Create A Uniform Look For Your Kitchen Island With Book-Matching…



In this blog, I wanted to share a few photos of a project that involved the process of book-matching some countertops. So what exactly is book-matching, you may ask? Book-matching is a process used to create a uniform flow pattern between two pieces that need to be seamed together. The flow of the material from one piece is matched and aligned to another piece to capture similar characteristics, such as veining. The process is used from time to time in various circumstances, such as for larger islands that require more than one slab of stone, or for islands that have side panels, etc.

Let’s take a look at a few photos of a book-matched island from a project we recently fabricated and installed…

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Sea Pearl Quartzite

Notice how the veining lines up in several areas on this island.

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Sea Pearl Quartzite

Notice how the large vein flows beautifully from one piece to the next.

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Sea Pearl Quartzite

A uniform look is perfectly achieved from top to side.

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Sea Pearl Quartzite

This picture shows the island at installation.

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Sea Pearl Quartzite

Beautiful look and island!

If you are interested in book-matching for your countertops, make sure you stop by our showroom. We would love to work with you and help you achieve the perfect look for your island and countertops.

Thanks for reading!

Barb

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Posted in In The Shop, Installations on January 20th, 2015 by Barb | | 0 Comments



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