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Choosing a countertop for your home or your new kitchen is quite a big deal. Many are the times when you will find yourself spoilt of choice when it comes to choosing what you really want. There are numerous considerations to make before choosing a countertop. You will need to know the colour, edge detail, pricing etc. when you are done thinking about the countertop, you find yourself thinking about the cabinet and other fittings.
Granite has plenty of benefits and is the most popular countertop material. It is loved since it is natural and has some beautiful earthly colours that go a long way to adding complexity and simplicity (ironically at the same time) into your home. When you visit any dealer, it is evident that there are a few favourites. These favourites are popular because of colour, movement and flexibility in complementing the different cabinet styles.
If you want the classic kitchen, then this is it. Homeowners love using Bianco Romano with painted cabinet walls and doors. This granite style works perfectly with white cabinets and cabinets with warm colours or beige. For other fittings, nickel or oil-rubbed-bronze hardware will go perfectly well with this stone. It is available in the following colours; white, cream, grey and a deep Bordeaux. Given the warm white, grey and beige palette, this granite goes well with stain-grade cabinets. I have seen it work well with medium oak and walnut.
If you truly love nature, then this is it. The shade of green is truly inviting and spells nature. The granite is just amazing, even with painted cabinets. The brown and grey undertones remove all the limitations for your cabinet. The outstanding feature of this stone is the asymmetrical looking natural markings that appear geometrically perfect. This type of granite is best looking when polished. We recommend this granite if you want to have an earthly feel in your kitchen or home. It will look great with satin nickel hardware and painted cabinets.
There are great markings in the stone that look almost geometric to me. This granite works with painted cabinets and satin nickel hardware. I prefer this stone when it is polished.
This is an ocean themed granite. If you want to create an ocean palette throughout your home or kitchen, then this is the place you should be starting. This granite lies somewhere between green and blue the intensity will vary depending on the batch. The green-blue colour of the granite performs perfectly with nickel hardware and sandy white fixtures and cabinets. If you want to achieve a warmer look, Costa Esmeralda will give you that when you combine it with stain-grade cabinets. It will appear more heavenly in a room with bright sunlight.
Are you a classics fan? This is your ultimate classic look kitchen granite. Absolute black granite with white cabinets is the ultimate classic kitchen look. This granite also pairs perfectly with many other colours with fixtures made of nickel, pure chrome and oil-bronze completing the perfect hardware combination.
Typhoon Bordeaux comes in cream, brown, grey, or brick red. It is the perfect choice for a light kitchen with red undertones in the flooring or ceiling. The shades on this granite vary widely depending on the batch, from subtle brick-red veining to strong waves of brick red. We have seen it look outstanding in beige or cream cabinets for a warm, light-filled kitchen.