How Much Does Luna Pearl Granite Cost Per Square Foot?
Luna Pearl Granite is an excellent choice for customers who need a high-quality granite with an elegant design and supreme durability at a cheap price tag. It has small intricate uniform patterning and is made up of mostly white and grey. The average price per square foot for Luna Pearl Granite will be between $40-50 depending on your location It is suitable for both residential and commercial use with multiple applications on walls, backsplash, and kitchen or bathroom countertops. Luna Pearl will typically be included in granite fabricators level 1 granite countertop cost selections and will be an option at most stone shops at their promotional price.
Why Choose Luna Pearl Granite?
Luna Pearl is one of the cheapest granite colors available. If the price is what’s most important than this natural stone makes a terrific choice for larger projects like a kitchen countertop. If you happen to be in the precarious position of not having the time or opportunity to view slabs in person than Luna Pearl Granite also makes a practical choice. There is not much variation in this stone from slab to slab. In my opinion, Luna Pearl is solid, not spectacular but when facing the choice of choosing between a premium laminate countertop or a low-level granite such as Luna Pearl it’s a no brainer. Granite’s durability tips the scales heavily in its favor. Luna Pearl appearance features small intricate specks and extremely uniform patterning. The prominent colors being white, black and grey.
You might also like some of these similar granite colors; Giallo Ornamental Granite, Silver Pearl Granite, Santa Cecilia Granite, Blue Pearl Granite.
Luna Pearl Granite is quarried in Spain.
What Cabinets Match Best with Luna Pearl?
The most popular cabinet color to pair with Luna Pearl Granite is undoubtedly white. Of course, there are some other great choices, like black, grey or dark wood stained cabinets such as mahogany. In my opinion oak in cherry cabinets are less desirable options. The image below shows off the appeal of pairing Luna Pearl Granite with white cabinets, gold accents, and an arabesque tile backsplash.