How to Select the Right Countertops Color?
Selecting the proper countertops color is a very important decision, but sometimes, can be challenging. Numerous granite colors that are available today might seem overwhelming, but at the same time, there are some guidelines that can help make the right decision.
First of all, it is a personal decision, so the ultimate selection of granite, marble, or quartz should truly reflect your style and personality, but of course, taking into the consideration the colors of cabinets and tile is important too. Anyone who has countertop installation in mind for their interior should know that there’s no limit to the effects that can be produced by implementing a nice range of colored natural and engineered stone pieces.
The granite color palette consists of over 300 choices to date. The most popular granite colors are Yellow and Green, with Beige, Brown and Black, Grey and White. Each option is associated with an individual pricing structure that is based on many factors such as the cost of the quarrying of slabs, the cutting and shaping to the specified dimensions, the transporting and installation.
Quartz-based and solid surface countertops also come in a wide variety of colors, hues and particulate sizes, although the range is not as wide as the natural stone one. In pricing terms, they are more uniform and present an affordable alternative to granite.
Professional advice can always be obtained from the Stone Spirit Inc., as we have professionals who have been in the industry for many years and can help you by giving you professional advice. Stone Spirit Inc currently has to offer a wide collection of colors, hues and textures of natural and engineered stone countertops that will be able to meet every taste.
Neutral color or maple cabinets in medium brown can be paired with grey, beige and white granite. Dark brown cabinets can be matched well with green color granites and wide variety of light color granite, as it creates a nice contract and make granite and countertops stand out.
Honey colored cabinets can be complimented by granites such as Bordeaux. There are several shades of Bordeaux.
Cherry stained cabinets go very well with Boreaux, Uba Tuba, and Verde Peacock granites.
For medium to light colored oak cabinets, it might be great to create contrast by choosing granite like Indian Coffee Brown, Tan Brown, Black Pearl, or Silver Pearl.
But if you are not sure what to choose, please, call us any time for a free consultation or stop at our office to view the showroom and wide selection of granite, quartz and other choices for countertops.