- Derek 02:38PM, Jan 22 2013

Personally, I really enjoy the Netuno Bordeaux and it's one of my favorite stones therefore I might have a little bias! I think it would look absolutely gorgeous against a white cabinet shade. Also, I recommend to check out another granite called Ice White. Hope this helps.

  • Trohrbach 08:45PM, Jan 17 2013

    I have white laminate cabinets and 8x8 grey tile floor.  The rest of my house is in the beige/cream (neutral).  What are your thoughts with Netuno Bordeaux as the countertops?

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    - Derek
    07:57PM, Dec 5 2012

    Excellent choice! The Netuno Bordeaux is a beautiful granite with it's subtle, flowing movement throughout the slab, which will make the stone a centerpiece of your kitchen design. It has gray and warm neutral highlights to complement the perimeter cabinets and it's light enough to contrast the walnut colored island. Go for it! Just make sure to look at the full slabs in-person before you make final decision as there may be variation between shipments in a stone with movement such as this. Best of luck!

  • tina 10:21PM, Nov 30 2012

    Your thoughts about this stone with slate gray stained perimeter cabinets with a walnut stained center island.  I will have 2 islands. One center 3x7 prep island with a rangetop and a second curved 2 tiered island with seating in between the living and kitchen.  I am looking at this to be on both islands. Thanks.

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    - Derek
    01:55PM, Oct 28 2011 In addition to Kinga's suggestions, you can also check out Sunset Ivory and Ibere Crema Bordeaux. I do not necessarily feel that the Netuno Bordeaux is too busy or the pattern is overwhelming, but it's best for you to look at the slab(s) in-person and perhaps take a sample home with you, in order to make a final, education decision. Good luck!
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    - Kinga
    12:25PM, Oct 27 2011 We do not have this stone in stock at our Danbury, CT facility; however, I do agree with you that this stone will overpower your kitchen. Check out Golden Collection, New Colonial Dream and Astoria. Click here for a comparison table http://www.Marmidicarrara.com
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    . All of these suggestions are in stock in our Danbury yard. The stones I suggested have enough of interesting veins without blending too much with your cabinets or overpowering the kitchen. Let me know what you think!
  • Nelafreitas 06:03AM, Oct 27 2011 Is this granite available for viewing in the Danbury location?  We picked out a maple mocha glaze cabinet which has a rich redish natural cherry apperance with a glaze.  I like somehting with some rust which compliments the cabinet, but at the same time have concerns that the rust color will become overpowering. I love the pattern of the netuno bordeaux but have concerns it won't work with the cabinets.  What do you suggest?