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Mixing granite and quartz

Posted by Laberglund (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 22, 12 at 17:29

Is this ok?
I'm going with dove white cabs on the perimeter and a stained espresso island. I know I'm going with black granite on the perimeter, but haven't been able to find a slab of white granite that I'm happy with for the island. Is it weird to use something like Cambria Tourquay on the island? or will this look funny?

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RE: Mixing granite and quartz

Sounds pretty.

Mixing stones is no problem unless you have two really busy slabs, disparate colors (by this I mean really close, but don't go well together, like a beige stone with a gold) or a particularly small, totally walled off kitchen.

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