Six weeks later, they came to install the countertops and we found out that the lovely little sample we saw had very little resemblance to the granite that they put in our kitchen. We had planned a beautiful cream and sage green color scheme and thought that black/brown granite we picked would be perfect. Instead, we got black and teal green flecks - that looked terrible!
Lesson Learned - ALWAYS go to the granite fabricator to pick out the slab of granite that your countertop will be made from. Since then, we've done many countertops and this has made a huge difference in the overall look of the kitchen. Granite is a natural product and can have a lot of variation - swirls, color flecks and shade variation that might be dramatically different than what you hoped for.
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