Marinace black and grey granite makes a stunning wow-factor island feature in this Surrey kitchen. Combined with Zimbabwe black granite worktops, this room exudes luxury and is a pleasant and versatile workspace.
Cutting and polishing the marinace is particularly challenging as the pebbles are made from millions of years of river bed deposits and every stone has a different hardness. Cutting stones of varying density is difficult and requires the skills of a craftsman. If you are investing in a beautiful piece of granite like marinace then invest in a professional to cut, polish and install it to get the very best from the stone.
Coupled with contrasting Zimbabwe black countertops, this kitchen is both practical and luxurious. Every joint is perfect and cuts are kept to a minimum to give a clean, continuos line to show the stone as its exquisite best. At CCG we aim for perfection and will guarantee every single join will be perfect with the same width from top to bottom.
Despite the long lengths of granite and offline walls every the overhang on this kitchen was exactly 20mm all the way round including the island. The upstands are 70mm which look a lot nicer than the standard 100mm offered by most companies. We can style the granite edge to suit your preference and can offer you advice to get the best look for your kitchen while remaining practical too.
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