What makes this consistent white and gray stone so interesting to look at are the unexpected splashes of beige in it. New Caledonia has a small pattern in resemblance of gray, white, and beige pearls clustered together to form a sea of counter space. A statement that is effortless and sophisticated.
New Caledonia is known to have a very consistent grain structure, making it a great choice for those who are looking for a seamless and cohesive finish. This stone goes perfectly with both chocolate and espresso colored kitchen cabinetry as well as creams, whites, and honey maples. The well-distributed variety of colors throughout the stone also makes it easy to match almost any color that is in the kitchen design plan.
Disclaimer: Superior Granite recommends using pictures primarily to visualize the movements, patterns, veining, grain structure and other prominent characteristics of the stone as sequential slabs vary in color, movement and pattern.