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Black, Brown, Gold
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Very consistent speckled granite with warm brown highlights along with darker flecks throughout the stone.
Toffee granite - Macro Photo Toffee granite - CloseUp Photo Toffee granite - Slab Photo
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  • - Jack 02:58PM, May 20 2014

    I believe that the cream would complement this setup well. It would even make the room appear larger. The stone has slight hints of cream tones too.

  • fern0834 11:47PM, May 17 2014

    I have honey oak wood cabinets with a vintage beige ceramic tile backsplash. I think the toffee granite would look great. with this combination, which color porcelain floor tile would look better dark grey{like a slate} or a cream? would really appreciate your opinion

  • - Adrian 03:32PM, Mar 25 2013

    Hi, I would recommend you to go with natural stone as a backsplash I think that it would be a nice complement to the countertop. Please take a look at the attachments of Tuscany Beige Travertine Tiles, Ivory Travertine or Oyster Mix Flamed Travertine. I hope it will work for you !

  • Butterfieldlaurie51 12:28PM, Mar 23 2013

    We have chosen toffee granite for our countertops.  Now we are trying to figure out the best backsplash.  Appliances are white, cabinets are oak, hard wood floors.  It is not a big kitchen. Suggestions will be much appreciated.

  • - Adrian 06:41PM, Feb 23 2013

    Hi, We can send you the sample from Ridgefield Park facility: You will have to make a pre-paid order in some shipping service company like UPS for exampale and send us the number of your delivery. If you will have any other questions please contact with Ridgefield Park facility or send them an e-mail: [email protected]

  • Uturnhrt 06:52PM, Feb 13 2013

    I have been to two stores that carry Toffee but neither has any samples.
    Is there any way I could buy a sample so I can get an idea how it would
    look in my small kitchen.  Do you have any other suggestions? I live
    in Newton, MA

    Thank you,


  • - Derek 02:07PM, May 9 2012

    Hello Jessica. I'm leaning toward a warm brownish shade such as Toffee for a nice compliment to the Mocha maple cabinetry. Make sure to look at slabs of both choices in-person before making a final decision. Good luck!

  • Jessica 03:18AM, May 9 2012

    Looking to renovate our kitchen and we chose a Mocha finish for the new maple cabinets. I'm not sure if it would be a better choice to go with Toffee or maybe like a Royal Cream. We bought white appliances and the floor is a ceramic light beige tile. Any suggestions?

  • - Derek 04:14PM, Apr 10 2012

    The three images featured on this page are actually all the same slab of Toffee. The top image is a micro close up view, the middle is a regular close up, and the bottom photo is the full slab view. This stone is a pretty new delivery and it's just gorgeous - very warm brownish-golden shade. I feel that the Toffee would compliment your cabinet color very nicely and it's dark enough for an efficient contrast. The Imperial Coffee might be too stark of a contrast. I also recommend to look at Tropical Brown. To make the final decision, make sure to look at the full slabs in-person and acquire actual samples to put against your cabinetry in the kitchen light to see how you enjoy the various combinations. From that point, use process of elimination and decide this way. Good luck!

  • Coolrabit 11:12AM, Apr 10 2012

    This could be a great choice for my canvas with cocoa glaze cabinets.  Thinking about a woodlook laminate floor.  Can you tell me what the difference amoung the 3 samples shown here are.  I am new at this and I keep changing my mind from the darker such as imperial coffee to the softer less dramatic look.  What I think I find is that I am not attracted to the "dotty" real loose speckled look like an animal print.  The richer looks appeal to me more.  What direction I am going for?  I need to decide this soon as my cabinets are due May 1st.  Yikes, I feel pressured.  Help!