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Sapphire Blue
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Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Black stone with reddish tan chunks and bluish white particles.

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Name: danielle

Date: 2008-10-08 19:16:01

I am consdering sapphire blue granite for my kitchen countertop. The floors are a light cream color limestone and the cabinets are an off white/swiss coffee color with brushed nickle stainless steel appliances.i live at the beach and want a clean beach cottage feel.

Name: Phyllis

Date: 2008-10-08 13:38:08

Read that SS goes better with Baltic Brown than white appliances. Putting in a Black Cooktop and Micro above what is the objection to the Sapphire Blue over the Baltic Brown? What color paint? Prefer a dark granite over the giallo

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-10-08 12:56:24

Phyllis : Baltic Brown or Giallo. I would lean towards the Giallo though.

Name: Phyllis

Date: 2008-10-04 00:29:46

We have white with grey ceramic tile floor, white applances. We are getting medium maple cabinets. We are considering Baltic Brown, Sapphire Blue or Giallo Veneziano. Which will work better in the kitchen. The kitchen is not a bright kitchen!

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-07-25 11:34:55

Eve: The blue is not that visible from a distance. Only when you get close you will see the bluish -grey in it. Good choice.

Name: Eve

Date: 2008-07-21 22:35:23

Installing medium maple cabinets;taupe/lt.grey/cream stone look laminate floor and have white appliances. Do you think the Sapphire Blue granite works? The brown appears to play off the maple color and the black gives contrast. Concerned with how much blue is visible. Was also looking at Tan Brown (426). Thanks.

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-04-08 16:48:01

BF: It would certainly give you a lot of good contrast. As far as it being too dark, it all depends on the size of the kitchen and the amount of light you have there.

Name: BF

Date: 2008-04-08 13:11:48

I\'m considering a blue sapphire countertop to go with my white beadboard cabinets--do you think it would it be too dark?

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-04-03 14:52:00

Anna: I would probably go with the Saphire blue. It seems to fit the bill for both woods.

Name: Anna

Date: 2008-03-13 02:49:37

I have natural pine floors. The granite I am looking at is blue pearl,tan brown,sapphire blue.(or another blk color). I am currently choosing cabinets. If I choose cherry cabinets what dark granite would go best? And If I choose a med/dark brown cabinet what dark granite would you choose?

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-02-22 14:57:45

Nancy D: Sounds like a plan!

Name: Nancy D

Date: 2008-02-22 10:03:45

Yes, exactly..We'll look at this next weekend and then the Desert River or Giallo Monte Carlo for black island

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-02-21 11:11:45

Nancy D: This stone has quite a bit of black in it. It would work with the black cabinetry and definitely with the light. Dark vs light granite - light will accent the island, dark will accent the light cabinets.

Name: Nancy D

Date: 2008-02-17 22:37:00

We have off white cabinets with coffee glaze-neutral porcelein floor - large island is black distressed; very french country large kitchen. would this complement both black island and offwhite glazed cabinets? We LOVE your warehouse - so many choices! Torn between lite and dark granite - or do dark on cabinets and a lighter shade on island?

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