Do you have brown wood cabinetry but would like to incorporate more grey into your kitchen or bath?
You can absolutely mix the two neutrals together (we talked about that here), but sometimes it can be a challenge to find the best stone counter for your kitchen and bath that ties the two colors together. Most of the brown toned stone can be speckled, and may have certain colors your don't want. OR there is just no grey or black mixed in. What I like about this stone is that it has the appearance of marble but the durability of granite. Extra bonus? It's in the mid-high range. So it's totally in the budget if you're already looking at stone countertops.
This is slab of quartzite is called "Fantasy Brown". Ooh la la. I'm not sure why that's the name, because it doesn't have that much brown. But when I saw this in person, I gasped. Yes, I have a flair for the dramatic, but really, it's so beautiful.
What do you think? Is this a counter you would install? I would put this in my kitchen in a heartbeat.
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