Baltic Brown (Granite)

Granite, Balintawak, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, Counter Top, Kitchen, Natural

Baltic Brown provides an unusual and hard-wearing kitchen surface, perfect for the more traditional interior. The colors of this eye-catching stone range from light milky brown to rich dark chocolate, interlaced with black circular mottled patterns which give it an intricate natural detailing.

Granite, Balintawak, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, Counter Top, Kitchen, Natural

This earth-tone granite complements well with dark brown cabinetry. It matches with textures and shades of natural wooden cabinets and drawers.

Granite, Balintawak, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, Counter Top, Kitchen, Natural

Like all other granites, Baltic Brown is durable and long-lasting. It can withstand very high temperatures. In addition, it resists chipping and scratching. When properly sealed, it won’t absorb liquids like wine and juice. And because it is a natural stone, every piece is truly unique.

Baltic Brown is quarried from the bedrocks of Southern Finland. It is part of a larger group of stone called Rapakivi granite. The term “rapakivi” translates to “crumbled stone” in Finnish.

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