Tumbled finishes can be given appropriate places. Do you avoid?!