- Natalia 04:02PM, Jun 26 2012

Excellent choice! I love the direction you're going in. The Peregrine is a very nice addition to go against creme cabinets and stainless steel countertop. 

  • Angie Vandemerwe 04:34AM, Jun 22 2012

    I was wondering how Peregrine would look on creme glazed cabinets. The other cabinets are dark cherry and the flooring is beige with apricot undertones. The breakfast bar will butt up to a stainless steel counter top. I thought the Peregrine would warm the stainless.

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    - Derek
    04:55PM, Aug 31 2011 The Peregrine has strong and rich veins that would compliment the cabinets nicely, I think it's a good match. Although you could go darker for a stronger contrast, with a color such as Hurricane.
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    - Kinga
    02:49PM, Aug 25 2011 I’ve seen this stone done with oak cabinets and it looks absolutely lovely. You will have enough of contrast and balance in the kitchen using the granite. Have you brought a sample home to compare it against your cabinets? I feel this is a warm and inviting combination.
  • Amy Stockwell 07:14PM, Aug 22 2011 How do you think Peregrine would look with honey oak cabinets?  The wood grain on the cabs is pretty pronounced...too much movement, or a good contrast?  I really like the strong veins and movement in Peregrine...
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    - Derek
    12:41PM, Jul 20 2011 The rich veins in the Peregrine will make it stand out nicely, for backsplash a tumbled travertine tile such as Baja Cream or Chablis is a pleasant combination.
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    - Kinga
    02:42PM, Jul 18 2011 Absolutely! I think the Peregrine would look amazing with your setup as long as you keep the backsplash light so go for it!
  • Rodil 01:37PM, Jul 18 2011 hi, do you think peregrine c countertop will go with beige or ivory backsplash & dark brown cabinet?
  • LIli 09:06AM, Mar 25 2011 Do you have Peregrine C in your Ridgefield Park site? I am looking to purchase both Peregrine and Altair granite for my kitchen and preferably would like to go to one site for both. Also, do you think the two would go together? Peregrine for perimeter and Altair for the island?
  • katepg@hotmail.com 12:57PM, Feb 23 2011 I have put a deposit down on 2 of the most gorgeous slabs of Peregrine c...however, my dilemma now is sink and faucets...I lean toward an oil rubbed brass old style faucet w black undermount sink..my kitchen is large black and white tile floor, ivory/white kitchen cabinets, black appliances and it has a distinctly vintage feel...do u feel that black sink would work or should I look at an oatmeal color...help!!!
  • Vicki 03:34PM, Feb 1 2011 Thanks for such a "lightning" response.!
  • Vicki 12:39PM, Feb 1 2011 Thoughts on pairing this with meduim colored cherry cabinets. They are a rusty color rather than the deep reddish color.kGYV