Hi Monika. Are you leaning toward a dark or light cabinet color? For a nice contrast and crisp & clean feel, then you can use a stark or antiqued white cabinet color. If you want warmth and to complement the Tiberius granite, then I am leaning toward a wood such as cherry or red mahogany. Best of luck!
What color would go with Tiberius Granite?
how color cabinets would go with tiberius granite?
Yes! there are lots of suggestions that fit your criteria nicely. The Colonial Cream you mentioned is appropriate, along with choices such as New Colonial Dream, Romano Delicatus, Tiberious, and Zeus. Hope this helps!
I like more variation in the stone. Colonial Cream seems to be more defined color. Not really attracted to a consistent speckled pattern although some speckling is a nice accent. For this project, I would like to stay light. It is a Florida house so with the dark floors, I would like to keep it light. If the cabinets were a pure white, I would have looked at a quartzite that has the very stark white and some grey veining but with the cream color I don't think the grey veining will look as smart. Do you have any suggestions for really whiter backgrounds will more of a brown/gold accent?
Since this is quite an open design, let me ask you some questions to find out what kind of granite you're attracted to. Do you enjoy movements and veins in the stone, or a more consistent, speckled pattern? Are you leaning toward a dark or light color? For the separate island, you could use a different countertop material such as butcher block or marble.
We are building and have an open floor plan. I am putting in cabinets that are color silk by Homecrest which is an offwhite color. I will have medium dark hardwood floors nearby or even possibly in the kitchen. What are some suggestions for the granite. There is a small center island in addition to the island that separates the living space from the kitchen.