Kashmir Gold

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Original name:
Kashmir Gold

Other name(s) used:
Cashmere Gold, Cinnamon Gold
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
654
Country of origin:
India
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Gold, Red
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Comments:
A sandy yellow granite with some peach/pink patches and burgundy dots.
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COMMENTS:

  • Peter 08:53PM, Sep 17 2013

    April, if you can send some photographs it would be much appreciated and helpful in steering you in the right direction. You may also email me at peterg@marble.com

  • April 08:36PM, Sep 11 2013

    We are building and have picked out crema gold granite for kitchen counters. My husband likes traditional subway style tile for backsplash. The builder standard is travertine beige like stone. Would gray look good? Cabinets are birch colored, floors tan hue tiles.

  • Marble.com - Adrian 04:29PM, Feb 12 2013

    Hi, Sorry for the late response. I like your choice about the kitchen, I think that Kashmir Gold Stone give you a nice and warm contrast. Regards to an appropriate backsplash tile, I recommend a subtle, natural stone tile such as Beige Marble or Cream Travertine. Thanks to such a light colour you will get more light. I hope this works !

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:11PM, Feb 12 2013

    Hello. Do not worry -- you can surely brighten up the kitchen with a light and warm backsplash. I recommend a tumbled natural stone such as Oyster Mix Flamed Travertine or perhaps Ivory Travertine in a 2" x 4" Split-Faced Brick Mosaic. I've attached photos for your easy reference. 

  • Marypjoyce6 07:08PM, Feb 3 2013

    I have cashmere gold granite with magahony cabinets and dark brownish floor, need a back splash but kitchen is feeling too dark and I am nervous about what color?,the kitchen has small island with same colors,not loving the granite,I think I should have gone lighter,any suggestings? seoighe

  • Marble.com - Derek 08:26PM, Feb 18 2012 Seems like you're on the right track. For the backsplash, I suggest options such as 1" x 3" tumbled Noce travertine in a brick pattern, or for a little more depth there are choices such as Capadoccia Glass & Tumbled travertine mosaic. I've attached images for your reference. As far as wall color goes, take a look at BM "Linen White" or a soft, neutral shade along those lines.
  • Terriaull 03:13AM, Feb 17 2012 Thanks Derek. I am very seriously considering Kashmir gold. I put a sample up to my cabinets, which are a fruitwood stained oak, rather than chestnut, as I had previously stated. It looked beautiful. I will probably go with a cream colored ceramic tile floor. Any suggestions for backsplash? Also, a Benjamin Moore wall color. Thanks for your input. I have learned a lot from this site.
  • Marble.com - Derek 03:50PM, Feb 16 2012 Hi there. I like your choices so far, especially Kashmir Gold because it's a soft and subtle grain yet the stone gives off much warmth therefore that is my forefront recommendation. You should look at the slabs in-person to really get a feel for the colors, and bring samples home with you to put against the cabinets in the kitchen light to see how you enjoy the various combinations. Good luck!
  • Terriaull 04:01AM, Feb 11 2012 I am just beginning the process of updating kitchen with new flooring, granite counters and paint. So far the colors that have really appealed to me are Lapidus, Kasmir Gold, Madura Gold and Colonel Gold.  I will be keeping the same cabinets.....oak cabinets that are stained a chestnut color.  The grain is fairly busy on the cabinets, so I don't want to pick something that is too busy.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  • Marble.com - Derek 08:56PM, Feb 10 2012 Kinga's suggestions are wonderful, but I'll just give some food for thought. Have you considered using a glass tile? For example this beige/creme iridescent tile could look very nice in your bathroom design.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:22PM, Feb 10 2012 Check out Esq Bengali Beige Mosaic Brick, Bucaro Bianco and Blend Rectangles Mosaic. I feel these suggestions contain the colors you are looking for which will compliment your space well. Let me know what you think!
  • Arch 08:34PM, Feb 6 2012 I will be posting in cherry cabinet and Kashmir Gold vanity top. I am confused regarding what color porcelain tiles will look good with them. Want something light, since the bathroom doesn't get any natural light. Nothing too gold or yellow.
  • Marble.com - Derek 07:09PM, Feb 1 2012 Kinga's suggestions are great. I'd recommend an Onyx Light Ivory travertine tile, perhaps in an 18" x 18" size. I've attached an image for your reference.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 05:13PM, Jan 31 2012 Check out Luminor Bianco Mosaic, Bucaro Grigio Blu and Anatolia Carisma Grigio. I like the colors in these tiles because they will showcase your cabinets and granite while avoiding the colors you do not like.
  • Lorelikow 01:32PM, Jan 29 2012 i went with kasmir gold coutners - look great -- bu tnow cant figure the floors -- all look to brown, pinkish, beige - getting rid of wood, need a change -- the cabinets are cream with the coffee glaze -- center island cainbet is dark chocolate stain --  help!!
  • Marble.com - Derek 08:06PM, Jan 17 2012 Our newest shipment of Kashmir Gold (ID:654) is very interesting, and it's a happy medium in color tone to compliment maple cabinetry quite nicely. The Santa Cecilia is a class and timeless choice that you cannot go wrong with based on your design elements, and it will add warmth to your kitchen. Another option you can consider is Giallo Napoleone. Hope this helps!
  • Saber 01:28AM, Jan 14 2012 I have very natural finish maple cabinets with white appliances. The walls are a burnt orange/terra cotta color. All trim/crown is white. I am putting in granite counters and would like opinion on Gold Kashmire VS Santa Cecilia Vs ?? thanks
  • Marble.com - Derek 07:42PM, Dec 13 2011 I recommend a tumbled Rhine travertine backsplash or a light 1" x 2" sized split-face travertine mosaic. I've attached images for your reference and viewing ease.
  • Linda 09:15PM, Dec 9 2011 I just installed new cherry cedar stained cabinets and Kashnir gold granite. What type of backsplash will look best in my new kitchen?
  • Marble.com - Kinga 09:05PM, Nov 8 2011 Check out Marazzi Crystal Stone Gold. I think it would look stunning against both stones!
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:50PM, Nov 4 2011 I'd use a modern backsplash tile such as Bianco brick glass mosaic to complete the look. I've attached an image for your reference.
  • Kathykimball2 06:16PM, Nov 1 2011 I am putting in maple cabinets.  Leaning towards just a clear coat or slight light stain.  The floor is cherry wood-look porclean tiles.  I like Kashir Gold granite, but love the Classic Quartz gemstone.  What type of full backsplash would look good for the granite and the quartz?  All the appliances are stainless, the refrig being the over-sized 4-drawer type.
  • Marble.com - Derek 06:48PM, Oct 27 2011 How about a Honey Onyx polished mosaic? I've attached an image for your reference. You can also use a timeless and classic subway tile, or a bianco brick glass tile (also attached).
  • Marble.com - Kinga 02:05PM, Oct 26 2011 Have you considered using a white or tan subway tile? It would give your backsplash a clean and airy feel without overpowering the space. Daltile Glass Pebbles from SouthCypress used as a decorative border would give the backsplash an interesting look. Let me know what you think!
  • Ashleyelizabethjackson 03:10AM, Oct 26 2011 Hello! Have Kashmir gold counter with Benjamin Moore mannequin cream on cabinets and BM autumn gold on walls with Burma teak floor and oil rubbed bronze fixtures. Need recommendations for backsplash color? (do not want travertine) thanks!!!!
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:56PM, Aug 31 2011 'Rhine' and 'Chablis' travertine are also great options, it's best for you to look at the choices in-person to make a final decision, and bring samples home if possible. Good luck!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:06PM, Aug 24 2011 Consider using light noce travertine or durango tumbled travertine. Durango ivory porcelain tile is also a great option.
  • ester 11:00PM, Aug 21 2011 can you suggest complementing nature stone (e.g. travertine color) and/or porcelain tile colors that would go with this top & cherry bathroom vanity.
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:05PM, Jun 23 2011 You're welcome! :)
  • Diana 03:42PM, Jun 23 2011 THANKS SO MUCH!!!
  • Marble.com - Derek 03:38PM, Jun 23 2011 Kashmir Gold is a warm choice that would compliment the cherry colored cabinetry and pick up the copper flecks in the stunning Black Galaxy tiles. Another option could be Golden Rock, but may be a tad too dark.
  • Diana 03:13PM, Jun 23 2011 Correction, our floors are Black Galaxy. Please assist with a recommendation for countertops.
  • Diana 02:45PM, Jun 23 2011 Hi, We have an absolute galaxy granite tiled floor + we are installing Pacifica cherry mahogany cabinets. Would Kashmir Gold work? Any other options you would recommend? Because the kitchen is so dark, we want something lighter but the granite should marry the red of the cabinets with the black in the floor...or pehaps I am wrong...what would you recommend? We have no clue!
  • All Granite and Marble 02:02PM, Jun 3 2011 Unfortunately we only service eastern Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
  • Dmrak 07:40PM, Jun 2 2011 I would like Kashmir Gold from Lot 9223. I am located in Pittsburgh and cannot find it available. Can you help me?
  • JoAnne 04:26PM, May 24 2011 What group does Kashmir Gold fall into for pricing?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:45AM, May 25 2011 JoAnne: Kashmir Gold is a Double Blue stone.
  • merry 11:03AM, Apr 24 2011 I like the backsplash in image #2. what tile is that ? Thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 01:10PM, Apr 25 2011 Merry: Unfortunately we do not have information on the backsplash tiles, just the countertop itself. My guess is that it's a travertine tile.
  • Samantha 08:50PM, Apr 23 2011 I have a small room with a U Shaped bar (alot of counter). The cabinets are Maple with a Ginger Stain and Pewter Glaze. The room gets very little natural light. It has no windows, but does have sliders to a covered porch. I want to be able to use brown/beige and marine blue in the room. While I like the Key West Gold, I am wondering if I should go lighter (I definitely don't want to go darker). Do you any suggestions?
    • All Granite and Marble 12:54PM, Apr 25 2011 Samantha: I agree that a color in a lighter and warmer should would be appropriate for your design. My recommendations Giallo Napoleone and New Venetian Gold.
  • Pamela 08:00PM, Apr 11 2011 We have medium oak cabinets and green painted walls. Am looking for granite countertops- would Kashmir gold look ok with these colors?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:42AM, Apr 12 2011 Pamela: The Kashmir Gold is a warm match to the oak cabinets, but I'd use something a little darker. My recommendations are Baltic Brown, Arandis Chocolate, or Amba Gold.
  • Guest 01:15PM, Mar 24 2011 Getting Kashmir gold countertops and island, debating whether to include a backsplash of same material. Is this normally done or should I look at a matching tile to go on the wall? Is it normal to use a small ogee ion the island and a 5/8 rounded on the counter? Thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 08:58AM, Mar 29 2011 Guest: You can use Kasmir Gold as a full backsplash material, I think it would look really nice. What color are your cabinets? Also it's not weird to use a fancier edge on the island and a simpler edge on the perimeter, so go for it!
  • Susan 08:29PM, Mar 19 2011 We have reddish brown colored cherry cabinets and are looking for granite countertop. We are trying to make a decision among Kasmire Gold, Ivory Brown and Incas Gold. What would you recommend? Any other suggestions? Thanks a lot.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:26AM, Mar 21 2011 Susan: I'm leaning towards The Kashmir Gold. It's a warm choice and looks gorgeous against cherry wood.
  • tomc 06:00PM, Feb 11 2011 doing 38 apartments with 3cm Kasmire Gold w/full bullnose. what is a good price for the material per sq ft? approx 2000 sq ft of surface
    • All Granite and Marble 10:49AM, Feb 14 2011 Tomc: For pricing, please contact our sales office.
  • mike 09:53PM, Feb 1 2011 We are in the middle of a face of our kitchen. We painted our cabinets white, got all stainless appl. We looked at Kashmir gold to be installed. Would you recommend this color?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:48AM, Feb 2 2011 Mike: Absolutely! The Kashmir Gold is a classic and timeless choice, and will look very warm against your white cabinet color, go for it!
  • Anna 04:02PM, Jan 28 2011 What color granite should be used for Black Walnut cabinets(2 tone) with a natural sealer? We will alsohave oak flooring.
    • All Granite and Marble 01:08PM, Jan 31 2011 Anna: Some excellent suggestions for you are Astoria, Amba Gold, and Santa Ceciila. Let me know what you think of these.
  • Mike 12:26AM, Jan 20 2011 I have mocha colored maple cabinets and a slate look porcelain tile floor. We are considering Kashmir Gold to bring the warmth out in some of the multi colored floor tile and lighten the feel of the kitchen. We are also considering Ubatuba, but are concerned about it darkening the not so large kitchen. Thoughts?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:23AM, Jan 20 2011 Mike: If your kitchen is smaller and does not receive an ample amount of natural light, then I recommend to use the lighter Kashmir Gold to bring out the warmth in your design.
  • Rasika 03:45AM, Jan 14 2011 Thanks for the suggestion! Any other granites that you would think would look nice with full back splash for our auburn glazed maple cabinets? Thanks again!
    • All Granite and Marble 08:28AM, Jan 14 2011 Rasika: Absolutely! Some darker choices are Butterfly Antique, Imperial Coffee, Cosmic Black. For lighter options, please take a look at Santa Cecilia Real, Astoria, Colonial Gold. Let me know what you think of these.
  • Vicki 12:49PM, Jan 12 2011 Getting Washington cherry cabinets, black appliances in a small kitchen. I am planning on using copper accents collected over the years. I have not picked the flloor yet. Suggestions on a light granite ?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:51AM, Jan 13 2011 Vicki: The Kashmir Gold pictured on this page is a wonderful choice to go against cherry wood. Some other options are: Santa Cecilia Light and Amba Gold.
  • Rasika 04:27AM, Jan 11 2011 I have Auburn glazed maple cabinet and am debating between Kashmir Gold or Ubatuba for the granite. I will also be doing a full granite backsplash..which of the two would look nicer?? Thanks!!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:37AM, Jan 11 2011 Rasika: I'm leaning towards the Ubatuba to offset the auburn glaze. As a plus the stone will look gorgeous used as a full backsplash.
  • Lynn 07:41PM, Dec 31 2010 We have honey oak cabinets. is Kashmir gold a good choice? Or Madura Gold? Or colonial gold?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:28AM, Jan 3 2011 Lynn: I'm leaning towards Colonial Gold. You do not want too much yellow tones against your honey oak cabinetry.
  • Janine 01:24PM, Nov 3 2010 We are considering Kashmir Gold - what is the best shade tumbled travertine to match for backsplash?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:43AM, Nov 5 2010 Janine: I recommend to look at Mocha travertine and perhaps Jerusalem Gold limestone as backsplash materials.
  • Mary 07:12PM, Aug 18 2010 I have medium oak cabinets. Do you think Kashmir Gold will go with them?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:14AM, Aug 19 2010 Mary: Yes. It's a warm and bright set-up.
  • Anna 05:34PM, May 30 2010 Hi, I have maghonany coloured cabinets with tumbled travetine backsplash. My floor tile has a very slight tinge of pinkish orange. Which granite goes better, Madura Gold or Kashmir Gold Thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 09:48AM, Jun 1 2010 Anna: I'm leaning towards Kashmir Gold. It has less orange hues and will offset the mahogany cabinets nicely.
  • mike 07:11PM, May 6 2010 what is the price per sqft?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:33AM, May 7 2010 mike: For pricing please contact the sales office.
  • Stephanie 04:33PM, Mar 31 2010 Thanks....but I meant to ask about Colonial Gold and Kashmir Gold. I am still hoping you will say Colonial Gold though. Are both in the same approx. price range?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:39PM, Mar 31 2010 Stephanie: For pricing please contact the sales office. And I'm still leaning towards Colonial Gold, the brown veining will highlight your cabinets and the white will contrast nicely. And it will not look orange like the Kashmir Gold.
  • Stephanie 01:12PM, Mar 31 2010 I have hazelnut maple cabinets with a black glaze. I am deciding between Colonial Gold (beige/gold with dark brown spleckles that match the cabs) or Madura Gold (darker granite). What do you think would be better? I am looking for a traditional look. Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 02:56PM, Mar 31 2010 Stephanie: Colonial Gold.
  • Fran 10:09AM, Mar 25 2010 We have ivory cream cabs w/bronze glaze, red oak floors and a cherry island (chestnut finish). Trying to find granite that pulls in both without overwhelming the room (ie not too orange). I ahve seen this stone look amazing in pics, but in person alot of pink and peach. Why is that..is it more a white stone w/gold or white stone w/peach streaks.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:40AM, Mar 25 2010 Fran: Each delivery looks different. This stone has a light golden/yellow tone, not much peach.
  • Bernadine 08:46AM, Mar 11 2010 I'm doing a total rehab of my small L-shaped kitchen. I picked steinless steel appliances and cognac colored (dark amber) maple shaker cabinets and island. I'm thinking of Cashmere Gold, New Venitian Gold, Santa Cecilia and Giallo Vincencia for the countertop and 4" backsplash. Which one will be a good choice? What color of wall and hardwood floor will be good to match to have a contemporary look kitchen. Thank you.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:02AM, Mar 12 2010 Bernadine: I'm leaning towards the Kashmir Gold, it has more movement that will bring the kitchen to life and will compliment the cognac colored cabinets nicely.
  • Rita 01:04PM, Dec 12 2009 I have medium dark cabinets, beige floor tiles, light brown walls. Suggestions for countertops? Have looked at Kashmir Gold, Sapphire Blue.
    • All Granite and Marble 02:44PM, Dec 12 2009 Rita: Perhaps Santa Cecilia for a country-look.
  • jill 12:48PM, Nov 17 2009 Thanks for answering...So rather than plaster white I'm thinking (of the million shades) a chalk white. Is it better to blend the floor (since it's a lot of color, and runs through the house) and countertops? Would a chocolate top,(Say Emperador or Platinum bahia)with softly glazed white cabinets be too busy with the 3rd color entry of the saltillo floor. Or..would the pastel saltillos just blend into the background, possibly use a similar color on the tiny bit of wall left. And the 3rd option as discussed, would it be more elegant to have the countertops and tumbled onyx which are the same color family match the floor with the white version of cabinets between to break it up. Don't want it to be monotonous. thanks again!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:48AM, Nov 18 2009 jill: You want to compliment the floor and contrast the cabinets with your granite. That is the usual set-up. The Platinum Bahia would look nice and not be too busy, the Emperador Dark is however marble, and not recommended for a kitchen setting.
  • Jill 05:19PM, Nov 16 2009 Love love love your site! I think you need a branch on the west coast... Ok, here's the dilemma: Must stay, soft pastel saltillo (works with French Cty/Tuscany etc). Changing: the 90's bleached oak to a white/glazed cabinet. Love the Something's gotta give lok but need it softened a bit to go with the rest of the house. Looking at Kashmir Gold and the sample I have is very soft peaches and yellows with gray and brown speckles. Backsplash - tumbled onyx "Lumina" non glossy finish with all the same colors in the subway shape. The Kashmir gold (who really knows it's real name here) is identical to the pastel saltillo floor. Will the glazed white cabinets work? Or should I keep them very white (chalk white, not plasterboard white)...with Oil rubbed bronze hardware for a more relaxed look. going for elegant but not stuffy. I started out wanting a chocolate countertop with white kitchen.. Ideas? I have read all comments on all 250 pics fabulous!
    • All Granite and Marble 09:02AM, Nov 17 2009 Jill : Very white cabinets will create more contrast which is ideal, while the granite and floor will compliment each other beautifully.
  • Jeff 12:05PM, Oct 5 2009 I have been to several granite fabricators and they price the granite by "level"; the higher the level the greater $$/ft. Is there a difference in the quality of granite, or is this more a factor of supply/demand? I like the Kashmir Gold (higher Level), so is this considered a better grade of granite over say St. Cecelia?
    • All Granite and Marble 05:17PM, Oct 5 2009 Jeff: With us it is the supply and demand factor, other places I don't know. The rarity of our stones makes the price go up, they are all the same quality
  • valerie 10:50PM, Aug 31 2009 We have brown walnut cabinets, "tuscan red" walls, stainless steel appliances. Can you suggest a granite countertop?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:19AM, Sep 1 2009 valerie: If you like greens check out Jade Green, the burgundy speckling would compliment the walls and cabinets -- or lighter like Santa Cecilia.
  • Jo 10:08AM, Jul 31 2009 Would this Kashimir gold stone work with maple cabinets that have a brown finish almost cinnamon color
    • All Granite and Marble 10:12AM, Jul 31 2009 Jo: Absolutely!
  • karen R 04:27PM, Jul 26 2009 Hello, we have picked out a creamy light colored kashmir gold slab for our countertops with hardly no peach but more silver grey veining and LOTS of mica chips. We have Canvas cabinets and Special Walnut stain on oak floors. Can you recommend a backsplash?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:33AM, Jul 27 2009 karen R: I would do Mosaic tile backsplash.
  • Kristy 12:40PM, Mar 11 2009 I have Natural Oak cabinets with a light cream floor. Are my oak cabinets too country/casual to use Golden Beach or Kashmir gold? All patterned granite seems to fights with the grain. Can you make suggestions.
    • All Granite and Marble 01:13PM, Mar 12 2009 Kristy: Try to move away from the color of the cabinets. That should help a lot.
  • Debbie 05:09PM, Jan 26 2008 Kashmair Gold and Juperana Sierra are the same stone.
  • Ned 09:23AM, Jan 16 2008 Have you heard of a stone called Juperana Sierra? Is it the same as Kashmir Gold
    • All Granite and Marble 09:56AM, Jan 16 2008 Ned: I haven't heard that name, but as I always say, it's certainly possible that the two names are the same stone.
  • nina 05:17PM, Jul 24 2007 i love the combination of kashmir gold countertop with the cabinets shown in the picture. Can you tell what kind of cabinets these are? The combination is just what I'm looking for
    • All Granite and Marble 01:48PM, Jul 25 2007 nina: Unfortunately I don't know what is the name of that particular style or color of those cabinets. We fabricated the countertops only.
  • Linda K 11:07PM, Jul 13 2007 I like this for our white cabinets
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