Luna Pearl is one of the more popular types of granite and it is most often used in kitchen countertops. This stone looks light gray and the veining is fairly uniform. In fact, the background of the stone is a stunning white, but the gray mineral deposits throughout the stone create the illusion that all of the countertop is gray. There are also black deposits found throughout the stone. Luna pearl granite can look different based on the lighting conditions. In darker rooms, the stone appear darker while lighter rooms pick up the brilliant white background to make the counter look lighter. In fact, some types of light can make the counter appear to be tan or brown.
Luna pearl with throwback white cabinets in a kitchen can create a country, retro feel. Add brushed nickel fixtures and subway tile to complete the look. For a sleek, modern look, pair luna pearl with raised-panel cabinets of dark wood, a beige tile backsplash and paneled appliances. Luna pearl is also available as a backsplash and it looks stunning with antique white cabinetry, natural wood floors and stainless appliances.