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Verde Sequoia
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Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
This stone has a seaweed green background with dark green streaks and small specks of beige, white and light brown.

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Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-09-19 16:32:10

Jody: It's in an adjacent room so while it would create some serious contrast, I don't think it should be a major issue. What's most important is matching the stone and the cabinetry and you seem to have that figured out :)

Name: Jody

Date: 2008-08-16 15:08:46

I have natural color cherry wood cabinets w/mocha glaze. We have Brazillian Koa for the L. room which is open to kitchen. I like the Verde sequoia. I am at a loss becasue the wood floor has a lot of color. I do not want it to be too busy. Do you think this would be too much with the Koa?

Marmi di Carrara srl - Moderator

Date: 2008-06-06 11:54:01

Luree: This is common for this stone. It's very hard/dense but the pattern is very linear and so that's where the cracks appear. Surface cracks are almost inevitable on this stone. The key thing is that they don't go through the whole depth of the stone. Regardless though, 2cm is too thin for a kitchen top. It might be expensive, but try calling some granite importers in the area.

Name: Luree

Date: 2008-05-12 18:23:39

I love this granite, but I live in Idaho. I have found some 2 cm. pieces with some cracks and the owner says this is common. Have you found this to be true and do you know where I might find it in 3cm in Idaho?

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