6 Eye Popping Granites for your Kitchen Countertops

6 Eye Popping Granites for your Kitchen Countertops


souvikchowdhur…

Updated on 2018-10-14

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Granites have timelessly been the best companion for a kitchen design as it has all the benefits of luxurious and sturdy kitchens. They are beneficially apt for countertops because of their durability and the overall texture they render. They are also visually flexible as they come in a variety of textures, colors, and finishes to complement any kind of kitchen decor.

Apart from the fact they are visually appealing, granite is also a very strong and resistant stone and hence serves the purpose rightfully. It is scratch and stain resistant and does not easily go through wear and tear. Here are a few varieties of granite countertops that make a statement and seamlessly blends into your kitchen. 

Best Countertops - Polished

A shiny and sparkling countertop is what everyone sees in the magazines and desires to have it in their own kitchen. The basic polishing and buffing of this natural stone can increase the glamour quotient to a high extent. The crystals are highlighted and the color appears much richer on a polished surface. It gives a mirror finished look that can brighten up your kitchen very easily. The best part of a polished countertop is that it can be re-polished and glossed back if it gets dull with use.

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Black Granite Countertops - Honed/ Matte Finished

Many users prefer matte over glossy when it comes to surface finishing. The honed finish looks more subtle and modern. It does not have the glossiness and is not reflective. The matte finish brings out a rather classy feel to a kitchen instead of a shiny and glamorous look. They look great when paired with high gloss cabinets or tiles. Make sure to combine it with rustic light fixtures for a picture-perfect look!

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Absolute Black Granite - The All Black

Black is the color for all occasions. It perfectly defines posh-ness and luxury. Absolute black is the color for your countertop if you want your kitchen to portray a sleek and classy look. Paired with white or wooden finished cabinets it brings in a bit of drama to the traditional setting. Polished or matte, black granite countertops in black and white kitchen designs can glam up your kitchen very easily.

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Bianco Romano Granite

It is basically white granite with textured grains of black and grey. These are not heavily patterned but the veins of grey run along the white bedrock making it very elegant to look at. It works best with a full white décor and a warm ambiance. Quarried from Brazil, this stone strongly resembles marble. Not every slab looks the same and the pattern differs from one to the other. Some may have spots of red which give it a unique character.

bianco romano granite

Countertop Ideas -Typhoon Bordeaux

This is a variant of granite that comes in several tones like cream, beige, brown and brick red. The crystals are very dispersed in this variety forming high-density veining or waves. It brings out a great amount of warmth to the interiors and appears very earthy. The striking pattern and rich color combination make it exquisite and an art piece in itself. The Typhoon Bordeaux definitely belongs to the designer kitchen.

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Jewel Toned Countertop

This category of granite is exotic and is defined by a striking appearance. They have several colors induced in them and form rich patterns to give an oriental touch to the kitchens. They are found in rarity and are eye-catching enough to stand out as a feature in itself in your kitchen. Selecting this for your kitchen decor is a bold choice and can never be a fail.

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Pure White Countertop

The color of purity, white brings about an entirely different vibe to your kitchen design. It is specially used in small kitchens to make it look larger than they are. It also brightens up the space. The white color is also very flexible as it complements anything very easily. Whether you want a pop of bright colors for your cabinets or the classic wooden ones, white will suit every design combination.

white countertop

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