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Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

Posted by sarina (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 8, 13 at 13:37

Okay we all know my floor is not going to be able to change. It is down it is done. I do have plenty of light in my kitchen that is from other sources and can add more if have to. I just do not have a ton of natural light as mentioned. Giving the fact I just do adore the Blue Pearl granite can I do that with my tan floor as I said it does have creamy tones in it with a some grey streaks that are more noticeable in the floor as a whole laid down. We would have warm cabs blue pearl warm floor warm splash. What is the verdict on this?

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RE: Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

I think what would help is if you put your tile and cabinet door next to the Blue Pearl slab at the granite yard and then post. Also include a photo of the cabs and floor installed, cleaned up. No one is getting the full picture here with the numerous threads, and you'll want new people to weigh in too.

RE: Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

It's impossible to give any solid input without photos of all the options.

RE: Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

Okay I will do that Mayflowers. I have a piece from my old blue pearl or would whole slab be better,?

RE: Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

blue pearl, brown cabinets, tan floor. Click on the image to get a large full screen view.

Here is a link that might be useful: kitchen

RE: Ok we weighed in on "New Contender"post do this one

Sorry, but I just don't see black or gray granite looking good with your dark brown cabs and tan floor. I think it will look very disjointed. I think you need to find a granite that has the colors of your cabs AND floors for a unified look. Then the BS should coordinate with the counter.

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