Sunday, August 14, 2011

Slab Sunday: Verde Ubatuba granite

Verde Ubatuba is quarried in a bedrock quarry in Espirito Santo, Brazil.

Overall it is a dark green with flecks of gold, brown and lighter green colors.  9 times out of 10 I have to tell people it's green, usually people think it's black because it's so dark.  Depending on the lighting in your home and the slabs that you pick, it will look more or less green in your home.  Because of this, I recommend taking a sample home to see if you like the color before committing to it.
Photo: Elle Decor
After the slabs have been quarried and cut oxidation starts to take place.  This is what causes the brown/ rust colors in the slabs.  Some Ubatuba slabs have a lot more brown/ rust coloring than others.
Raven Inside Interior Design contemporary powder room
contemporary powder room design by vancouver interior designer Claudia Leccacorvi

Other names for Verde Ubatuba include: Ubatuba, Green Ubatuba, Ubatuba Gold, Verde Bahia and Verde Ubatuba Gold.
Photo: Daniels Kitchen & Bath
Lavish Luxury contemporary bathroom

Photo: Kitchen Furniture Info
Small & Bright  kitchen
kitchen design by kitchen and bath Julinda Balca-2Go Custom Kitchens Inc.

Verde Ubatuba is available in 2 cm and 3 cm granite slabs.

1 comment:

Webmaster said...

It’s good-looking for Mascarello granite model. I also do like to make this type of kitchen.

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