Tahoe

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Original name:
Tahoe

Material:
granite

Internet ID:
752
Country of origin:
Other
Pattern:
Speckles
Colors:
Black, Brown, Gold
Application:
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor
Comments:
A light tan granite with consistent brown, beige, and gold speckling.
1 SET
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COMMENTS:

  • Peter 01:22PM, Jun 21 2013

    Linda,
    This stone has tones ranging from dark browns, to beiges, to white, not to worry this granite should work nicely with your composition. :^)

  • Peter 01:19PM, Jun 21 2013

    Linda,
    If you look above you can check out our cabinet tool, it will allow you to pull up cabinet samples next to the granite which will allow you to see how they look together. Its really a handy tool that can help you visualize the final look. Just click on the tab and it will open up the various cabinet selections. It lets you pick the company, wood type, style, and finish. Take a look, it works wonders!

  • Linda 04:45AM, Jun 21 2013

    Also, do you have a picture that shows Tahoe countertops with white cabintes? I need to see it to feel at ease with my choices. :0)

  • Linda 04:35AM, Jun 21 2013

    Hello! What do you think of Tahoe countertops with Diamond - Vibe series Alabaster (white) cabites with brown sugar finish? I selected Tahoe countertops with white cabinets and now I'm getting concerned the Tahoe countertop might be too "yellow". Our floor is Armstrong engineered hardwood - American scrape style in Eagle Nest (EAS504) color (dark brown). I think the countertops go perfect with the floor, but I'm worried the transition from dark brown floor to white cabinets to Tahoe countertops won't look good altogether.

    Any advise you can provide is greatly appreciated!

  • Marble.com - Derek 09:01PM, Sep 7 2012

    I have not heard of something like this happening with Tahoe granite countertops. Did Marble.com perform the installation?

  • Linda 11:05AM, Sep 4 2012

    our problem is that the dark brown spots are chipping out,  we have had it all most two years, and it has been sealed twice a year. I was wondering if any one eles as had this problem.   

  • Marble.com - Derek 07:18PM, Aug 29 2012

    Hello Linda. Did we (All Granite & Marble) install your Tahoe countertops? What problems are you having?

  • Linda 04:57PM, Aug 22 2012

    need info, anybody having problems with their tahoe, granite counter tops. thanks

  • Marble.com - Natalia 03:37PM, Jun 13 2012

    I think Tahoe is a solid choice. It's warm brown flecks will complement the wall color nicely and the underlying creme hues complement the cabinet color for a nice balance. Go for it!

  • Marble.com - Derek 05:12PM, Jun 8 2012

    I'm leaning toward Tahoe for a soft, warm, and classic pattern on the stone that would complement your cabinets beautifully. Go for it!

  • LCB 02:55AM, Jun 8 2012

    We're thinking about Tahoe granite for our kitchen.  We'll have creamy white cabinets painted in Benjamin Moore Mascarpone, oak hardwood floors, stainless appliances, and Benjamin Moore Sandy Brown walls (backsplash TBD).  The kitchen does not get a lot of natural light.  Do you think the Tahoe is a good choice?

  • Laura 12:47PM, Jun 4 2012

    Love your website.  I am doing maple shaker cabinets with a cinnamon stain.  How do you feel about Tahoe for a choice vs. Namibe Cream....or other suggestions? 

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:28PM, May 9 2012

    Tahoe is a very appropriate choice. Some other options you can consider are called Giallo Antico, Tropical Brown, and Toffee. For the wall color, take a look at Benjamin Moore line Navajo White and Barely Beige. Good luck!

  • Jo Ann 04:43PM, May 8 2012

    Redoing my kitchen.   I selected Kitchen Kraft Maple biscotti with caramel glaze cabinets with a maple rye glaze island.   Have also selected beige ceramic  backsplash with accents of caramel, gray,  almond and the same ceramic tile as the floor in it.  Was wondering if the Tahoe granite would be a good choice.  Also what selection of a wall color would work,  My goal is to have the kitchen neutral except for the stainless steel appliances.   Would do you suggest?

  • Marble.com - Kinga 02:49PM, Feb 14 2012 In addition to Derek's beautiful suggestion, check out Baja Cream Random Mosaic.
  • Marble.com - Derek 02:09PM, Feb 14 2012 For the backsplash in your design set-up, my recommendation is a 2" x 2" Durango Tumbled travertine mosaic, or a similar shaded tile to that. Let me know your thoughts!
  • Shelley 03:41AM, Feb 8 2012 I have dark coffee stained cabinets, creamy tan tile floors and tahoe granite countertops.  What backsplash do you recommend?
  • Marble.com - Derek 06:36PM, Jan 20 2012 The Capadoccia backsplash has glass inserts that would compliment the color tones in the Tahoe nicely, it's a solid choice.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 09:24PM, Jan 18 2012 The Capadoccia Glass Tumbled backsplash would look absolutely stunning against your cabinets and beautiful granite. Go for it!
  • Cbruno 05:24PM, Jan 18 2012 Would you recommend Capadoccia glass tumbled marble with existing Tahoe Granite on Antique white glazed maple cabinets?
  • JoAnn Bunero 05:19AM, Mar 4 2011 My cabinets are Maple with a coffee glaze. My floor is in the light beige family,back splash is natural stone and my walls are full logs.This is a log home. Will this counter top work?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:12AM, Mar 8 2011 JoAnn Bunero: The Tahoe granite will compliment maple coffee cabinets nicely. The warmth of this combination is perfect for a log house feel.
  • Shay 01:51PM, Mar 3 2011 Would this go with Thomasville Brierwood maple cabinets ?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:19AM, Mar 4 2011 Shay: Absolutely! It's a wonderful match.
  • Janice 03:41PM, Jan 26 2011 What color backsplash?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:45AM, Jan 28 2011 Janice: This backsplash tile would look wonderful in your design: http://www.marble.com/materials/tiles/Oyster-Mix-Flamed#1375
  • Janice 03:00PM, Jan 26 2011 My floor is a cola stain, my cabinets are cherry and my walls are jonquil yellow. Will this granite make my kitchen too dark? What do you suggest?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:06PM, Jan 26 2011 Janice: I don't think the Tahoe will make your overall set-up too dark or gloomy. But to brighten things up, some lighter suggestions are Santa Cecilia Real and Giallo Ornamental.
  • Jennifer 05:01PM, Jan 16 2011 I am going to have cherry cabinets with a mission oak stain, which is a dark stain with some grain turning black. This tahoe appears to go with my cabinets, but what color floor, and what color and type of backsplash and wall color would you recommend?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:51AM, Jan 17 2011 Jennifer: I'd use a natural stone backsplash, perhaps a Noce travertine tile. For flooring, I recommend a lighter porcelain tile like Serena White. As far as wall color goes, try Benjamin Moore "Adams Gold".
  • Mary 08:56AM, Dec 18 2010 I have kraftmaid canvas caninets with cocoa glaze and will do a tan or noce tile floor and baclsplash How will this granite look? Thinking of BM bottered toffee or honey almond for walls
    • All Granite and Marble 02:07PM, Dec 18 2010 Mary: The Tahoe granite might blend in a little too much. Perhaps take a look at Tropical Brown instead.
  • Andy 11:12AM, Jan 29 2010 Do you think alder mulberry cabinets would go with this granite? If so, what floor tile, backsplash and paint color would your recommend? Thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 04:07PM, Jan 29 2010 Andy: Absolutely! Perhaps a travertine floor, tumbled marble backsplash, and a neutral beiege wall color to tie everything together.
  • Bill 04:21PM, Nov 21 2009 Thanks, I had a burgandy cherry in mind do you think that works
    • All Granite and Marble 12:05PM, Nov 23 2009 Bill: Yes.
  • Bill 03:29AM, Nov 21 2009 What color cabinets would work with this stone
    • All Granite and Marble 10:00AM, Nov 21 2009 Bill: Darker cabinets like walnut or cherry look great.
  • Janna 04:45AM, Aug 7 2009 Hi, I'm trying to decide what granite to go with for my natural hickory cabinets. My floor is a warm creamy tan tile. My walls are a light tan with white ceiling. I have a dark red wall that is one side of the kitchen. The kitchen is going to have or be kind of earthy. What granite countertop would look best? Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:17AM, Aug 7 2009 Janna: You could go darker, maybe something in the Tan Brown family?
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