10 of The Most Popular Granite Stone Colours
If you have opted for granite stone for your new kitchen or bathroom worktop, you’ve chosen a very durable and strong stone. Congratulations! The benefits are going to be great.
If you’re not too sure at this point, these are the advantages of granite stone:
- A very strong stone;
- Highly heat resistant;
- Available in countless colours, patterns, and finishes;
- Readily available on the market;
- Very attractive;
Now we know why you should choose granite, let’s check out ten of the best colours to opt for.
- African red – This relatively bright red base colour is decorated with flecks and large clusters of light grey, dark grey, and even black hues. When combined with black, white, or grey, this is a beautiful mixture.
- Andromeda white – If you’re a little scared of regular white, this is a great idea, as it is toned down by grey and slightly purple flecks, with grey lines running across it. You could easily combine this particular option with grey, black, white, or even purple cabinets!
- Angola black – The pattern running through this choice is really beautiful. The base colour is black, but the overtones are symmetrical and patterned in such a way that draws the eye in. The colours on top are white, darker black, and light grey.
- Angola blue – Wanting something a little astronomical? This is the perfect choice! The base colour is a dark blue but the pattern on top is a lighter blue, black, and silver, almost glittering.
- Antique brown – Perfect for fans of earthy colours, this particular shade has larger flecks running across the surface, and would look fantastic with any other neutral colour as a pair.
- Arctic cream – This is certainly a colour which is a little different, because instead of having flecks, this has lines, almost etchings, which are in a black or dark blue colour. When coupled with black or grey, this colour really pops.
- Baltic brown – The pattern on this shade looks like roses or cut trees, depending on how you look at it! This certainly sets it apart as something unusual, with a base colour of black, and varying shades of brown over the top of it.
- Bianco crystal – This is another colour which is ideal for those who may be a little worried about going all white. The undertone is certainly a bright white shade, but the top is covered in flecks, almost like a salt and pepper pattern, in dark blue, grey, and black dots.
- Black fusion – This is a very unusual but very popular shade to go for. Whilst the base is black, the top section is almost like a volcanic explosion! Ideal for plain kitchens, because this particular choice is very ‘busy’ in terms of the pattern.
- Blue butterfly – A mixture of black, blue, and grey, the black base colour is accented by large, almost bubble patterns of blue and grey. The blue is quite bright, so again, this would look great with plain décor kitchens.
With any shade, be sure to check it out in person before you make your final decision. Granite shades are all wonderful, but they do differ according to the light; whether we are talking about natural light or artificial light, there may be a slight difference that you need to take into account before you make your final decision.