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You can't go wrong with either. They are both in my mind comparable products at the high end of the options available. The differences between them aren't significant enough to fret over. If there is a Silestone pattern that she likes, then go for it. Keep in mind there are many other comparable quartz products (Cambria, Hanstone, Zodiaq, to name a few) if none of the Silestone patterns/colors jump out as "that's the one". Tim
they do ship...but since granite is big and heavy shipping to you might be a pricey way to go. Check out some of your local Mom and Pop type tile centers...see if they have a source or two for
As far as the how to...many Home Depots have weekend "tile" clinics on Saturdays that and a good tile book will give you the basics...from there you will need to get your hands dirty. Renting a good quality wet tile saw with a sliding head or bench will allow you to make the needed cuts in these bigger tiles. My tile saw cost about $1000 which is beyond what a DIY fan can afford for a small project....I got my saw years ago and it has severed me well for dozens of projects