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Luce Di Luna has a lot of honey veining

tamarahl
9 years ago

The slabs I saw yesterday were not like the ones I have seen on the forum in the finished kitchen blog. I think the veins look almost orange or rust-colored, although the stone yard considers it honey colored. Has anyone used this stone in their kitchen, and found a way to use the "honey" shade to good effect? I had my heart set on a more white and gray look for my transitional kitchen with quartzite counters and white cabinetry. But, I am thinking I might be able to tie the rust color in with my walnut countertop on my secondary island, or the paint color of the island cabinetry. Here is what I saw:

And here is a close up:

I will say the slab is strong, I was the crazy woman with a bottle of Pinot Grigio who was scratching the hell out of every slab in the stone yard. The stone guy thought I was CUCKOO!! I had to buy a full bottle of wine en route as I had forgotten to bring my glass bottle from home ;-)

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