What makes this consistent white and gray stone so interesting to look at is the unexpected splashes of beige in it.
The Brazilian New Caledonia granite has a small pattern in resemblance of gray, white, and beige pearls clustered together to form a sea of counter space.
A statement that is effortless and sophisticated.
Granite is one of those materials used to create countertops that make people stare in awe.
This is an effect that you want your countertop to have on people, not to mention your own enjoyment and pleasure you'll get by having granite tile countertops.
By cleaning and maintaining it regularly, you can encourage your countertop to impress you even more.
However, there's no need to worry because it's easy to maintain your countertop. All you need is a mild cleaner.
If you want a countertop that is going to stand the test of time, then you want granite countertops.
To see a complete line of granite options check out K2 Online Granite Catalog
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In most cases, the picture represents one slab in the bundle and actual material may vary from the picture.
Natural stone is a product of nature and subject to variations in veining, color, and patterns.
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