She chose New Azul Aran Granite which is full of Quartz and Mica which are the sparkly pockets you see throughout the stone. The major colors in this stone are grey, brown, and blueish-grey. Her dark cabinets match perfectly with the browns in the stone and her grey walls bring it all together.
Brandi went with an eased edge profile on the perimeter cabinets and a half inch bevel on the island for a touch of elegance. To top it off, she chose to go with a full height granite backsplash to further display the beauty of the stone. Her kitchen is considered a Medium sized kitchen which ranges from 50-70 square foot of countertop area.
New Azul Aran is considered an exotic stone and is labeled a Category D stone. The Marble Institute of America (MIA) has been the authoritative source of information of natural stone for over 70 years. The MIA assign categories to all Granites, Marbles and other natural stones. Categories are based a variety of factors including color variation, movement and composition of the stone.