Blue Bahia

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Original name:
Blue Bahia

Other name(s) used:
Azul Bahia, Nile Boquira
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
957
Country of origin:
Brazil
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Blue, Gold, White
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor
Comments:
Very beautiful exclusive navy blue stone with white clustering and occasional green veining.
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COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Peter 08:11PM, Dec 31 2013

    Hello Rosa,
    No. We do not. It is available at our Ridgefield Park and South Plainfield locations.

  • Rosa 04:28PM, Dec 29 2013

    We're interested in seeing a slab for our bathroom
    Do you have this material at your farmingdale location?

  • Vadim 10:28AM, Apr 30 2013

    Dear Derek, I need 29m2 of Azul Bahia polished mosaic, where to buy?

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:16PM, Apr 21 2012

    I feel that the Blue Bahia pictured on this page is too stark and contemporary for your design. My suggestions are colors such as Emerald Pearl and Silver Waves. Hope this helps!

  • Marble.com - Kinga 08:48PM, Apr 18 2012

    Can you upload a photo of your tiles and accessories? It seems like you have a lot of blue going on so I would recommend doing something neutral on the countertop. You can do a clean, white countertop like the Nano Crystallized Glass or the complete opposite like an Absolute Black. A stone like Blue Eyes or Arctic Blue would also work well as the dominant color is neutral and consistent with a small hint of blue. If you keep the countertop neutral and easy-on the eyes, the space won’t feel overwhelming. Let me know what you think so far!

  • Linda 12:32AM, Apr 17 2012

    I am trying to update my bathroom.  The cabinets are a golden brown.  The floor tile is a royal blue.  What color granite countertop would work best?  Pictures and accessories are blue and gold.

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:09PM, Apr 13 2012

    I think the Blue Bahia would look stunning and elegant against a cherry colored wood cabinet! If it's within your budget then go for it, as this stone will surely make a statement and turn into the focal point of your kitchen design.

  • Rachel Ejsmont 03:30PM, Apr 13 2012

    The cabinets are a cherry maple and we were thinking a medium  grey porcelain floor.Idon't want to spend that much on a counter top ..I was quoted 3,000...although  prices  do vary.Would it look fab or not?

  • Marble.com - Kinga 05:08PM, Apr 12 2012

    The Blue Bahia is a very expensive granite so the price you were given sounds correct. Some shipments can be even more expensive! I tried to find a photo of your cabinets online but I was unsuccessful. Would you be able to take a photo of your cabinets along with the flooring and upload them? We want to fully understand the setup you have before we give you any suggestions or pointers.  You do not have to match the floors but we do recommend complimenting them to tie the space together.

  • Rachel Ejsmont 02:30PM, Apr 12 2012

    I need help with my blue bahia  ... I heard they can go as far as asking $500 a sqf ..is that even possible.I also have  cerizo brown  maple cabinets and I'am not sure I can match these two together and does the counters half to match the floors ?

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:34PM, Feb 11 2012 Please be aware that Blue Bahia is a Super Premium stone, so pricing can only be done directly through our sales offices.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 05:58PM, Feb 10 2012 Our Ridgefield Park, NJ and South Plainfield, NJ facility carry this stone. For pricing, please contact the closest facility directly http://www.marble.com/contact
  • Kristen 03:59PM, Feb 7 2012 Hi I am doing a shower in blue bahia granite- and my contractor said i need 4 clabs at 3' x 8' size-price? Thanks.
  • Marble.com - Derek 02:10PM, Jun 8 2011 Sounds like a design worthy of being published in a magazine. I think that would look stunning. The rich Blue Bahia pattern will look elegant against your cabinet colors. My only small concern is the backsplash mosaic. The Blue Bahia is a very busy stone, so perhaps the backsplash tile should be a bit calmer. In the "Vatican Gallery" section, the color marked Beige is a nice choice. Just some food for thought.
  • dmom 01:41AM, Jun 8 2011 I am using Indian Slate porcelain tile on the kitchen floor. See the following website http://www.internationalwholes...
    The following colors, brown, ivory, beige, green and blue (earth and sky colors) will be set in a pinwheel pattern. The island cabinets will be a rich brown, the cabinets surrounding the kitchen will be a natural color.
    The kitchen backsplash will be ivory with the mix mosaic.
    Do you think this granite would work in our kitchen for the countertops?
  • All Granite and Marble 02:26PM, Jun 6 2011 Certainly! The Blue Bahia is so unique that it will look stunning with almost any wood color.
  • greeko 03:11AM, Jun 5 2011 Will this work well with white cabinets?
  • Tiffany 09:57PM, Apr 2 2011 Would this color be too flashy with maple cabinets? Also, what color floors and backsplash would compliment this granite color with maple cabinets?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:34AM, Apr 4 2011 Tiffany: The Blue Bahia looks better with a very dark cabinet color. A slate floor tile and subway tile for backsplash would be appropriate.
  • Jerry 01:38PM, Jul 28 2010 Is it optimal to have new appliances installed prior to counter top installation or after?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:23AM, Jul 29 2010 Jerry: They do not need to be installed, but must be on-site.
  • Ann 06:23PM, Apr 26 2010 Thanks, you confirmed that it might be too busy for my kitchen.
  • Ann 12:48PM, Apr 26 2010 This looks absolutely beautiful and I'm wondering if it would work in the home I'm buying next month. It's a very open custom designed contemporary design home built in the late 1970s with white cabinets, hardwood floors, white appliances, and lots of natural light. The kitchen opens directly into the dining area (which in turn opens into the living room). My dining room furniture is a maple or light oak and the fabric on the chairs a smoke blue (but could be easily changed). I'd like the area to retain is warm inviting feel...and look fairly sophisticated at the same time. Would Blue Bahia be too flashy...I have quite a bit of counter space in the kitchen (u-shaped)?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:24PM, Apr 26 2010 Ann: It would be very unique and contemporary. However it might be too busy. In addition, it's very expensive. Perhaps something like Blue Pearl would be more appropriate?
  • Dave 10:58PM, Apr 24 2010 what are the measurements and price per slab of this granite??
    • All Granite and Marble 09:28AM, Apr 26 2010 Dave: We do not sell slabs, we are a fabricator of countertops. For a countertop estimate please contact the sales office.
  • sjay 10:13PM, Apr 3 2010 I love this stone, but would this countertop be suitable for a small, but sunny kitchen. The cabinets are black; white backsplash; stainless appliances and soft grey flooring. Thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:50AM, Apr 6 2010 sjay: It would be an exciting combination. A center piece of the kitchen.
  • Carmine 10:31AM, Sep 15 2009 Please advise availability of Bahia Blue tiles measuring 12" x 12". quanitity needed 15-20
    • All Granite and Marble 01:11PM, Sep 15 2009 Carmine: We do not sell tiles of this material.
  • victor 08:38PM, Sep 7 2009 i need an estimate for slabs i need one container of blue bahia 2cm please
    • All Granite and Marble 10:07AM, Sep 8 2009 victor: For price please contact the sales dept.
  • Kathy 12:04AM, Jul 30 2009 Please give me an estimate for 30 sq ft of the blue bahia to be used for an outdoor bar.Also estimated shipping time Thx
    • All Granite and Marble 09:23AM, Jul 30 2009 Kathy: For an estimate please contact the sales dept. or use the Free Online Estimate Tool on the main page. We only service the Tri-State area.
  • jim 11:07PM, Apr 13 2009 I have a large bright sunny kitchen and we were drawn to this stone. Too bright & flashy with big counterspace? With dark cherry bases and canvas tops (only 5)?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:08AM, Apr 14 2009 jim: Not necessarily flashy. It does draw attention but with cherry cabinets it would be a nice combination. Take a look at this kitchen for some ideas: http://www.marble.com/countertops/galleries/full/kitchens/120.html
  • alisha wakefield 10:26PM, Nov 14 2008 Is this granite suitable for kitchen countertops?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:03PM, Nov 21 2008 alisha wakefield: Yes it is.
  • June wallace 04:34PM, Sep 8 2008 My favorite blue bahia!!!!!!!!!
  • Trinessa 02:38PM, Feb 8 2008 I Think it is wonderful
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