The past blog articles we’ve written have taken closer looks into customer projects.
These blogs can be incredibly helpful in that they provide homeowners some examples of what the slab will look like when it’s installed.
We’ve heard so many times that customers love to see granite slabs in person to really see what the slab looks like, so having pictures of what the slab looks like installed will only benefit your decision making process. Plus, you can draw on these customer projects as source of inspiration when designing your own project.
So in this week’s article we’ll go over this customer’s install of Absolute Black granite countertops.
Like most granite projects, this customer utilized their slab for a kitchen countertop upgrade. The project also included a stainless steel sink, which matches perfectly atop black countertops.
The project itself holds a traditional design, yet retains a more modern feel. As we’ve discussed in previous articles, when you utilize contrasting color schemes such as this one, you can achieve a wonderfully, sleek and elegant theme that many homeowners strive to achieve.
And with the addition of the grey-white floor tiles, this project excels in creating a modern theme.
For this project, the customer used a standard and classic edging for their countertops.
While that may be a more standard or “in-the-box” approach to countertops, when used in a modern design the hard edges is actually preferred! Plus, this customer used a rounded corner approach giving it a more unique twist to a traditional design.
Overall, this customer’s project turned out amazingly well and pulls off a modern design perfectly.
So take a look at this customer’s kitchen to draw inspiration for your own project! Whether you want a classic design or a modern one, there are features that you could effectively integrate into your own to make a beautiful kitchen, bathroom or any other type of project your heart is set on.
Did you have a recent project that you’re proud of? Send us in your pictures to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org/~graniteliquid to be featured in an article, just like this one!