Granite is a rich and luscious natural stone that can be used in a number of applications, but what makes it really stand out as a favorite choice for kitchen countertops is that it's durable, sustainable and timeless.
In fact, it's this vast number of color and design options could make it difficult to find the right granite color for your kitchen. This guide will help you narrow down your granite color choices.
Alaskan White Granite
Clean and bright, white granite works just as well with in an ultramodern kitchen as it does with a more rustic design. White granite makes smaller kitchens feel bigger.
Sienna Beige Granite
Warmer and more subtle than white, beige granite features brown, grey and black tones. Beige granite is a popular choice because it's versatile and works well with both light and dark cabinets and a variety of appliances.
Tropic Brown Granite
Ranging from light tan to deep, velvety chocolate, brown granite is perfect for a rustic or country-style kitchen. Darker browns work better with lighter cabinets, while lighter browns pair nicely with darker cabinets.
Spectrus black granite
Ranging from nearly solid black to black with specks and veins of silver and grey, black granite is stark and dramatic, and it works well in both contemporary and rustic kitchens.
Blue Pearl Granite
Jewel Toned Granite
Red, green and blue granite kitchen countertops can be strikingly beautiful as your kitchen's centerpiece. Pair jewel toned granite with natural-colored cabinets and neutral walls to avoid too many colors, which can make your kitchen feel busy.