Granite is White Springs.
I love this granite.
We introduced a new Kitchen to a 100 year old farmhouse in northern New Jersey. The family uses the Kitchen a lot, so it was important to introduce large work surfaces, and a variety of spaces. Most important is the introduction of an oversized work island with a sink, wine refrigerator, and built-in walnut cutting board. the cutting board has a slot for bread crumbs that lead to a small drawer with a removable tray for disposing the crumbs. The simple flat panel cabinets and modern light fixtures help integrate the updated Kitchen into a traditional farmhouse structure.
I like this a lot, except I would prefer a darker wood floor and a darker wood on island cabinet. The island countertop is statuary marble.
The countertop is honed Black granite that you can find with white veins. It is a great alternative to soapstone without tons on linseed oil. I like the honed pencil edge granite because it does not show all the light fixtures and other elements to be seen as polished granite acts as a great mirror. Most cooks tell me it is very distracting to have the mirror when preparing meals. Sometimes the mirror works and sometimes it does not.
I like the colors except I would make the island a dark cabinet. I like the granite or whatever the countertop is made of.
I like the overall look. I also like the built-in wine storage.
Ice Brown or White Spring granite.
This island counter is Oyster Pearl granite stacked with cove ogee edge. The perimeter is Lagos Blue granite.
Absolute black, polished granite. The pendants are Harmon Pendant from Restoration Hardware, $349.
Nice for a small kitchen.