Shivakashi Pink

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Original name:
Shivakashi Pink

Other name(s) used:
Shivakashi, Sivakasi, Shivakashi Yellow
Material:
granite

Internet ID:
980
Country of origin:
India
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Brown, Gold, Red
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Comments:
This stone contains small salmon patches with a light cream/beige background complemented with some burgundy streaks.
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Shivakashi Pink Photo
Shivakashi Pink Photo

COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Peter 02:47PM, Dec 3 2013

    Mugdha,

    You got it, go for something in the Brown, Gold, Red, or White tones.

  • Mugdha 08:25PM, Dec 2 2013

    due to high price. I am thinking of some thing in glass tiles and maybe a mural in warm tone at the center. will it look god , Please advise.

  • Marble.com - Peter 08:13PM, Dec 2 2013

    Hi Mugdha,

    Excellent choice, why not go with a Shivakashi backsplash as well?

  • Mugdha 07:35PM, Dec 2 2013

    Hi

    I have dark cherry bordeaux cabinets and looking for granite. I am thinking of shivakashi pink granite. will it look good? My floore is gunstock hardwood. Also please suggest backsplash for the same

  • Ben 06:40PM, Aug 25 2013

    I would like some suggestions for paint color. Cabinet color is a autumn harvest, almost cherry looking, with shivakashi countertop and Mediterranean ivory travertine subway tiles. Flooring is wood oak with tones of brown, yellow and orange. Any idea what a a good compliment paint color would be?

    Thanks for your help

  • Peter 12:51PM, Jun 25 2013

    For a dramatic look using the shiva pink granite for a full backsplash would be superb, otherwise, anything in the white, pink, or reddish tones would work well.

  • Royce 01:54AM, Jun 25 2013

    What color tile backsplash do you suggest for shiva pink granite? Thanks!

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:36PM, Feb 12 2013

    Hello. Adrian made a wonderful recommendation. I would also suggest to consider a tumbled natural stone as well, such as Baja Durango Mexican Travertine. I've attached a photo for your reference. Best of luck!

  • Dors7 01:25AM, Feb 12 2013

    Thank you.

  • Marble.com - Adrian 07:38PM, Feb 11 2013

    Hi. Please accept my depest apologies for the delay in replying. I think that with cherry cabinets and orange walls will fit up neutral light color like a Cream Travertina or Beige Marble, which are in the attachment. I hope it helps!

  • Dors7 03:55AM, Feb 5 2013

    I have shiva pink countertops, a light beige colored floor, and mustard with hues of orange colored walls, and cherry cabinets.  What type and color of backsplash would you recommend?

  • Marble.com - Derek 06:58PM, Dec 20 2012

    Hello Nino. Well, the Shivakashi Pink variety has pink highlights in it as in the pictures featured on this page. However, there are other variations of the Shivakashi granite with less pink, so what counts is what the particular fabricator carries when you see the stone in-person. Another option I would recommend to consider is called Ivory Fantasy. In regard to availability, we do not offer tiled countertops, we have slabs in-stock and we fabricate them into countertops. For example, we have the Shivakashi Pink slabs in-stock at our Ridgefield Park NJ and Danbury CT locations: www.marble.com/locations We offer free samples at these facilities as well. Hope this helps!

  • Nino Leone 07:17PM, Dec 19 2012

    Just went to a store that had shavishakasi with beautiful movements and pigments of blush and rust. My floors are dakota mahogony with rusty orange, black streaks. At the moment I have the same tiles on my counterstop and large penisula with mahogony grout. I cant find a light granite with light blush soft movements. would the shavikashi be too busy.cabinet and wood work,walls, blush..read your description of you shavishaki and it always mentions pink. we didnt see pink in it at the store. Is there a way I can purchase a 12" sq. tile somewhere to bring home to try?I live in Hartford county,ct..
    is there a retailer that might carry this tile

  • Marble.com - Derek 01:40PM, Jul 5 2012

    If you enjoy the pinkish hues and highlights in the Shivakashi, then go for it! The stone is light enough to offset the dark island beautifully while providing a nice complement to the perimeter cabinetry.

  • Rozzie55 11:14PM, Jun 26 2012

    i picked antique white cabinets and for the island a brown/black cabinets would shiva kashi be a good match....it has a lot of pink in the background of the granite.

    roz

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:47PM, Jun 22 2012

    There are many great porcelain tile options to choose from. I'd use a rustic, deep brown color shade for the tile to offset the lighter elements of the design so far. I recommend Mohawk Terrebella Moss-Russet Porcelain tile or American Olean Kendall Slate in Carlisle Black. I've attached photos for your reference. Good luck!

  • Pam 11:12PM, Jun 19 2012

    Definitely tile floor

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:45PM, Jun 19 2012

    Well, let's start with a coordinating backsplash. I recommend a warm tumbled natural tile, such as travertine or marble. Medditerranean Ivory travertine or Crema Marfil marble could be appropriate. For a more interesting option you can use a mosaic such as Capadoccia Glass & tumbled stone mix. In regard to wall paint, try Benjamin Moore line Barely Beige or Linen White. For flooring, as you leaning toward a hardwood floor or tiles?

  • Pam 02:10PM, Jun 14 2012

    I have honey maple cabinets, Shivakashi granite counters (that is more beige than pink) and not a lot of natural light. Can you recommend flooring, backsplash, and paint?

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:48PM, Jan 10 2012 You should look at both granite options in-person in slab form and make the final decision this way. Also bringing samples home of the choices to put against your cabinets in the kitchen light would be quite helpful. I also feel that the Shivakashi Pink could be the more appropriate choice for your galley design. Good luck!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 01:13PM, Jan 9 2012 I’m leaning toward the Shivakashi Pink for your setup as the stone is rich, warm and inviting. Since the stone is somewhat busy, I would recommend using a mix of glass and natural stone like the Fidenza Stone Glass to tie the space together without overwhelming the room. Let me know what you think!
  • Gwen 11:40AM, Jan 9 2012 I am remodeling my galley kitchen and want to know if I should use shivakashi gold or shivakashi pink for my kitchen countertop.I only have windows at both ends of the kitchen and cupboards on both sides of the galley.The cabinets are a royal birch color with stainless steel appliances and I need something to add warmth and brighten up the kitchen.Was thinking of using glass for the wall between the cabinets and the backsplash,but don't know which color to use.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 12:01PM, Sep 26 2011 I feel the Shivakashi Pink is an excellent choice for your setup. It’s a warm stone that will pull your kitchen together. I feel it’s a much better choice for your space than the Dakota Mahogany.
  • Marble.com - Derek 12:55PM, Sep 22 2011 I'm leaning towards Shivakashi Pink because this stone is lighter and warmer for an excellent contrast to offset the cherry cabinetry. This will create an elegant and timeless atmosphere for the kitchen as a whole. I've created a Comparison Table for your reference: http://www.marble.com/material...
  • Jimt2008 12:23AM, Sep 22 2011 i am doing a new kitchen , the cabinets are a med color cherry, i was looking at american dakota mahogany or shivakashi pink. the floor tile is a slate look mix of light gray white and tan. I came home thinking i selected teh right stone going with shivakashi pink now i an second guessing myself and feel i should go with american mahogany. All appliance are stainless and room has lots of light, also an island. What should i do
  • Marble.com - Derek 09:39PM, Aug 5 2011 You're welcome. We are standing by and very glad to help you.
  • Rita 09:38PM, Aug 5 2011 Hi Derek,   Thank you for your helpful suggestions.   I am going to have the walls painted "Chatsworth Cream" .  I  will paint the cabinets one of the colors that you  or  Kinga have suggested.   So busy with the rennovations that I didn't make that decision yet.     Both of your suggestions are great,  thanks for pointing me in the right direction.   Rita
  • Marble.com - Derek 03:26PM, Jul 25 2011 I agree with Kinga's suggestions to keep the paint color of the cabinetry light and bright. My recommendations are Benjamin Moore "White Dove" and "Mayonnaise". For wall color, I'm all for the "Chatsworth Cream", that's a perfect tone for your design. Good luck and let us know what you end up choosing!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 01:44PM, Jul 25 2011 Let me know if you have made any decisions yet!
  • Rita 02:48AM, Jul 23 2011 Thank you for the information,  these colors sounds like good choices for my room,  Rita
  • Marble.com - Kinga 09:28PM, Jul 22 2011 Take a look at “White Blush”, “Icicle” and “Seabring White” for your cabinet color and “Chatsworth Cream” and “Fresh Air” for your walls. Since your granite and floor are on the busy side, you want to offset the setup with neutral walls and light cabinets to create a nice contrast and balance.
  • Rita 03:15PM, Jul 22 2011 I  have mauve ceramic tile floors,  ordered the Shivikashi granite for the counters,   loved that the granite has movement and will also go well with the new stainless steel appliances and will not clash with the floors.  .   Any suggestions of a good color of off- white paint for the kitchen cabinets.  Any suggestions for the paint color for the walls ?.    
    Rita
  • Mala 10:32PM, Apr 7 2011 please advise me on what color grout to use with the shivakashi pink floor tile
    • All Granite and Marble 10:51AM, Apr 8 2011 Mala: I recommend a grout color that compliments or almost matches the tile, that will make the floor look more and uniform overall.
  • mala 05:05PM, Apr 6 2011 Iam having black galaxy counter tops and shivakashi pink floor tiles and maple cabinets with cognac color stain. Can you suggest a grout color and backsplash for me
    • All Granite and Marble 09:29AM, Apr 7 2011 Mala: Try "Fire and Ice" backsplash. It's a mix of slate and glass tile and would compliment your design nicely.
  • Lynn 01:32PM, Mar 13 2011 I've purchased light cherry shaker style cabinets with brushed nickel hardware and brushed stainless faucet. I've chosen the Shivikashi granite because of the cream with burgundy highlights. However, I have an L-shaped counter with about a 20 degree angled peninsula where my sink is. My fabricator is planning to do this in 5 pieces-each side of my range, large corner cabinet(full lazy suz), straight counter run, and finally the sink peninsula. I'm concerned with how the flow of this granite will work changing angles and the appearance of the seams. Would it be better to choose a granite with a more all-over pattern?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:13PM, Mar 14 2011 Lynn: A skilled fabricator should be able to match the seam so you will not be able to notice that it's there. But of course, a consistent pattern stone will always look better with seams than a stone with plenty of movement.
  • Lamia 08:39AM, Mar 10 2011 Just to add to add to the previous email the floor is pernoda golden colour
  • Lamia 07:35AM, Mar 10 2011 Hi I need an advice, my cabinets in the kitchen are chocolate on birch and I would like to get shivakashi granite and golden porecaline pernoda, any suggestion about backsplash and wall paints. and does the floor porecailin goes with the granite or not? Thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 08:47AM, Mar 10 2011 Lamia: Yes, the Shivakashi granite and pernoda tile is a good combination. For backsplash, I recommend a tumbled Noce travertine tile and Benjamin Moore "Muslin".
  • Melissa 07:28PM, Feb 24 2011 I was wondering if you could please tell me what price group Shivakashi Pink is in, single blue, double blue, etc.? Also, we have white cabinets with oak hardwood floors, would it be a good color to choose? Thank you! Melissa
    • All Granite and Marble 08:47AM, Feb 25 2011 Melissa: Shivakashi Pink is in Single Silver price category. I think this granite would compliment your white cabinets nicely, go for it!
  • Dolores 03:08PM, Feb 11 2011 I'm remodeling my kitchen, I chose cherry lacerise cabinets and pink shivakashi granite...What paint color and backslash would you recommend.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:06AM, Feb 14 2011 Dolores: I'd use a lighter tile backsplash, perhaps a tumbled botticino marble. For wall color, try Benjamin Moore "Barely Beige".
  • Miranda 12:51PM, Feb 6 2011 Love the look of shivakashi. I have a counter of approximate. 57" length, that will be seamed with an l-shaped counter that is 72" in length. Will there be too much movement having a vertical slab 57") butting up to a horizontal slab (72").
    • All Granite and Marble 12:54PM, Feb 7 2011 Miranda: There is different varieties of the Shivakashi granite and some with less movement but same color tones. You should look at the slabs in-person if you have not already done so. I don't think it's too busy -- it would look wonderful.
  • Dolores Zrepskey 09:48PM, Jan 14 2011 I have just started looking at granite countertops. I saw Vyara Gold at the showroom and went to the warehouse and they said it is now Shivakashi Pink. I see on your site they are both listed. Is there a difference. Are they tellng me the truth?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:07AM, Jan 17 2011 Dolores Zrepskey: With our company, Vyara Gold and Shivakashi Pink are two different but very similar stones.
  • Bianca 02:33PM, Dec 20 2010 We are using the Shivakashi granite for a hall bathroom, with grey maple Decora cabinets. I chose a slab that has more of the cream and grey and less of the burgandy streaks. Would you recommend silver hardward (chrome or nickel) or a oil-rubbed bronze? Or would either one look all right?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:04AM, Dec 21 2010 Bianca: Either one is fine for your set-up, but i'm leaning towards the oil-rubbed bronze.
  • Urmi Chatterjee 11:10PM, Nov 16 2010 Thank you for the reply! What color tiles would you recommend for the floor? Thanks again for all your help!
    • All Granite and Marble 08:26AM, Nov 17 2010 Urmi Chatterjee: For the floor I suggest a Mocca colored porcelain tile.
  • Urmi 10:49PM, Nov 15 2010 Hi, I have ordered russet colored cabinets with mocha glaze in alder. We have beige colored walls and black appliances. Will the Shivakashi Pink be a good choice for the countertop? We have a small L-shaped kitchen. Also, any advice on the backsplash and floor color would be much appreciated. I'm considering tiles for both.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:29AM, Nov 16 2010 Urmi: The Shivakashi Pink is an excellent choice for your design. This granite will compliment the cabinets nicely. For backsplash, I recommend a tumbled botticino marble tile.
  • Russell 10:24AM, Nov 7 2010 Hi! if i'm going with the Shivakashi Pink for the countertop, what 2-3 colors would be a tasteful color combination for the walls and cabinets in a sunny kitchen? Thank you for your advice. Your comments are very helpful. Russell
    • All Granite and Marble 10:17AM, Nov 8 2010 Russell: With Shivakashi Pink, I recommend to use a cherry color wood. For wall color, take a look at Benjamin Moore "Swiss Coffee".
  • Ngoc 10:11PM, Oct 25 2010 Hi Again, Thanks for the reply! I also wanted help with what granite tile you would recommend to match Shivakashi Pink countertop and praline color maple cabinets. Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:21AM, Oct 26 2010 Ngoc: Try a lighter granite like Bianco Romano. Hope this helps.
  • Michael 11:02PM, Oct 24 2010 We have Daltile Tuscan Blue tile for floor, Kraftmaid oak cabs with autumn blush stain and have been considering Shivakashi Pink for the countertops. Do you think Shivakashi Pink will be too busy for the tile?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:59AM, Oct 25 2010 Michael: No, it's an excellent choice. Once you see the slabs in person it's a very smooth and delicate pattern. Go for it!
  • Ngoc 10:03PM, Oct 21 2010 Hi, I am thinking of going with Shivakashi Pink countertop with praline maple cabinets. What granite tiles would you recommend to match the kitchen and what color walls should I paint? THANKS IN ADVANCE.
    • All Granite and Marble 12:25PM, Oct 22 2010 Ngoc: Try a nice pink or beige paint like Buttered Toffee by Benjamin Moore and a light tumbled travertine tile to go along with Shivakashi Pink.
  • paula 04:20PM, May 30 2010 I have purchased maple coffee glazed cabinets with rust hardware. I am having trouble deciding which color granite i want. Any suggestions? My kitchen is open to my living room which is painted slate green with chocolate brown furnishings.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:57AM, Jun 1 2010 Paula : Are you leaning towards stone with movement (veining) or do you like a more consistent (speckled) pattern?
  • Eileen 05:22AM, May 19 2010 Is this the same granite as Shivikashi Peach? I will be installing natural cherry cabinets with a java glaze along with a center island that will be painted cream color with the same darker glaze. All will have the same granite countertops. I don't want a granite that will look too busy because there will be a lot of it!
    • All Granite and Marble 09:32AM, May 19 2010 Eileen: I'm not sure if it's the same exact stone as Shivakashi Peach, but it would fit nicely in your design.
  • Pat 02:24PM, May 7 2010 I have cherry toffee cabinets, pink shivakashi granite..what color paint would you recommend
    • All Granite and Marble 04:34PM, May 7 2010 Pat: I'd keep it neutral and light -- try Benjamin Moore "Honeyed Almond".
  • Barb 06:20PM, Apr 28 2010 We have chosen Maple Mocha cabinets...Will the Shivashi be enough contrast?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:35AM, Apr 29 2010 Barb: I'd go a little lighter, perhaps Gold Antique or Colonial Gold. Another option is Shiva Kashmir White.
  • Madelinhe 05:54PM, Mar 8 2010 Thanks for your prompt response. I realize there would not be a lot of contrast. I actually was thinking of paint to do that. I have a smooth top wall and smooth barnboard on the bottom separated by moulding. I was thinking of painting either the top of bottom a deep russet/burgundy to bring out that color in the granite and a taupe of pale sand color on the other, with the moulding the same color as one or the other. What do you think of that?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:26AM, Mar 10 2010 Madelinhe: Excellent! You're on the right track, everything is falling into place.
  • Madeline 02:52PM, Mar 6 2010 I have medium oak cabinets and am thinking of getting Shivakashi countertops with a granite sink in either dark brown or dark gray with co-ordinating faucet. Any thoughts on this? Thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 11:01AM, Mar 8 2010 Madeline: It will match well, but not much contrast. The sink should compliment nicely though.
  • Tony 04:49PM, Nov 17 2009 Is shivakaski the same as ivory brown and do they come from the same mine or area.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:58AM, Nov 18 2009 Tony: Different stones but similar pattern.
  • Brenda 08:23PM, Jun 21 2009 I am getting Cherry Shaker style stained a darker Pecan color/ oak floors but my kitchen looks across to a pink/gray quartz / granite fireplace. Love the highlights in the shiva kashi but am afraid it would clash with so much pink and gray stone. Any ideas?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:04PM, Jun 22 2009 Brenda: Priorities. Grab a sample of the stone and bring it home. Then place it in various spots in the two rooms to see how bad it is.
  • Barbara nolla 11:20AM, Apr 7 2009 What color would you paint walls to match shivakashi pink countertops
    • All Granite and Marble 09:20AM, Apr 8 2009 Barbara nolla: Maybe something in the tones of red/peach sandy color. You don't want it to match perfectly.
  • sue 07:11AM, Mar 31 2009 I have white cabinets, golden oak flooring and considering Shivakashi -- is there not enough contrast?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:23PM, Apr 3 2009 sue: Yes there is, it will be subtle but they won't blend in. Just make sure you don't choose the Shivakashi White.
  • mimi 10:57AM, Jan 15 2009 my question was is this a good combo. did you have any pics with cherry wood and this color on the counter?
  • mimi 10:56AM, Jan 15 2009 I plan to use this stone for my counter and island. I have cherry shaker style cabinets, and use bm paint pale oats, not sure of the combo, and medium honey colored wood flooring
    • All Granite and Marble 02:16PM, Jan 15 2009 mimi: It's a rather toned down design overall. That's a good thing though, because this stone has beautiful flow to it and it will have room to "breathe".
  • MARIANTHI 09:42AM, Dec 10 2008 I'M USING SHIVAKASHI GRANITE FOR THE FLOOR. MY CABINETS AND CHERRY WOOD. WHAT WOULD YOU SUGGEST FOR A COUNTER TOP
    • All Granite and Marble 04:13PM, Dec 10 2008 MARIANTHI: You could do Absolute black (maybe honed) or Black Galaxy if you like dark colors, or something like Juparana Golden Vyara if you like light colors.
  • Preet 09:07PM, Aug 10 2008 I have cherry wood cabintery in my kitchen. The floor is Lyptus Earth. I am planning to use Shivakashi pink for the countertops. Would this be a good choice? Is there a website where I could see the above written combination? What would you recommend? Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:28AM, Sep 19 2008 Preet: Make sure you check out the slabs! Shiva Kashi varies a lot from batch to batch and can often look orange/salmon colored.
  • Robert 07:58PM, Oct 6 2007 OK,I went to your yard,what do you think of GoldenRiviera 189 compared to ShivakashiPink with Cherry wood/Cabernet stain cabinets? I have GoldenOak floors in the next room and the GoldenRiviera seems to have both the burgundy spots and some golden color but could the background be too light with these cabinets? Is there such a thing as too light?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:34AM, Oct 9 2007 Robert: Golden riviera would be my choice. It's perfectly good that it is a lighter stone. It makes for even more contrast between the tops and the cabinets, which is a good thing.
  • jeff 01:58AM, Oct 3 2007 what color/s of backsplash and floor tiles will match a shiva pink countertop?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:42AM, Oct 3 2007 jeff: Any type of travertine or tumbled marble will do.
  • Robert 12:35PM, Jul 23 2007 Thanks, and what is the difference between your stone id 404 and 405 Shivakashi Pink? I will look at Giallo Ornamental too as you recommended.
    • All Granite and Marble 12:12PM, Jul 24 2007 Robert: Both 404 and 405 are Shivakashi Pink coming out of the same quarry. The difference is excavation time. Every time quarry gets deeper into the mountain pattern and color may change slightly. In this case the newer lot no. 405 is ligher and pattern is more delicate. It's basically a variation of the same rock.
  • Robert 07:48PM, Jul 15 2007 I'm remodeling my kitchen with Cherry wood cabinets with a cabernet stain. Now looking for granite counter top and island. I saw a Cherry/Burgundy cabinent with Shivakashi sample kitchen at another supplier and loved it. What other stones would you recommend? Also, what is the difference between your stone id 404 and 405 Shivakashi Pink?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:23PM, Jul 17 2007 Robert: I would lsao look into Giallo Ornamental it has lighter backgorund and burgundy spots that will match cabinets nicely.
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