Coffee Brown

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Original name:
Coffee Brown


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Black, Brown, Red
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Floor, Outdoor
Consistent maroon stone with hints of blue and black.
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  • Kelly 12:40PM, Aug 23 2013

    We have white perimeter cabinets with Indian coffee brown granite and a black island. What granite would you suggest to go on the island? Our wood floor is dark with quite a bit of red in it.

  • - Adrian 04:26PM, Apr 17 2013

    Hi, I think that you are absolutely on right track. Also I would recommend to take a look at Ubatuba, which has a little of green colours, Imperial Coffee and Tan Brown. Good luck !

  • Kathy 02:41PM, Apr 16 2013

    I am considering coffee brown for maple/ginger cabinets and distressed black island. How do you think this will work?

  • - Adrian 05:50PM, Apr 12 2013

    Hi Carla, I think that stone will match you if you will give a lot of light in your kitchen and also light backsplash in order to bright up your space. It all depends how much space do you have in your kitchen ? If there is a lot natural light I would recommend you to use that stone, also you can take a look at Imperial Coffee or Tan Brown. Please let me know what do you think ?

  • Carla Mammarella 01:12PM, Apr 8 2013

    We are using kraftmaid maple with praline stain and mocha highlight. Thinking of
    coffee brown granite is this a good choice?

  • - Derek 09:24PM, Aug 17 2012

    Is the island cabinet also honey oak colored wood? If so, you can use a lighter and warmer stone choice on the island to offset the darker Coffee Brown and complement the honey oak tones in the cabinet. I recommend choices such as Santa Cecilia or New Venetian Gold. Hope this helps!

  • Jmbaker1 11:08PM, Aug 11 2012

    We are using coffee brown for our countertops with honey oak cabinets, black appliances and light colored flooring.  Would you recommend using a lighter, complimentary granite for the island or using the same?  What other colors would you recommend?

  • - Derek 01:39PM, Jun 15 2012

    You're very welcome!

  • Cheryl 02:39AM, Jun 12 2012

    Thank you so much for your suggestions. They both look beautiful. I will let you know what I decide. The granite is going in in 10 days. Thank again for you help!

  • - Derek 04:23PM, Jun 11 2012

    I'd like to start off by saying congratulations on an informed decision for your countertop choice! The Coffee Brown is a rich and elegant shade in a transitional style. It should be dark enough to allow an adequate level of contrast so go for it! In regard to the backsplash dilemma, my recommendations are options such as Oyster Mix Flamed travertine for a natural, tumbled choice. For something more modern, take a look at Mirabelle Collection smoky brown glass tile in a brick pattern. Hope this helps!

  • Cheryl 02:33AM, Jun 9 2012

    Thank you so much for your reply. I brought my maple door to the granite quarry and decided I like the contrast of the coffee brown granite. The colonial dream seemed to blend to much. My kitchen does not have a lot of natural light,but we are thinking of putting in a skylight. Do you have any recommendations for tile backsplash with my maple cabinets and coffee brown granite? Thank you so much for you time.

  • - Derek 06:11PM, Jun 8 2012

    The New Colonial Dream is a wonderful, warm choice with golden highlights to accentuate the countertops against the maple cabinets. Some other options for you ton consider would be the similar Colonial Cream as well as New Colonial Gold. You should not pick a dark stone if your kitchen is overall dark in lightning, as the counters should keep the space light and warm. Good luck!

  • Cheryl 04:00AM, Jun 5 2012

    I have light/med maple cabinets,stainless and black appliances and hardwood floors that are a bit deeper than my cabinets. Although I know that a dark granite would look nice with my cabinets my kitchen is dark. How do you think New colonial dream would look with my cabinets? Thank you.

  • - Derek 02:09PM, Jan 5 2012 Since you wrote this question in a darker stones page (Imperial Coffee), I will assume you've been leaning toward a darker color. If you have a large kitchen space with plenty of natural light, then you can get away with using a darker shade in my opinion, if that's what you are attracted to. In contrast to Kinga's lighter suggestions, some darker colors that I recommend for you to look at are Tan Brown, Butterfly Antique, Golden Jade, Verde Sequoia, Baltic Brown, and Tropical Brown. Good luck!
  • - Kinga 08:59PM, Jan 3 2012 I would recommend using a lighter stone to brighten up the space like Astoria, Atlantis and Gold Antique. Each of these stones would complement your Terracotta tiles without overwhelming the space. It is very important to bring samples home to compare against your cabinets and flooring to help you narrow down some choices. Stones may vary in person so having a sample of your floor at the granite yard will make your decision so much easier. Hope this helps!
  • Couturenut6 06:43PM, Jan 3 2012 i have dark wood cabinets ,  I think it's a walnut, what would go good if Ihave terra cotta floors
  • Sandy 08:01AM, Nov 8 2010 My cabinet color will be black.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:26AM, Nov 8 2010 Sandy: Take a look at New Venetian Gold and Giallo Ornamental.
  • Sandy 12:39PM, Nov 4 2010 I have ginger colored cabinets with the baltic brown grantice counter, we are adding an island to our kitchen and we are doing a vintage onxy color cabinet and wanted to do a contracting grantic top. Our floors are a beigey with a hint of pinkish color. What would you suggest as a contrasting granite color for the island
    • All Granite and Marble 09:32AM, Nov 5 2010 Sandy: What color is your island wood going to be?
  • Jo Anna 12:41PM, Jan 1 2010 What color granite would go well with amaretto and moss colored cabinets,I would like to use two different colors of granite that compliment each other.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:00AM, Jan 4 2010 Jo Anna: What type of wood are your cabinets? I'm not sure what color you are describing. You could send a picture to [email protected]
  • Shiley 06:35PM, Nov 9 2009 Will this color go with cream cupboards. We also have a lot of oak in kitchen area,
    • All Granite and Marble 09:03AM, Nov 10 2009 Shiley: Sure.
  • Linda 08:14PM, Jun 2 2009 With the natural oak floor and honey oak cabinets does the Coffee Brown have too much of a reddish brown color in it?
  • Linda 08:12PM, Jun 2 2009 We have natural oak wood floors, honey oak cabinets which a shade darker than the floor and slainless appliances. Trying to decide between Coffee Brown, Brazilian Black, or Tropical Brown. What do you think?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:56PM, Jun 3 2009 Linda: Coffee brown should give you good contrast and not blend in.
  • All Granite and Marble 04:42PM, Sep 19 2008 Diane:
  • Jay 09:42AM, Aug 20 2008 We have honey oak cabinets. How would Coffee Brown look with this wood?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:42PM, Sep 19 2008 Jay: Excellent contrast and good tonality. Good choice.