true that black absolute granite turns chalky grey when honed?
We have consistently heard from granite sources that we should go with non-honed absolute if we don't want the "chalky" look, however, there are several examples on Houzz that show honed as a clean, dark, matte finish. We have been encouraged
type of black, like Atlantic Black or plain "Black Honed" if we are looking for a dark black with matte finish. Thoughts?
What is the name of that wall color? Would this look good with white marble granite?
honed granite allow rings to form? Or polished? I'm thinking of this in a powder room.
The finish that you see in the photo is actually "antiqued", where the granite is acid-etched and then buffed to create almost a distressed leather texture. I would say it almost looks like dark gray flannel. It's