Granite Kitchen Countertops Colors Ideas

Dec 5th

Granite kitchen countertops are a great investment. Numerous colors are optional and there are a variety of ideas in how to do kitchen with granite. There are many pictures that show different great ideas related to granite countertops both for bathroom and kitchen. Granite colors take place here. You can play with available colors of granite to compliment cabinets as well as backsplash.

Tan Brown Granite Kitchen Countertops

From lighter to darker colors of granite, you can decide which to choose based on color of your cabinets. Cherry, oak and maple wood cabinets are always looking great with granite as countertops and island bar top. Lowes is where you can find best granite colors range from $60 to $120 a square foot installed.

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Small kitchens with white cabinets look elegant with white granite and steel grey colors. This is meant to create spacious illusion. If you do not mind with space, then choosing darker one will be cool. Gold or new Venetian gold could be a very good choice. These two granite colors will not create too dark atmosphere.

Darker granite colors like tan brown and even black are available. If you choose to have one of these two, then make sure to provide more lighting sources. You do not want uncomfortable kitchen works because of dark granite colors. Valances for window are recommended to allow more natural lights.