In this featured project of the week, our team worked with Santa Cecilia Light granite slabs that we directly imported from Brazil. The slabs were customized with a flat edge and installed in a kitchen with light grey walls and white cabinets. A double bowl undermount sink was also installed on one of the counters. All of the surfaces were sealed with Dry-Treat, securing strong protection against stains, scratches, and fading for many years.
Santa Cecilia Light has a creamy landscape color ranging from a light off-white to a light cream undertone. It is made even more beautiful with stunning black mineral deposits of various sizes that are the defining feature of this granite color. You can also see hints of gold, grey, white, and brown minerals, and at times, a few dark red minerals occasionally patterned on its surface. It has a consistent pattern and is extremely versatile.
Santa Cecilia Light is a fan favorite because it possesses a distinctive combination of colors. The colors may vary somewhat under different lighting conditions; when observed under natural sunlight or intense indoor lighting, the gold and creamy tones will be more noticeable and the colorful minerals will seem to sparkle and shine.
Here are some images of the Santa Cecilia Light granite kitchen countertops that we installed for a customer in Gray, GA: