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They have my floors and cabs in with the temp counters

Posted by sarina (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 1, 13 at 0:10

Here are the cabs and the floors . Everything is still dusty and dirty from construction . So do you all think I can use the Blue pearl in here . The kitchen does not get a lot of natural light. Been tossing around the blue pearl as I love it was in my last kitchen such a bullet proof pretty granite. For lighter ones like Bianco Antico not finding a lot of that here though :( Cambria New Quay I like a lot and a few other cambria's. Just love Super White quantize if I could find it here but afraid of the staining with it. Lucky will have laminate and can take time with my choice.


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RE: They have my floors and cabs in with the temp counters

Is the blue pearl that much darker then the temporary counters? They seem to be leaning toward the dark side (in a good way) and your kitchen doesn't look too dark in the picture. The cabinets and floors together are very pretty. Good luck choosing.


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RE: They have my floors and cabs in with the temp counters

Blue pearl is very pretty but I'm not sure I like it with your tan floor...cool vs. warm. I think something in the warmer tones of your floor would look better.


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RE: They have my floors and cabs in with the temp counters

Joanie ...The floor is actually a tad darker and has gray tones and cream tones that run through it . Countryatheart.. The blue pearl would be a deeper flannel gray . I did find a stone if its still available that has a lot more of blue mixed in with the silver flecks . Of course once it is on the counter that will show up less until light hits it or time of day.


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