Pearl blue granite is a useful and beneficial option when people want to install granite countertops in their kitchen. Granite is perhaps the second strongest stone in the world and is a popular building material. Blue granites are the rarest and therefore the most expensive of the granites that can be found throughout the world. This granite belongs to this family of colors and has a silvery blue hue that makes it beautiful and appreciated. Norway is where this particular shop is mined and distributed around the world as a raw material for making tiles and countertops.
Exploring the characteristics of blue pearl granite:
Although the name of the stone indicates a blue color, in reality, the stone is not true blue and looks more metallic blue or silver. People can get a sample to check the color properly. The stone is made up of excessive amounts of quartz and mica in the stone and when polished they give the stone a pearly sheen which has contributed to its name. Specks of white, black, gray, and bluish-gray make up the color of the stone’s surface. A heavily veined color pattern can be found in this granite instead of the colored veins often seen in many stones.
When people visit a pearl blue granite company, they will find that the color of this stone can vary from piece to piece and even vary in one piece. Some slabs have a blue tint, while others are closer to silver in terms of shade and tone. Instead of having a tight pattern across the entire surface, this granite can have large sections of black and white concentrated in one area. Blue pearl slabs can be lighter on one end and darker on the other and can have black quartz splatters inside their surface and can be used to make unique kitchen countertops.
Types of pearl blue granite:
There are several types of blue pearl granite and their price varies depending on the type that people choose. Depending on the location from which it is mined, the shades of this form of granite can vary. One of the brightest, bluest and most expensive stones is the Blue Pearl GT, while royal blue has a lighter background and also has deep blue crystals on its surface. A variation closer to gray or silver than blue is defined as the Marina Pearl. In addition, instead of a polished surface, it is also possible to find this particular type of stone polished to give a matte finish. The price varies according to your selection.
Due to its special properties, stone is extremely expensive and therefore not entirely affordable for everyone. People often have to forego this option when designing their countertops. However, they must find a manufacturer who can offer them a reasonable price. We are a company that charges a competitive rate and can provide you with all kinds of pearl blue granite.