Blue pearl granite contains characteristically opalescent specks of bright blue, silver, lavender, white sometimes even pale green. His motley nature makes it ideal for flooring projects because it tends not to show every day dust and debris as prominent as versions in black and white granite do. Granite is a luxury material and priced as such, but there are many ways to integrate into their designs pearl blue floor.
If you choose to use tiles or slabs it depends heavily on space and your own personal tastes. Foyers and hallways, great rooms with a larger scale, look better with style tile designs, while the smaller, like kitchens, bathrooms and living spaces areas will do well with the tile. Whether you choose to put granite throughout the house or save it for a special room, the options are available. The Blue Pearl can also be repeated in small doses throughout your home. For example, complement a pearl blue floor in the kitchen with a blue pearl granite bathroom on the second floor.
Borders and Accents, Integrate blue pearl granite on your floor design with borders and accents. Not only will it keep costs down, the little touches of blue will also act as the focal point throughout the space. Combine blue pearl with other types of stone such as sandstone, trainer, and slate and other attention-grabbing. Working with a contractor to develop granite tiles in a way that is satisfied with or work with existing forms. Install a pearl blue border around the perimeter of a room with a medallion star burst or compass medallion in the center of balance.