BalmoralTransitional Kitchen, Edmonton

Home built by Scott Arthur Homes. http://www.scottarthurhomes.com
Custom cabinetry by Newground Interiors/ http://www.newgroundinteriors.com

Transitional kitchen photo in Edmonton with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and paneled appliances —  Houzz
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katiemk99 wrote:Jan 24, 2014
racheljohnson679 wrote:Jul 18, 2016
  • Doris Warren

    Super white what? granite or quartzite?

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    Dente Trading Co

    This is a Dolomitic Quartzite, beautiful but not quite as durable as granite.

Fine-Nest Homes wrote:Mar 12, 2015
  • PRO
    Fine-Nest Homes
    Thank you!
  • natapiat

    what is the name of this granite. thank you

Rosenthal Realty "Home and Design" wrote:Mar 25, 2016
  • bethlam

    What is this countertop and how is the upkeep? Does it stain easily or etch?


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    Novel Painting Solutions Inc.

    The countertop is granite, the colour was called superwhite. I'm not sure about the upkeep.

jrerick wrote:Mar 13, 2015
mayalea wrote:Apr 25, 2015
jrerick wrote:Mar 13, 2015
M M wrote:Jan 6, 2015
Tom Grandmaison wrote:Nov 10, 2014

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Sam Ferris added this to Quartz vs. Granite: The Battle of the CountertopsJan 23, 2017

Pro: It’s available in wide slabs. Though granite comes in all shapes and sizes, it’s common to find slabs more than 70 inches wide. For comparison, quartz slabs are seldom larger than 65 inches wide and are most often about 56. Wide slabs are a huge benefit for kitchens with sprawling angles since they usually mean fewer seams. Some home kitchens may need only one granite slab, which can cut costs.Find a kitchen designer on Houzz

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Asma Ahmed added this to Stone - Slab & TilesSep 6, 2019

Pro: It’s available in wide slabs. Though granite comes in all shapes and sizes, it’s common to find slabs more than 70 inches wide. For comparison, quartz slabs are seldom larger than 65 inches wide and are most often about 56. Wide slabs are a huge benefit for kitchens with sprawling angles since they usually mean fewer seams. Some home kitchens may need only one granite slab, which can cut costs. Find a kitchen designer on Houzz

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pele bonita added this to kitchenAug 31, 2019

I like this counter tops plus island

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