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Besides the size of your slabs, the configuration of your cabinet layout will affect where you seam granite and how many seams you have. A seam is the transition line that forms when two granite tops come together. The void between the tops should be filled with epoxy or polyester glue, colored with pigment to match your granite tops. We hope this answers your question.
We try and match the grain/pattern as best as possible.
Seams are made where the two pieces of stone are put together. The seams are joined with epoxy that is mixed with the color that matches the stone. Then the joined area is smoothened so that only a very thin line is visible.