Emerald Pearl

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Original name:
Emerald Pearl

Other name(s) used:
Emerald Black, Labrador Scuro
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
1479
Country of origin:
Norway
Pattern:
Speckles
Colors:
Blue, Gray, Green
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor, Outdoor
Comments:
Very consistent blue metallic stone with black and gray flecks.
1 SET
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COMMENTS:

  • DJ 01:40AM, Oct 21 2013

    Hi- We have toffee maple cabinets with cherry top molding, oak floors, emerald pearl granite, and stainless appliances. I'm struggling to pick out tile color combinations for the backsplash and paint color for the eating area. There is a lot of light. Any suggestions?

  • Peter 03:30PM, Sep 26 2013

    Hello Prasanth, here are some suggestions for you,

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  • Prasanth jain 06:16PM, Sep 16 2013

    Hi I am interested in getting ideas for which granite counter top to get installed. I will be changing all the appliances to steel.
    Can you please suggest based on the cabinets and floor

  • Marble.com - Adrian 07:16PM, Apr 15 2013

    Hi, you are absolutely on the right track in terms of design thinking. White cabinets againts Emerald Pearl will creates a stylish and intensive atmosphere. I would also go with coffee hard wood floor it's a good balanced combination. Wood floor with dark and white cabinets generate a luxurious design.

  • Michelle 01:12PM, Apr 10 2013

    Hello i'm interested in the Emerald Pearl - we have white cabinets and the kitchen opens up to the main part of the house which is painted in neutral colors (tan walls) with white trim and a coffee (brown/black) hard wood floor.  the house is a Cape - so kind of cottage style..  Do you think Emerald Pearl will be to modern?  if not what color flooring do you recommend?

  • Marble.com - Adrian 05:54PM, Feb 23 2013

    Hi, I think that your combination will look perfectly ! The stone has grey beautifull flecks so it will fit with tiles and ivory cabinets will give a warm to your kitchen. Good luck !

  • Vangie 08:20PM, Feb 22 2013

    I have glazed ivory cabinets and light grey tile for the floor. I like the emerald pearl a lot, but I am not sure of the combination.Please advice... thanks

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:47PM, Feb 7 2013

    Hello Peggy. Please accept my deepest apologies for the delay in replying to you. Since you have light cabinets, both the Ubatuba and Emerald Green are elegant, dark stones that would offer an efficient contrast to offset the wood while adding a contemporary touch to the design. In regard to hardwood flooring, I'm leaning toward an oak floor to add warmth. Here is an example of my vision: http://www.houzz.com/photos/99...

  • peggy 11:35PM, Jan 26 2013

    I am getting seashell (offwhite) cabinets and am trying to decide between ubatuba and emerald green granite for the counter tops. Also don't know what color wood floor to get to tie it all in. 

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:13PM, Nov 13 2012

    Hello. I believe that the Emerald Pearl is very appropriate for your set-up to go against honey oak wood for an efficient contrast with an elegant feel. I do not think it will be too dark, however I also recommend to check out the Blue Pearl granite. Best of luck!

  • ssrox 05:08AM, Nov 9 2012

    I'm undecided if I want Emerald Pearl for my kitchen countertop.  My cabinets are honey oak and my floor is maple, the color are both similar.  Walls are yellow and I have SS fridge and white appliances (still saving to upgrade to SS later).  I don't know if I'll pick this over the Ubatuba granite.  Any suggestions? I want a striking effect in my galley style kitchen and something that's pleasing to the eye as well.  Will it darken the room?  There's a 6-ft gap from sliding door that leads to the backyard to the kitchen, so I think there's enough natural light coming in.  Please advise.

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:29PM, Aug 27 2012

    You can use a warm color such as Giallo Napole or Ouro Brasil to complement the ivory island. 

  • Leopardlady40j 02:43AM, Aug 18 2012

    Using emerald pearl with medium cherry cabinents what granite can I use on a contasting ivory island. Perimeters of kitchen on medium cherry cabinents will be emerald pearl.

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:37PM, Jul 17 2012

    Have you thought about using the Emerald Pearl as a full granite backsplash all the way to the upper cabinetry? This would create a continuous flow for the design and a perfect match -- just some food for thought. In regard to tile options, I recommend to consider a glass backsplash such as Mirabelle Collection blue, grey, brown tile in a brick pattern. I've attached a photo for your reference. Good luck!

  • Brenda 02:40PM, Jul 11 2012

    Like Zinoette, I have just installed  emeral pearl countertop but with very dark mahogany cabinets, stainless steel appliances, Eden Cinnabar flooring tiles with Tumble Mixed Slate for floor border. Now I need to find matching tiles for for kitchens wall.  ANy suggestions?  Brenda

  • Marble.com - Derek 09:39PM, Mar 22 2012

    That sounds like the Emerald Pearl came out looking truly stunning! Congratulations!

  • Maryann24_2000 05:12PM, Mar 18 2012

    from Maryann...I installed emerald pearl with my country french style blue and yellow-goldish walls and light cabinets....it looks fantastic....I love the emerald pearl...it is so rich looking and compliments my kitchen....I loved all the granite with the movement but I knew it could clash with my kitchen decor....the emerald pearl was a great choice....it seems to have more blue than emerald flecks....it is just beautiful  and seems to reflect beautifully in all shades of lighting.....

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:42PM, Mar 15 2012

    You can start your tile backsplash when the granite one ends -- this often happens and is a normal occurrence. A light and not too busy glass tile recommendation I have in mind is from the Mirabelle Collection called smoky brown glass in a brick pattern. I've attached a picture for your reference.

  • Denise 09:50PM, Mar 12 2012

    I recently had my kitchen remodeled.  We have darker cabinets and a dark wood floor. The counters are Luna Pearl.   I'm wondering what type of back splash you would recommend. I prefer glass mosaic tile but I'm afraid it will look too busy with the granite.  My second question - the counter guys installed a 3-ish inch Luna Pearl back splash. Do I need to get rid of the granite back splash to add my own or can I just start my back splash where the granite ends.  Thanks!

  • Marble.com - Derek 08:20PM, Feb 18 2012 I do not categorize the Emerald Pearl as a busy stone, it's reflective flecks are very beautiful and will make for an elegant atmosphere as well as it's blue highlights will compliment the elements in your design. I say go for it!
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:39PM, Feb 18 2012 Can you provide us with a link or upload a picture of the backsplash tile? As for the wall color, I feel like a soft and calm neutral shade such as Benjamin Moore "Lookout Point" or "First Snowfall" would be appropriate.
  • Maryann 01:49AM, Feb 17 2012 Please help.....I have a coutnry french ....yellow and blue....light maple cabinets and light floor...black appliances...confused as to which granite...I love the Emerald pearl...picks up on the blue and I can not have anything too busy because my golden yellow and blue walls are dramatic.....I need help asap....thanks
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:32PM, Feb 16 2012 For the walls, my recommendations for paint color are Benjamin Moore "Ocean Air" and "Silver Cloud". Hope this helps!
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:30PM, Feb 16 2012 Dear Camallinger, It seems like inadvertently we did not answer your question for the backsplash suggestion, it somehow was lost in the mix of questions we receive every day. We're sorry about that, and would you share with us what you ended up choosing? Thanks!
  • Dan 07:06PM, Feb 15 2012 We have just installed Emerald Pearl countertops with white European cabinets. The floor has 1'x 2' predominantly white tiles with subtle hues of blue and tan. For back-slash we have mosaic mediterranean olive tiles - mix of olive green, light olive , white marble and a few translucent tiles. Can you recommend a grout color for the backslash and wall colors?
  • mc 11:22PM, Feb 11 2012 I just installed a mosaic backsplash in  grey black and white.   I purchased the tiles at Home Depot at a steal. It looks great with the white grout.  You could go to Home Depot buy a few samples and see what fits.  If they don't look right you can always return them.  That's what I did until I found the perfect fit.  I am now deciding on what to put on the floors.  I am looking at grey tiles for the floors and paint the walls a light grey.
  • Camallinger 12:22AM, Jan 15 2012 I have emerald pearl granite counters, honey oak cabinets, a light ( beige, grey) tile floor and stainless steal appliances. I am having so much trouble finding a backsplash, any suggestions??
  • Marble.com - Kinga 05:56PM, Oct 11 2011 If you have not already purchased the olive glass backsplash, a tumbled marble with green accent tiles would work very well. Another great option is a honed White Cararra in a subway style.
  • Marble.com - Derek 02:48PM, Oct 11 2011 Do you already have the olive glass backsplash tiles purchased?
  • Damaprince 04:29PM, Oct 10 2011 i have light golden cabinets and slate floor. Considering emerald pearl granite counter top. do u think that will work? also lost as to what kind of backsplash to use.  Considering a slate but already have glass olive backsplash.  Help!!!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 04:39PM, Sep 6 2011 I’m a huge fan of the Emerald Pearl especially against cherry cabinets. Like Derek mentioned, it’s an elegant and rich combination so go for it. For the backsplash, take a look at a light tumbled marble or tumbled White Cararra with Emerald Pearl tile inserts. Another neat design element I’ve seen is an Emerald Pearl door knob & pull! It’s definitely a fun way to finish off the design. My vote is for the Emerald Pearl!
  • Marble.com - Derek 06:21PM, Sep 1 2011 Sounds like a solid combination, cherry cabinets against Emerald Pearl is a warm and elegant combination, thumbs up from me! The tile color also looks very warm, and will tie the design in nicely, go for it! As for backsplash, something like an Olive Blend Natural Stone Mosaic in a 2" x 2" pattern could be a good match, as it has inserts with shades that pick up the granite and the floor tile. I've attached an image for your reference. Good luck!
  • Zinoette 05:46PM, Aug 31 2011 Also, do you have any suggestions for backsplash?
  • Marble.com - Derek 05:02PM, Aug 31 2011 My suggestions are Blue Celeste Brick pattern tile and Ming Green marble mini brick mosaic. I've attached images for your reference. Let me know what you think!
  • Zinoette 03:26PM, Aug 31 2011 Any thoughts on cherry cabinets, emerald pearl granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, Benjamin Moore shaker beige paint, and Mannington Pietra Porcelain Beige tile floor?
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:45PM, Aug 30 2011 Let us know what you ending up picking for the backsplash! We love creative ideas.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:27PM, Aug 25 2011 If you want a cool feel, consider using a honed White Carrara tile. But if you want a warm look, consider using a Botticino tumbled marble with Emerald Pearl tile inserts to give the backsplash more visual interest. Let me know what you think!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 10:03PM, Aug 23 2011 If you have photos, I would absolutely LOVE to see!
  • Jackie Barraco 07:46PM, Aug 22 2011 We are having Emerald Pearl counter tops installed today.  We have hard wood floors with Oak cabinets with white applicances.  We have lots of windows which give off lots of lights.  Can you give me some suggestions for back splashes?
  • Klux54 01:27AM, Aug 21 2011 Thanks--we went with Emerald Pearl and it is gorgeous with my white cabinets.  I'm going to look for tile this week and will keep your suggestions in mind.  I like the idea of the white carrara--I thought about turning it diagonally and accenting with glass tiles.  I didn't know you could get emerald pearl tile inserts.  That sounds great.  Thanks for the help.
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:29PM, Jul 28 2011 I'm also leaning towards Emerald Pearl. This stone will compliment your stainless steel cabinets very nicely and tie-in the warm color of your cabinets. Go for it!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 09:54PM, Jul 27 2011 Emerald Pearl 100%, hands down! It looks absolutely stunning against maple cabinets paired with stainless steel appliances and wood floors. The stone has a beautiful, rich feel that will provide you with a dramatic but warm contrast. My vote is for the Emerald Pearl!
  • Dan 08:34PM, Jul 27 2011 My wife is trying to decide between Emerald Pearl and Black Pearl. We have light Maple cabinets, Oak floors and stainless appliances. Any thoughts?
  • Marble.com - Kinga 05:40PM, Jul 14 2011 I agree with Derek’s backsplash suggestion. A White Carrara or just plain white subway tile would look stunning with your setup. A tumbled White Carrara tile would also be a great choice for the space. Let us know what you think!
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:05PM, Jul 14 2011 Both are solid choices that are appropriate and gorgeous for your design, but I am also leaning towards the Emerald Pearl. This granite gives more of a "pop" and the reflective flecks will make it the centerpiece of your design. As for backsplash, neutral and soft is the key, so Carrara marble tile or white subway tile is the way to go.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 07:42PM, Jul 12 2011 I’m a huge fan of the Emerald Pearl. I feel it looks so rich and timeless, I would recommend it over the Volga Blue. The Volga Blue doesn’t have as much depth and interesting pattern as the Emerald Pearl. For backsplash, I would keep it light and neutral like a tumbled marble with Emerald Pearl tile inserts to tie everything in together. Let me know what you think!
  • Klux54 04:01PM, Jul 12 2011 Trying to decide between Emerald Pearl or Volga Blue for my kitchen countertop.  Cabinets are white, appliances are stainless, hard wood oak flooring.  I have red and black in my curtains, but there is some blue.  Would the Volga Blue be too much?  I do love the Emerald Pearl as well.  Also, what type of tile backsplash with this color combo?  Thanks!
  • Marble.com - Derek 05:55PM, Jun 27 2011 Yes. Emerald Pearl is a stunning choice that has beautiful reflective flecks, go for it!
  • Poodlelover 03:06AM, Jun 26 2011 I have natural beech cabinets.  Someone suggested I use Blue Pearl granite for countertops but I like Emerald Pearl better.  Would this look OK?
  • Marble.com - Derek 02:29PM, Jun 24 2011 How about a mixed mosaic of darker colored inserts? Instead of a solid one color. I've attached an image of the idea I have in mind.
  • Tjm_aqua 12:08AM, Jun 24 2011 Hi, I have white (benjamine moore simply white) cabinets, emerald pearl granite, Creamy gold tile as floors and walls painted edgecombe grey..wondering what backsplash to use. Thinking about glass subway tiles..but shhould I go white, taupe or sand? or something else..
  • Jolynda 09:53PM, Apr 30 2011 I was actually referring to the cabinets but I also have to decide on paint and crown molding in the room
    • All Granite and Marble 08:28AM, May 4 2011 Jolynda: Maybe you can use a color such as Benjamin Moore "Barely Beige". For an off white choice, try Benjamin Moore ""Super White".
  • JoLynda 01:35PM, Apr 27 2011 I love the emerald pearl granite just having a hard time deciding on what shade of white to use with it, I want a warm cozy kitchen but not too yellow or too white any suggestions? my floor are going to be Royal brown hard wood somerset hand scraped wide plank.
    • All Granite and Marble 03:21PM, Apr 28 2011 JoLynda: Are you referring to what shade of white to paint the cabinets or walls?
  • Tina 11:20AM, Apr 10 2011 HI, We are remodelling our kitchen. We have decided on offwhite cabinets and are thinking about Emerald pearl as a granite choice. Just confused because when I saw the stone it looked bluish to me and did not notcie any green in it. But postings here say green. Also what kind of floor tile would go with this combination.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:43AM, Apr 11 2011 Tina: The Emerald Pearl does have some green undertones in it. I recommend to look at the slabs in-person and bring a sample how to see how it looks in your kitchen light. I think a Noce travertine or slate floor tile would be a nice combination.
  • Joan 10:59PM, Dec 21 2010 Hi, I am trying to decide what color of granite is good for my sable finish maple cabinet on light oak floor. Like the emeral pearl, but is it not dark enough? If it is ok, would stainless cooktop look good there? Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 11:53AM, Dec 22 2010 Joan: The Emerald Pearl is an appropriate choice. Another option could be Ubatuba or Platinum Bahia.
  • sherryl brotoss 06:11AM, Nov 23 2010 I have a natural travertine stone in the floor, and my kitchen is open to the living room with cherry cabinet, I am thinking about travetine natyral stone in the backsplash but I am confused between golden pearl granite and crema bordeaus for the granite countertop, I need your opinion please.
    • All Granite and Marble 08:24AM, Nov 23 2010 Sherryl Brotoss: I'm leaning towards the Crema Bordeaux. The rich and warm pattern of the stone will compliment your cabinets and travertine tiles nicely.
  • Candice 01:55PM, Jul 22 2010 I have greyish white tiles, white gloss cabinets , white appl, and we are putting in Emerald Pearl granite counter tops...What color and type of backsplash should I use?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:28AM, Jul 23 2010 Candice: Keep it simple on the backsplash -- a light subway tile will look nice.
  • Lori 09:07PM, May 31 2010 Forgot to mention we have birch hardwood floors the colour of a Golden Retriever and will have SS appliances.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:12AM, Jun 1 2010 Lori: For a more traditional, warmer color option try Tropical Brown.
  • Lori 11:46AM, May 29 2010 Warm white pereimeter cabinetry, dark stained island with cherry butcher block top in a well lit traditional kitchen and home. Husband loves emerald pearl for countertop. I too like emerald pearl but would like a warmer softer look that would enhance cupboards and maybe be a more classic l;ook. What do you think emerald pearl or another suggestion?
  • Karin Stern 02:54PM, Mar 28 2010 I need a 13" x 62" piece fof emerald pearl grantie
    • All Granite and Marble 01:06PM, Mar 29 2010 Karin Stern: For pricing please contact the sales office.
  • Jeff 05:09PM, Dec 12 2009 We are trying to decide what style (color) of granite to get for our kitchen. Our cabinets are a lighter maple. Do you think we need to contrast this with a darker color or would one of the lighter granites work?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:50AM, Dec 14 2009 Jeff: A darker granite is more appropriate for your cabinet color. Have you considered a green tone? Take a look at Butterfly Green. A different direction would be a stone like Tropical Brown.
  • mary ann 01:14PM, Dec 12 2009 i love costa esmeralda but it is way to expensive any alternate suggestions? would like a light green.
    • All Granite and Marble 02:47PM, Dec 12 2009 mary ann: Cosa Esmeralda is one of a kind, an inexpensive stone but going in a different direction is Butterfly Green.
  • Lynn 11:43AM, Nov 26 2009 I love the dark green color in emerald pearl granite. However, I don't like the bling. Can you suggest granites whose color are similar to Emerald Pearl but has no bling in it? Thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:44AM, Nov 27 2009 Lynn: Take a look at our "Butterfly" selection of stones.
  • Wanda 04:35PM, Nov 3 2009 I have bazilian redwood floors, white pickled cabinets and verde uba tuba granite counter tops. What color backsplash would you suggest?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:47AM, Nov 4 2009 Wanda: Light subway tile.
  • Laks 07:28AM, Nov 1 2009 Thanks! I liked wildlands savane tiles for the flooring. Is this too rustic for my kitchen? I also liked a terracotta color tile from Level USA. Since I am not sure about Level USA company, I am leaning towards the wildlands savane. This comes in various sizes, should I do simple 18x18 brick pattern or should I go with a random design? Thanks again!
    • All Granite and Marble 12:00PM, Nov 2 2009 Laks: A simple brick design will suffice, and the wildlands savane looks stunning, go for it!
  • Laks 12:20PM, Oct 20 2009 Thanks for a prompt response! Could you please tell me what is "crematic" tile you have recommeded for the floor? Is this any cream colored ceramic?
    • All Granite and Marble 12:36PM, Oct 20 2009 Laks: I meant to write Ceramic :-) Pick your favorite color of cream/beige and go from there.
  • Laks 08:12AM, Oct 18 2009 I have emerald pearl countertop and off white(ivory) cabinets. What colors will go well for the backsplash and kitchen floor?
    • All Granite and Marble 02:49PM, Oct 19 2009 Laks: Crematic tile looked better over hardwood floors with this granite, and it should be a lighter shade of beige. Backsplash could be tumbled marble or slate.
  • Yvette 04:52PM, Oct 17 2009 I have a light grey ceramic tile with darker tones mixed in on my kitchen floor. The grout is dark grey but looks black on the floor. My cabients are a medium oak color(warm) and I really like the emerald pearl stone, but I am not sure if it will work with my floor and cabinets. Please advise. I need help!!!
    • All Granite and Marble 09:36AM, Oct 19 2009 Yvette: Seems like it your compliment the floor and contrast the cabinets which is a good thing. You should put a sample of our cabinetry against a slab of this granite to see if you like how the two colors go together.
  • Nerissa 11:27AM, Sep 14 2009 Hi, Thank you so much for responding. I really love the idea of a creamy tile. Will this look okay with a bright white tub? I also have a clear shower door. Thank you!
    • All Granite and Marble 02:47PM, Sep 14 2009 Nerissa: It will look good.
  • Nerissa 12:13AM, Sep 12 2009 Hi, I have Emerald Pearl floor tiles and vanity top with a white vanity base. Can you please suggest an interesting/appropriate color tile (ceramic or glass) for my shower walls?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:26AM, Sep 14 2009 Nerissa: You should go light, anything creamy will work.
  • Patricia 07:04PM, Jun 1 2009 Off white cabinets, emerald pearl counter tops. Trying to find out what color of back splash to do?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:57AM, Jun 2 2009 Patricia: Tumbled marble perhaps? Or slate?
  • Keta 11:49PM, May 17 2009 I started with travertine floor tiles and lattice diagonally crossed absolute black granite with uba tuba 4x4 squares at the intersection of the black. Cabinets off white with brown glaze. Now, want to change from uba tuba,which as supposed to be the countertop color, to emerald pearl. Would that work, or some combination of brown, black and cream?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:04AM, May 18 2009 Keta: They're not that far from each other. I think it would work just as well.
  • Julie 11:53AM, Mar 30 2009 I'm trying to figure out granite countertop, backsplash, fireplace coloring. I have white cabinets, oak flooring tan walls, reds and blacks for decorating. The family room and kitchen are open together so I am hoping to tie in colors to match backsplash and fireplace. I have more of a modern style going on. Black leather couches and the same white cabinets in the family room.
    • All Granite and Marble 01:09PM, Apr 3 2009 Julie: My first thought was Crema Bordeaux, but it's not on the modern side. You can try something with less veins, like Tan Brown.
  • Sue 10:58AM, Mar 18 2009 We have natural oak cabinets and floor. I love Emerald Pearl but have been told that we need a "warm" granite because of the golden tones in the oak yet dark for contrast. Do you think Emerald Pearl would work? Any ideas on backsplash color?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:22AM, Mar 19 2009 Sue: It works on the basis of contrast. Although it may be nice to have a hint of the cabinet color in the stone, it's not necessary. You can add warmth to the kitchen by using a light colored backsplash. A nice golden travertine would do that.
  • hanh 09:55PM, Feb 20 2009 i have brazilian cherry cabinets.would emeral pearl countertop go well with it and what kind of color tiles for floors?thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 09:49AM, Feb 24 2009 hanh: I'm guessing your Brazilian cherry cabinets are quite red. Emerald Pearl, even though it might not look like it here, is a dark green stone. Green and Red usually don't mix well in a kitchen setting. I suggest looking for something else. You might like blue pearl.
  • All Granite and Marble 10:12AM, Nov 19 2008 Mindy:
  • Kate 03:31AM, Nov 15 2008 I have Bianco Sardo (coarse Luna Pearl) floors, cabinets will be off-white w/ glaze; how will Emerald Pearl countertops look with ss appliances - will dark opalescent mosaic tile give it enough pop? And, with dark granite countertops, ss or black gas cooktop to make it disappear?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:05PM, Nov 21 2008 Kate: Definitely a black cooktop with this stone. I think the opalescent tile can enhance the look if used carefully (don't overdo it). Overall you will get a lot of contrast from the white cabinetry.
  • Tom 01:12PM, Oct 20 2008 I absolutely love the bling in Emerald pearl. We have oak cabinets that will remain. Will the two work together? If not, what other granite with bling will work?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:12AM, Nov 19 2008 Tom: Yes it should work very well. Blue Pearl will have the same "bling".
  • Katie 03:41PM, Aug 1 2008 I am planning to have this stone in my kitchen with maple cashew cabinet. Do you think this will go well? What color tiles for floor and backsplash ? Thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:25AM, Sep 19 2008 Katie: Should be fine. For the tiles I would suggest a darker shade of beige.
  • Kathy 11:13AM, Jun 3 2008 I'm looking for a dark green, but I don't like the speckled look. Can you suggest a stone?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:59AM, Jun 30 2008 Kathy: Try Olive Green.
  • Sherry 10:14PM, Sep 29 2007 Can you suggest, how would the emerald pearl countertops look with cherry brown cabinets and light color tile(stone/ceramic) backsplash?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:40AM, Oct 1 2007 Sherry: I guess it would depend on how red the cherry is. If it's just brown, then I don't see a problem.
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