White Spring

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Original name:
White Spring

Other name(s) used:
Bianco Primavera, White Springs, Cold Spring

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Country of origin:
Gold, White
Kitchen, Bathroom, Fireplace, Outdoor
Beautiful off-white stone with blue gray, black, gold, and taupe variations.
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  • Lisa 08:42PM, Dec 17 2014

    which price category does White Spring fall into?

  • Marble.com - Jack 08:40PM, Jul 16 2014

    Very nice setup, one of my favorites :)

  • Julie 05:56PM, Jul 13 2014

    cabinets are actually darker

  • Julie 05:55PM, Jul 13 2014

    cabinets are actually a bit darker.

  • Julie 02:23PM, Jul 12 2014

    Pics did not post. Floor

  • Julie 02:21PM, Jul 12 2014

    Love white springs granite but our floor has quite a bit of gold in it., cabinets are medium dark brown, The builders designer says it will work, but I'm second guessing. I've attached the floor and cabinets. We originally selected jupinara st Cecilia but have had that or variations for too long and have granite fatigue! Floor and cabinet attached. Plan B is lapidus...

  • Marble.com - Jack 01:27PM, Mar 26 2014

    This looks like it would match well. It incorporates all the colors of your kitchen. i would also recommend taking a look at "Bianco "Antico".

  • Karen 05:42AM, Mar 26 2014

    i too am considering white springs for my countertop in my small L-shaped kitchen. Do you think this is appropriate for white white cabinets and medium dark hickory wood floors? I was also considering using it in my bathroom with white cabinets And gray tile in shower and floor with White Wainscoting and white shutter, And Greywalls. Any suggestions?

  • Marble.com - Peter 07:02PM, Feb 12 2014

    The simplicity of White Spring is a nice feature.
    The complexity of Bianco Antico provides an elegant look.

  • dmtk 05:10PM, Feb 11 2014

    Bohemia, NY
    We will have white shaker style doors with an ogee edge
    I see Arctic White is nice also.
    I am wondering if White Spring will have too much "pink" in it.

  • Marble.com - Peter 03:03PM, Feb 11 2014

    Where will the job site be located?

  • dmtk 07:35PM, Feb 10 2014

    I am torn between white springs and bianco antiquo. Would you be able to setup a side by side link for me and tell me what you like best about each? Thank you D

  • Marble.com - Peter 02:19PM, Oct 9 2013


    Going with a full granite backsplash would be a great idea.

    Best Regards,


  • Kathleen 08:58PM, Oct 8 2013

    Thanks Peter. Any recommendation for a back splash? I was thinking tumbled travertine 4X4 in a light color? Any ideas?

  • Marble.com - Peter 01:57PM, Oct 8 2013

    This sounds like a great match.
    Best Regards,

  • Kathleen 12:39AM, Oct 8 2013

    Peter - I am particularly interested in the White Spring granite and want to know if it would complement the American Woodmark maple cabinets in Savannah style, Auburn glaze color?

  • Marble.com - Peter 08:24PM, Oct 7 2013

    Absolutely Kathleen, no need to worry. We have thousands of colors in stock to match all your kitchen needs.
    Best Regards,

  • Kathleen 04:56PM, Oct 7 2013

    I have ordered American Woodmark maple cabinets in Savannah style, Auburn glaze color. Since then, I happened upon the White Spring granite, which I really want now. Are there enough colors in this granite to complement the reddish hue in the auburn glaze?

  • Peter 02:48PM, Sep 26 2013

    Pamela, for a superb look I would suggest using the same granite for a full backsplash.

  • Pamela 08:30PM, Sep 13 2013

    Hello, I am in the middle of updating my kitchen and just chose White Springs as my granite. All of the cabinets are going to be white (not off white) with brushed nickel hardware. My kitchen is very small...I like to call it a U that got squished! I'm wondering, what kind of backsplash would you suggest. I see from comments below that most people are asking for suggestions on dark or warm cabinets, but I didn't see anything for white-white cabinets. The kitchen is really dark and closed off, but I don't want to go overboard on too much light materials for fear of a sterile look. What would you suggest? Oh, the appliances are back and an unmatched white refrigerator.
    Thanks so much!

  • Peter 02:00PM, Jul 22 2013

    Hello Sindhu, both granites are very similar depending on which Bianco Romano you select, both are a nice choice, however, I would recommend you come see both in real life and take some samples home to really help you determine which one is the right choice for you.

  • sindhu 02:25AM, Jul 21 2013

    Hi.. I am trying to decide between bianco Romano or cold springs for my kitchen with espresso cabinets. Can you please suggest? Thank you!

  • Peter 07:46PM, Jul 15 2013

    I would suggest the White Spring or the Bianco Antico. Also try out our Free Cabinet Tool to pull up cabinet samples to view against the Granite!

  • Bella 01:10AM, Jul 13 2013

    Hi....I am very confused between White spring, Bianco Antico and Delicatus countertop with espresso cabinets for the kitchen. I like all 3 and can't choose which would be the best. Can you please suggest? Thank you!

  • Marble.com - Derek 05:10PM, Feb 12 2013

    Good job! It sounds like you're on the right track. Best of luck to you!

  • Cheryl Yancey 09:00PM, Feb 6 2013

    This is the model home, our home will be ready in June, we will have the same cabinets, but we went with the arctic white granite. when we went to the tile shop, we fell in love with the slabs and paid the extra $2000 plus put those specific slabs on reserve. 

  • Marble.com - Derek 05:02PM, Feb 6 2013

    Hello. Please accept my deepest apologies for the lateness in my response. In all honestly, both the White Spring and Millennium Cream are very appropriate choices against a light cabinet and dark floor combination. Some other colors that I can suggest for your situation would be Ice White, Netuno Bordeaux, Astoria, and Sunset Ivory. You should look at the full slabs in-person before making any final decisions. Best of luck!

  • Marble.com - Derek 05:00PM, Feb 6 2013

    Hello Cheryl. I'm so sorry for the lateness in my response. The photos attached successfully and they are indeed absolutely gorgeous. Is this your kitchen?

  • Cheryl Yancey 04:00AM, Jan 26 2013

    here are the photos

  • Cheryl Yancey 03:59AM, Jan 26 2013

    this is an example of the white spring. (1) it is a bit brighter of a white than this photo shows, and has some random cranberry colored spots here and there. it is beautiful. we have chosen this option with the dark cabinets and med./dark wood laminate flooring. (the crinkly effect on the right of the stove is a reflection of the extended splash pattern on the wall) (2) again, this photo lighting has the granite with more of a beige hue than it actually has, but even with cream or dark cabinets, i think it would contrast well

  • Lizlee27 01:41AM, Jan 25 2013

    We are remodeling our kitchen and are having a hard time choosing between white spring and millennium cream granite for our countertops. The cabinets are a cream color and the flooring is dark brown hardwoods. We are afraid the white spring might be too busy. Any thoughts on these 2 colors? Are there any other popular colors of granite that you can suggest?

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:05PM, Nov 13 2012

    Unfortunately you’re outside of our area of service. I recommend to fill out an estimate request here: www.marble.com/estimate and an affiliated fabricator in your area will contact you. In the estimate tool, please indicate in the project description that you're looking for White Spring and add the link to this page. Best of luck!

  • TNT 09:36PM, Nov 11 2012

    Is this stone color available anywhere in New Orleans or Baton Rouge, Louisiana?

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:04PM, Oct 23 2012

    Hi Devora. Unfortunately, we do not have White Spring stocked at this moment. However, check out the Bianco family of stones (Bianco Antico & Bianco Romano). We have both of them in-stock at Ridgefield Park, NJ and they are similar to the White Spring. Best of luck!

  • Psilvwerste 02:38AM, Oct 22 2012

    Is this available at Ridgefield Park ? Devora

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:06PM, Oct 9 2012

    My backsplash suggestion for your situation would be a nice complement to go against the White Spring. Specifically, take a look at tiles such as ICL Glass & Metal Mix, Subway & Ming Glass Mosaic (Somertile Reflections), and perhaps Tao Green Quartz, Slate, White Gold 1" x 2" x Random Glass Tiles for a darker shade and more color. I've attached photos for your easy reference. Hope this helps!

  • CRN 03:41PM, Oct 8 2012

    Hi there. I need backsplash ideas for my kitchen.-new construction. I was wanting to use the backsplash on the wall where the Cooktop vent will be as well. We are in the process of installing Maple cabinets with a dark walnut stain and have chosen White Spring granite for the counter top and island. The flooring we have chosen is a porcelain tile "Ivory Royale". Appliances will be stainless steel and the faucets -brushed nickel. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:40PM, Oct 8 2012

    A light countertop would create an elegant, contemporary white kitchen design. The White Spring pictured on this page is quite an appropriate choice, as well as the Ice White, Kashmir White, and Snowflakes. 

  • Kintzeles 06:24PM, Oct 5 2012

    We are in the midst of a remodel, I initially wanted a honed absolute black countertop with a stainless steel apron front sink, the cabinets will be a winter white and the island will be black with a butcher block top.  I am reconsidering the countertop and thinking of a white granite instead like the Kashmere that just might pull the whole look together better, what are your thoughts?

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:04PM, Oct 4 2012

    Hi Melissa! For a budget friendly light granite decision, my recommendation for you to consider would be Kashmir White, Colonial Cream Ivory, and Azul Platino. I've created a Comparison Chart for your easy side-by-side reference of these choices: http://www.marble.com/material... Hope this helps!

  • Melissa 01:27AM, Oct 4 2012

    HI Derek!  We are building a new home and have chosen Alpine (a dove white) cabinets in the kitchen with a walnut island.  The floors will be a medium stain.  I really love the white granites as I am looking for a light, fresh look and feel.  We have fallen in love with White Fantasy and White Springs, but they are unfortunately out of our budget.  Would you have any recommendations for granite in the Class 1 or 2 categories ( akak. A or B levels)?  Thank you.  :)

  • Marble.com - Derek 12:45PM, Sep 12 2012

    Yes, the decisions are difficult indeed! Especially since you will be looking at the kitchen every day, it is important to make the correct choice. Have you have the decision on the backsplash yet? A neutral tumbled natural stone backsplash such as Crema Marfil or Botticino marble could be appropriate, or the Mirabelle Collection glass tiles are a beautiful complement. 

  • Bookacruise 06:06PM, Sep 6 2012

    Derek, thank you so much for your suggestions. After viewing the full slabs we chose the Solarius. We have not fully decided on the back splash yet, we are still considering the above mentioned combination or the Mirabelle Collection smoky brown glass tile. Decisions, decisions........

  • Marble.com - Derek 09:01PM, Aug 31 2012

    Hello there. Your kitchen is shaping up to be a very stylish, elegant, contemporary white kitchen! I liked the idea of Solarius as this would add some warm golden hues and highlights to the design. However, if you want to keep the light, white feel of the space, the White Spring could be the way to go. Two other colors that I recommend to strongly consider are Delicatus and Bianco Antico. In addition, for something with less golds and browns than Solarius but enough deep, rustic golden veining to make it the centerpiece of your kitchen design, take a look at Siena Bordeaux. It's base is as light as White Spring, but the wild, flowing golden-brownish ripples that are displayed prominently throughout the slab are an amazing sight to behold. Make sure to look at the full slabs of your choices before making any final decisions. Good luck!

  • Marble.com - Natalia 05:06PM, Aug 31 2012

    Hello. A few questions I'd like you to answer so I can give you accurate, appropriate suggestions for your project. 1) Do you enjoy veins and movement in the stone, or a more consistent, speckled pattern? 2) Are you leaning toward a lighter or darker countertop color? 3.) Are there any granite names so far that have caught your attention as a possibility?

  • Marble.com - Derek 08:05PM, Aug 30 2012

    Hello Charie. That is a large, open kitchen indeed! Since your perimeter cabinetry is a warm honey oak, I recommend to paint the island a dark, espresso color to create a stunning contrast between the lighter White Spring granite and the island cabinet. That would look absolutely gorgeous! As far as the backsplash tile goes, I recommend a light mosaic mix of stone and glass. For example, take a look at Subway & Ming Glass Mosaic from Sometile Reflections. Another direction to go in could be perhaps a Calacatta Marble tile, preferably sized 2" x 4" or similar. Lastly, something darker and uniquely beautiful that can complement the White Spring granite is called a Anatolia Bliss Norwegian Ice Linear Mosaic. I've attached photos of my suggestions for your easy reference. Hope this helps!

  • Bookacruise 02:32AM, Aug 30 2012

    I have a small kitchen with white cabinets, appliances, white counter tops and white tile flooring so everything is very light.   We are installing a cork floor, replacing the white sink with stainless and trying to decide on a granite counter top, our first choice was Solaris but I am now leaning toward White Spring. I am also considering white subway tile back splash with a glass and slate trim GS11 by Mirage Glass Tiles. Any thoughts on a counter top selection?? 

  • Marble.com - Derek 06:38PM, Aug 27 2012

    We do not have a variation of White Spring called Golden Spring, but I must inform you that I suspect the "Golden" stone will have plenty of golden / yellowish highlights as opposed to the more white, very light White Spring. Good luck!

  • Lacombebayoublue 04:32AM, Aug 27 2012

    Hi, We have cypress cabinets, a creamy beige wall, white appliances, and for the floor it's toasted walnut wood look porcelain tile.  What color counter top would you suggest, also what type of sink?  Thanks.

  • Charie 01:08PM, Aug 25 2012

    Hi, we have a large open concept floor plan with 16 foot high ceilings. The kitchen is 15 x 16 and has about 110 sq ft of counter top and 37 sq ft of blacksplash area.  Appliances are stainless and black.  We have honey oak cabinets and a matte ivory tile floor with some beige and gray variations.  We have about 55 cabinets and drawers in our kitchen - lots of honey oak.  Colors in adjoining rooms are dark browns and beiges.  We love the White Springs counter top (with taupes, cremes, gray and black veining).   Looking for suggestions on paint and black splash that would tie it all together.  Also would you suggest painting the island and if so what color?  Replacing the oak is not an option. Thank you!!

  • Helen 01:39AM, Aug 20 2012

    is golden spring like white spring?

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:43PM, Jul 26 2012

    You can most certainly use the Colonial granite as a full backsplash material to the upper cabinetry, Sonia! This would provide for a flowing, continuous, and beautiful design that would make the whole countertop space a centerpiece of your design! :-)

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:20PM, Jul 26 2012

    Can you snap and upload a photo of your kitchen in it's current state? It would be very helpful for me to visualize the design and provide suggestions on enhancing it. Thanks!

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:10PM, Jul 26 2012

    Hello there! You must look at the slabs in-person and pick the slab you want to have used for the countertop. During the selection process, you will be able to inspect the slab for any irregularities which I strongly recommend to do so. Please ask the sales person assisting you to inspect the slab as well because their experience can catch defects that you could possibly miss. We import only premium quality slabs that are inspected & approved before shipment to us so the possibility of any significant irregularities is quite low, but it's always better to be safe than sorry! However precisely, I am not aware of any specific irregularities in this particular White Spring granite. Hope this advice was helpful and informative!

  • Sonia_cam2003 11:15PM, Jul 23 2012

    Thank you Derek so we will go to look at Colonia gold or cream .you think Colonial will be good choice for back splash too?

  • Dfles 09:33PM, Jul 22 2012

    Hi, I just purchased white spring and i have med cherry cabinets with golden oak cabinets. Ihave tumbled marble backsplash with a muriel of grapes/grapevines.
    My question is, how what do I need to pull it together as Im torn between warm and cool tones.

  • Airoldi_theresa 04:11PM, Jul 22 2012

    Are there any natural irregularities that I should be aware of in choosing a particular slab of the White Srping granite that are less desireable?

  • Marble.com - Derek 02:13PM, Jul 19 2012

    The White Spring granite looks more elegant with a stronger contrast against a dark cherry cabinet or can complement a white cabinet for a white kitchen design. With a light brown maple wood, you want to have some brown or rustic highlights in the granite to pick-up the cabinet. For example, choices such as New Colonial Gold or Colonial Cream would be very appropriate. Hope this helps!

  • Sonia 08:10PM, Jul 16 2012

    we are going to use cold spring granite in kitchen for countertop and backsplash ,our cabinet are light brown maple and the floor is light cream ceramic iam so worry that this granite dont be match with the color we have ,can you please tell me what you think.please let me know as soon as possible

  • Marble.com - Derek 07:52PM, Mar 3 2012

    Your concern is well founded and well taken. The Typhoon Bordeaux has golden rustic and burgundy highlights that will make the space warmer but it's still on a light background the way you like it. Another option you can possibly look at is Siena Bordeaux. Either one of these choices should create the leek you're trying to achieve quite nicely. Hope this helps!

  • Stevie B. 07:48PM, Mar 1 2012

    Thanks Derek. I really like the new Ice White. I'm just concerned that it wll make the kitchen a little too cold (no pun intended). If possible, I would like to find a granite that would have depth and provide a calm and warm feeling in the kitchen. I was thinking that the right Typhoon Bordeaux might work with the cabinets (the white perimeter and two black accent pieces that flank the stove), as well as pick up the wood floor tones. Do you feel that this might be an appropriate choice?

    Thanks again,
    Stevie B.

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:44PM, Mar 1 2012

    White Spring does indeed seem to a soft, calm choice but with interesting depth and highlights. This stone would follow smoothly the white kitchen design of your space. Some other suggestions could be either one of our two new light granite deliveries: 

  • Marble.com - Derek 08:41PM, Feb 29 2012

    I think you should continue the white kitchen feel and use an elegant, classic and light subway tile for the backsplash. My recommendation is a simple ceramic subway tile. However, if you'd like to make things a little more interesting, something such as a Somer Tile Relfections Subway Ming Glass mosaic would look stunning. I've attached pictures for your reference. 

  • Stevie B. 05:03PM, Feb 27 2012

    We are trying to select a granite counter top to go with BM Acadia White cabinets (French Provincial/farm style), stainless steel appliances, and stainless farm apron sink. Floors are a narrow plank, natural white oak (tans, creams). There is also a narrow prep tablewith butcher block top; the table will be painted a matte, vintaged black to match two base cabinets on either side of the stove. The walls are a light blue-grey and trim and casings are also Acadia White (Pearl/Satin finish). There is a small dining area painted a light Cinnamon (pink/tan) that leads into the kitchen through an arch way.
    White Spring seems to be a good choice for the counter tops. What do you think/suggest?

  • Sarah1193 06:54PM, Feb 26 2012

    I have cream glaze cupboards and purchased White Springs Granite, have stainless steel appliances and light beige tile, one window in kitchen. Any suggestions for paint and backsplash?  Our tile installer wants us to get a marble as I am leaning towards a subway style placement for the tile.  Thanks!

  • Marble.com - Derek 03:20PM, Feb 25 2012

    I would not use a pure, solid white countertop. I'd use a granite color such as Delicatus, New Colonial Gold, or River Valley to add some movement and depth to the design. Other than that, I think you're on the right track! In addition, I've created a Comparison Table of these suggestions for you, check it out here: 

  • Maryritzey 01:33PM, Feb 21 2012 I need your help. I have a black marble-like linoleum floor, off- white cabinets and black appliances. My kitchen is  in the back of a center-hall foyer which has black and white marble floors throughout. Would white countertops with one of the glass black-spashes that you suggested earlier be too boring?
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:32PM, Feb 15 2012 I like the White Spring with your cabinets. To spice it up a bit, you can add a decorative backsplash like Stoneology 3D Weave Honey Onyx, Anatolia Ledgestone Beachwalk or Anatolia Bliss Cotton Wood Linear Mosaic. The Verde Butterfly is definitely not going out of style so you can absolutely use it with confidence. With that stone, I would use a glass backsplash like ICL Luminous Glass Mosaic Tiles, Ice Lava Random Brick Border or Innova Snowy Owl Magic Border. If you like the White Spring, go for it! It’s a beautiful choice.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 12:44PM, Feb 15 2012 Once you narrow down you choices, we would love to know!
  • Marble.com - Derek 02:33PM, Feb 14 2012 We're running low on the White Spring at the moment. My inventory tells me we only have remnants left at our South Plainfield, NJ location, but you should call their sales office to confirm that.
  • Pchl17 03:33AM, Feb 12 2012 I need your help.  I have to make a decision yesterday.  I have white/white cabinets and a Bruce hardwood Maple Cinnamon floor. I was looking at White Spring granite (which everyone thinks is too light and will make a boring kitchen) Verde Butterfly, which doesn’t have any movement and I have been told that green granite is out of style now.  What do you suggest?  Will White Spring be boring? What back splash would you suggest for each of the granites?  Thank you for your help
  • Tracie S. 09:53PM, Feb 9 2012 Thank you both for your suggestions...gives me a good start!  :)
  • Marble.com - Derek 06:06PM, Feb 4 2012 I'll chime in with my recommendations, take a look at shades such as Benjamin Moore "Straw Hat", "Lemonade", and "Creme Brulee".
  • Marble.com - Derek 09:05PM, Feb 3 2012 That's not nice that your builder will not allow his own client to choose what will make him or her happy in the end. However, may you tell us what is the exact color and wood type of your cabinets? Or a picture would be great. But from what you've explained, I still feel the Ubatuba will work nicely as it's a timeless and classic choice. It's popular choice for a strong durability and beautiful flecks in the stone. You have to, just as Kinga described, add lighter accenting elements into the design to offset the darker combination of cabinet and countertop. A lighter backsplash, knobs and paint color will help you in this goal.
  • Marble.com - Derek 07:15PM, Feb 1 2012 I'd use a backsplash tile that compliments the White Spring granite, such as a White Carrara Mini Brick Mosaic or a Somer Tile Reflections Subway & Ming Glass Mosaic. I've attached images for your reference.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:07PM, Feb 1 2012 Check out Benjamin Moore’s “Moccasin”, “Antique Lace” and “Mayonnaise”. My favorite of the three is the “Mayonnaise” as it’s light, warm and inviting. Let me know what you think!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 02:59PM, Feb 1 2012 It’s unfortunate to hear your builder will not allow a change to the granite you are leaning towards. However, the Ubatuba will work just fine if you use light accents like a tumbled marble backsplash, knobs and pulls, and even light decorations. Remember, the granite you are purchasing has a mirror finish; therefore, it will reflect whatever you put on it. So if you place white flower vases with other decorative elements, the granite will feel much lighter. Also, if you have an option to use under cabinet light, I say go for it! It will add even more light to the space. You can paint your cabinets if you want but I wouldn’t recommend it since they are brand new. Ask your builder if it’s at all possible to change the granite to a stone like Santa Cecilia which is much lighter than the Ubatuba and just as beautiful. Usually these two granites are close in price so maybe he will agree without up-charging you. Let me know what you think!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 02:43PM, Feb 1 2012 Since the family room has a warm and neutral paint, you can definitely carry that into the kitchen. However, if you want to separate the spaces using paint, I would recommend going light like Benjamin Moore’s “White Cloud” or “Alpine White” to continue the bright and airy feel of the space. For backsplash, a Keramia Terra Blanco or Calacatta Gold honed would be an appropriate choice as would a simple White Subway tile. You can also use a decorative border pulling out colors from your granite to spice up the backsplash a bit. Let me know what you think!
  • Cynthia Harmel 04:50AM, Feb 1 2012 I have espresso cabinets with white springs granite countertop and backsplash. The hardwood floors are natural oak and all appliances are stainless steel. The sinks are white cats iron. Can you make some paint suggestions that could warm up the room. It flows into the casual dining area and into living room. Please help!!! Painter coming Friday!!!
  • Madhusudha09 04:47AM, Jan 31 2012 Hi our house is in process actually we choose dark brown cabinets and uba tuba granite at 1st and in between the process we found out that both dark colors don't look good and want to change to white springs but the thing is as we already choose the house builders doesn't want to change the granite of uba tuba to white springs...and if so they change they will charge us a lot money so my question is white springs good r uba tuba good? Even if don't change. To. White springs what can we do later we move in to the house can we change color of cabinets without braking them...
    It's brand new home.thank u
  • Tracie Saelinger 04:42PM, Jan 29 2012 Hi...we are doing new off white cabinets w/ mocha glaze and a walnut island.  I would like to use white spring granite. I have stainless appliances/sink but oil rubbed bronze handles and light fixtures.  The family room walls(opens up from the kitchen) are painted restoration hardware "saffron" . I want a simple backsplash with a bit of decoration (ie bronze/copper trim or whatever).  I need help figuring out the backsplash tile color/type and wall color!!!!  Do you have any suggestions??? Desperate!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 04:37PM, Jan 10 2012 You are very welcome! Please let us know how your search goes!
  • VJ 03:20PM, Jan 10 2012 Thank you for both of your suggestions.  I'll check them out. 
  • Marble.com - Derek 03:09PM, Jan 10 2012 Seems like you're on track with a strong vision to create very beautiful and warm kitchen. For the backsplash, my suggestions are options such as Mazia Beige travertine mosaic with glass inserts, as well as Capadoccia glass & tumbled travertine. I've attached pictures for your reference, so let me how you feel about these possible choices!
  • VJ 05:46PM, Jan 6 2012 Our kitchen is a large L-shaped floor plan with a 4' x 8' center island.  We've chosen medium toned warm cherry cabinets with a traditional door front, Yellow River granite and I-Travertini procelain tile (collezioni or collection is Capri) in the Crema color (www.ceramichecapri.it  c). We are ready to select a backsplash which I would like to be plain/simple--something that I won't tire of over the years--perhaps bisque or biscut toned subway tile.  There are some cream spots in the granite, but predominately warm tones, copper, and silver, bluegrey veining.  I want to use the same backsplash in the adjacent bar area and powder room.  I like a lot of the glass, thin, linear, contemporary, and little mosaic tiles, but I need to stay traditional to blend with the rest of the decor of my house.  I have Benjamin Moore Lighthouse Landing paint and white painted woodwork doors, windows and crown molding. Appliances are Stainless. What would you suggest for the backsplash?  Thank You.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 01:17PM, Jan 6 2012 I like the direction you are heading in. I also like the idea of the Bursa Beige marble, as suggested by Derek, paired with Marazzi Vesale Stone Moss Diamond Mosaic used as a boarder. Let me know what you think!
  • Marble.com - Derek 03:18PM, Jan 5 2012 Your set-up is shaping up to be very elegant and quite contemporary. For the backsplash, a cleaner, simple, and complimentary hexagonal pattern out of natural stone could be Bursa Beige marble, I've attached a picture for your reference. I'd also like to add another suggestion that compliments the design nicely and is a clean, crisp look. It's Durango Classic Mosaic in a Diamonte Grande pattern. I've attached a picture for you.
  • RP 10:29PM, Jan 4 2012 We've chosen white spring for our kitchen counter tops and a medium brown for our cabinets.  our floors will also be a medium/dark brown hardwood.  Any recommendation on a backsplash color?  I chose a hexagon pattern in a neutral beige/brown stone pattern, but one of the interior design "experts" at a chain store said that backsplash would look too "dirty".  I don't want shiny glass back splash like everyone else.  Any suggestions on color/finish?  Thanks!
  • Marble.com - Derek 09:25PM, Dec 21 2011 The best decision would be to use a lighter granite for contrast as you've stated, such as Delicatus, Kashmir White, or Bianco Antico. The White Spring that Kinga mentioned is also an appropriate choice. Since it's the bathroom, there will not be any potential oil or red wine stains, just soap and water, so using a lighter granite is perfectly fine. Good luck!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 03:26PM, Dec 20 2011 Lighter stones are more porous and require more sealing than darker stones. However, sealing is a very simple process that takes a couple of minutes. I would recommend a lighter stone for a bath as it will brighten up the space and make it feel larger. I’m leaning towards the espresso vanity paired with the above-pictured White Spring.  I feel it’s a serene, peaceful and stylish combination.
  • Sara 03:21PM, Dec 18 2011 We are working on our bathroom and the two plans we have are either espresso cabinets/vanity or a driftwood grey - The floors are a white / grey swirl and the shower/ bath area will be a white ceramic subway tile either 6x3 or 8x4. Would you have any recommendations for the top of the vanity ...on the lighter side? Also, the original plan was to have white cabinets and the designer recommended Blue Pearl...wanted to let you know if that changes the price point and durability. Thank you.
  • Marble.com - Derek 09:51PM, Nov 9 2011 In addition to Kinga's wonderful recommendations, you can also take a look at Benjamin Moore "Linen White" for a neutral option. Good luck!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 01:40PM, Nov 9 2011 Check out Benjamin Moore’s “Wood Ash”, “November Rain” and “Morning Dew”. I feel these colors are light, warm and inviting as well as wonderful options to compliment your granite. Let me know what you think!
  • Jacqueline Hatcher 02:03AM, Nov 7 2011 Like your suggestion for the tile.  I think for the wall color I would like something neutral.  Faucets will be matted bronze.
  • Marble.com - Derek 06:43PM, Nov 4 2011 I recommend a porcelain tile such as "Shell" in our selection. I've attached an image for your reference. As for as wall color, anything you've envisioned so far? Do you want a warm color, or more on the soft, neutral side?
  • Jacqueline Hatcher 02:35AM, Nov 3 2011 We are in the process of having our kitchen remodeled.  We have chosen very dark brown cabinets and white springs granite. Our sinks are dark brown hammered copper.  Do you have any suggestions for the flooring and paint color?
  • Marble.com - Derek 05:39PM, Oct 27 2011 If possible, a picture of the kitchen would help us visualize your kitchen for more accurate suggestions. I think you should take a look at colors such as Sunset Ivory, Colonial Cream, Ivory Fantasy and Juparana Vyara.
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:45PM, Oct 27 2011 I recommend to get samples of both the red accent border tile and tan/beige/off-white accent border tile to go along with a white subway tile. If you're going to use the tan option, something like the picture I've attached would fit in quite well.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 08:44PM, Oct 25 2011 From what you described, your kitchen seems to have lots of movement and a lot happening at once. I’m afraid if you change the color of the island cabinets, the space might feel too busy. Take a look at the Astoria, Kashmir Gold and Milky White. Let me know how you feel about these suggestions!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 08:22PM, Oct 25 2011 I’m leaning towards a white subway tile to give your kitchen that clean, crisp and airy feel. Adding a decorative glass border will definitely spice up the backsplash without overpowering the space. Let me know what you think!
  • Mccallm 02:48PM, Oct 25 2011 Hi, I was wondering if you could give me some ideas on picking a granite color for my kitchen. My floors are a creamy white tile with a taupe veining in it. My cabinets are  natural cherry. ( lots of gold tones) The back splash is like a tumbled stone tiles in variations of cream and light taupe with an accent design in a Terra cotta color. I have stainless steel appliances and a big island, ( which I would also like to change, perhaps a different color then the cabinets???) what do you think??
  • Smita 10:36PM, Oct 24 2011 We have chosen White Spring granite for our kitchen remodel. Our cabinets and all appliances are white. White tile flooring as well.
    We are thinking of choices and patterns for the back splash. Picked out white boreal ceramic tile with red glass accents, but now I'm wondering if the back splash should have tan/off white color so that it flows evenly with the granite (our slabs have cream, gray & red splashes of color). Thanks!
  • Marble.com - Derek 07:01PM, Aug 31 2011
    White Springs is a gorgeous choice that will compliment your lighter colored cabinetry while creating a sleek contrast against the island. Another option could be Bianco Antico. I've created a Comparison Table for you, good luck! http://www.marble.com/material...
  • Sullygm 03:01PM, Aug 25 2011 I am renovatimg my kitchen and am installing white cabinets and with an ebony peninsula.  I have been shopping for granite (I really wanted marble, but realize it is too porous).  I like the look of White Spring.....I have hardwood floors (sort of a chestnut color).  I was thinking of tumbled marble as a backsplash, but I saw a backsplash that was white tile, marble and clear glass and thought it looked great.  I want a clean, simple look... do you think this will work?  My kitchen is pretty small, so no on item should be overwhelming.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 01:51PM, Jul 19 2011 I agree. The Capadoccia Glass Mosaic would look beautiful against the expresso cabinets and Delicatus.
  • Marble.com - Derek 12:49PM, Jul 19 2011 A picture of the floor tile would be helpful, but my pick goes for our Capadoccia Glass Mosaic to go against your Delicatus granite. It's a warm combination and the colors fit the design. Let me know what you think.
  • Marble.com - Kinga 12:41PM, Jul 18 2011 Nandachelle,
    I was trying to find a photo of the floor tile but I cannot seem to find it. Without knowing what your floor tile looks like, I won’t be able to provide you with advice. Can you attach a photo?
  • Nandachelle 04:21AM, Jul 16 2011 I need help! I have Expresso cabinets, my granite is Delicatus(no orange or yellow) alot of cream and mushroom type colors, my floors are tile from Mercer they are a color called morphos, I have no idea for glass tile backsplash I have been looking for 3 months please help!
  • Marble.com - Kinga 02:58PM, Jul 12 2011 Also take a look at Benjamin Moore’s “Alpine White” or “Fresh Air”.
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:46PM, Jul 12 2011 Take a look at Benjamin Moore "Barely Beige" and "Navajo White". Let me know what you think!
  • Janiellkslp 09:49PM, Jul 9 2011 Hi, I have dark cabinets, white spring contertp and tumble travertine floors in a multicolor beige color. My backsplash is beige travertine (think I should have used noce but oh well0. I am having trouble deciding on wall color. Do you have a favorite beige or light tone color suggestion that would work well with the travertine and backsplash? My whitespring has more of a greenish taupy tone in it, and also red.
  • Marble.com - Derek 04:37PM, Jul 8 2011 White Spring is great, along with Bianco Antico, and Delicatus. Just make sure the tile does not clash with these colors, so you may want to look for slabs that have some slight brown undertones or veins in them.
  • Van 10:44PM, Jul 5 2011 I have warm rich cherry cabinets and an 18"porcelain off white travertine-like tile for the floor. I have a dark kitchen and don't want to go too dark on the countertops. Problem is the tile has a warm brown streaking that turns reddish or makes the tile go dirty warm against some of the white granites. I want to avoid having a gold or rust or orange to the granite because I think it will be too restrictive for wall color if I paint with cool tones, so which granite would be more neutral?  My tile looks nice with Pompeii and some Yellow River slabs.  Would White Spring work? Suggestions Pleas
  • Marble.com - Derek 01:58PM, Jun 24 2011 I'm leaning towards White Spring. While it varies between each slab, White Spring generally has some creamy undertones that would compliment your cabinet nicely. The White Fantasy has more gray veining, and may be more appropriate for a stark white cabinet color. Hope this helps.
  • Angie 12:07AM, Jun 24 2011 I am having my kitchen done, in a cream color cabinet with coco glaze.  I love the look of marble, would you suggest white fantsy, or would white spring go better.  My breakfast bay will be a medium brown, with rye glaze.  Help...which would you choose?
  • Donna 05:59PM, Apr 26 2011 I'm trying to update a 50s square-shaped kitchen with breakfast bar. Floors are honey oak. New appliances are stainless, gas stove with black cooktop, and cabinets are currently white-but can paint. What backsplash and cabinet color would look good with the White Spring granite?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:30PM, Apr 28 2011 Donna: Donna: You may keep the cabinets light as they are or paint a dark cherry color to really offset the lighter White Spring granite. For backsplash try a tumbled Botticino marble tile.
  • michele resnick 07:41PM, Apr 6 2011 I am thinking of using white springs for my countertops of the perimeter cabinets and peninsula. I will be using medium/dark walnut flooring and my cabinets will be a glazed offwhite/cream with a slight pewter lglaze.Do you think that will work or be too much cream. NOt sure of backsplash, either the white springs granite or a light taupe glass subway tile??
    • All Granite and Marble 10:09AM, Apr 7 2011 Michele Resnick: I think it's fine, the floor will offset the light elements of your design. For backsplash, I recommend continuing with a full White Springs backsplash.
  • Winnie 05:44AM, Apr 2 2011 I want to remodel my kitchen to a contemporary style. I'm planning to have dark chocolate maple cabinets with White Spring granite countertop. I think it might be too overpowering if I have the White Spring as full backsplash. What do you think? I'm thinking about having glass tile as backsplash instead. Any other tiles or glass tiles color recommendations?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:39PM, Apr 2 2011 Winnie: I don't think the White Spring will be too busy for a full backsplash. The opposite, it would look very nice against the dark cabinet. But a white glass subway tile is also appropriate in this situation.
  • Kathy Oakley 01:28PM, Mar 13 2011 We have white spring countertops and can not decide on a backsplash design. since the white spring has so much movement, we're just not sure what would look best with it. One end of the kitchen is a brick wall with muted reds. The bricks do meet the backsplash. Any ideas?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:30PM, Mar 14 2011 Kathy Oakley: I'd use a simple white subway tile for a soft look against the White Spring, perhaps with some red accents to compliment the brick.
  • Ronald 03:57PM, Dec 2 2010 We're looking for granite because of its practical durability , that looks as close to calacutta or danby marble as possibe. Would this granite give us that look? Trying to achineve that French look,; the cabinets we chose are natural maple; not sure yet what we'll put on the floor, and we're thinking of white subway tile look for the backsplash, with perhaps a mosaic accent with copper mixed in behind the stove. Suggestions and comments welcome.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:26AM, Dec 3 2010 Ronald: Please take a look at White Vermont and White Fantasy.
  • Mary 09:56PM, Aug 17 2010 I have a tumbled porcelain floor that has a lot of different colors ranging from gray to beige and even a little russet. Our cabinets are cherry with a cherry stain. We want to maintain a very "comfortable kitchen. We also have white appliances. I really like white sping will it go? My husband is afraid it would be to modern of a look and wants something warmer. I say we can warm it up with a backsplash? Do you have any other suggestions
    • All Granite and Marble 10:39AM, Aug 18 2010 Mary: You may use the White Spring and it will offset the cherry cabinets nicely. As for backsplash, try tumbled noce travertine tile. For a choice in the gold tones for more initial warmth, I suggest Golden Beach or Kashmir Gold.
  • Debra Bass 01:52PM, Aug 9 2010 Yes, I have White Spring in my kitchen. I have wood floors, medium to dark oak and then I have all white woodwork. I have lots of windows but I am wanting to paint my walls and was wondering what color of paint would look best and that would really blend in with my granite and pop out the white wood work.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:01AM, Aug 10 2010 Debra Bass: For wall color try Benjamin Moore "Iceberg".
  • Carla 01:23PM, Apr 20 2010 I thought I had decided on white spring for my kitchen, which you said would look great with my natural cherry cabinets, in a dark kitchen. The problem is, once I brought home a sample of white spring and sagebrush(origin-Africa) I thought the sagebrush looked warmer than the white background in the white spring granite. There is some pink tones in some of the sagebrush slabs I've looked at, and am not sure if this is a problem with cherry. Your thoughts?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:59AM, Apr 21 2010 Carla: That's going in a different direction, instead of contrast it will create a right and elegant atmosphere, and compliment the cherry nicely. Nothing wrong with this.
  • Carla 04:11PM, Apr 2 2010 I have natural cherry kitchen cabinets with black appliance in a dark kitchen. Would white spring work?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:07AM, Apr 3 2010 Carla: Absolutely!
  • Terry 06:09PM, Feb 19 2010 I have white spring counters and was wanting to paint my cupboards a very creamy color with a hint of yellow. Do you think this would be a good combo? Any suggestions on color.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:12AM, Feb 22 2010 Terry: That is an excellent idea! Go for it.
  • Suzanne 04:11PM, Feb 15 2010 can you quote me an 80" vanity top with double bowl in the White Spring granite? Thanks!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:10AM, Feb 16 2010 Suzanne: For pricing please contact the sales office.
  • julie angello 09:25AM, Feb 10 2010 What is price per sf or linear ft of White Spring Granite???
    • All Granite and Marble 09:23AM, Feb 11 2010 julie angello: For pricing contact the sales office.
  • Mary G 05:09PM, Jan 7 2010 In your opinion would the White Spring work with cherry cabinetry or be better with cabinets painted taupe or linen?
    • All Granite and Marble 07:40AM, Jan 8 2010 Mary G: It would look gorgeous with cherry cabinets. Good contrast and very sleek.
  • vincent Cajano 02:51PM, May 10 2009 I have a kitchen I am installing in about 3-5 weeks waiting for the cabinets. I need 2 pieces of white spring 7.5 and 5.5 one sink cut and with a 4 inch splash
    • All Granite and Marble 11:11AM, May 11 2009 vincent Cajano : Call our sales office for an estimate.
  • Llisa 12:09PM, Mar 13 2008 Please let me know USA pricing and size of 3cm white spring. Also let me know if you caring any New Venetain Gold, UBA tuba, Verde Butterfly, Giallo Imperial an let me know size an price of those too. Thank you Lisa
    • All Granite and Marble 02:54PM, Apr 3 2008 Llisa: We do not resell our slabs. Sorry. If you are in the tri-state area, we can fabricate and install your tops.