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Elina, it may be too dark, perhaps you would be better off going with a terracotta style tile for a nicely contrasted warm look.
We don't actually sell granite tiles but what I could recommend is stopping by one of our locations with this stone and asking for a sample. This way you can bring it with you when you're out floor shopping.
My cabinets are light wood. I was thinking of using imperial black granite tiles as the floor, but I have a small kitchen and I'm afraid it's too dark and won't look good with the Juparana Bordeaux countertop and backsplash.
I'm using this as my countertop and backsplash. I need help on finding a floor the matches, can you recommend a granite floor?
Travertine is the way to go for sure!
How can we help you Lisa? Do you have Formica or are you looking to go with Granite?
nNeed help w/backsplash, handles, &/or knobs. We have traditional ranch home, 1960. Just put in white oak kitchen cabinets, that I regret! Used antique mascarella countertop by Formica, that I regret! I thought countertop had more black/white running thru it? Dk. wood floor. Wanting to pull countertop & cabinets together. Any Suggestions, please?
Need help with a backsplash choice. We will have natural cherry cabinets in out kitchen, and have chosen Juparana Bordeaux for the countertops. Looking for a lighter backsplash tile with just a blush of warm color to blend. We cannot seem to find a tumbled stone with just a hint of warmpth. Any suggestions? Floors are hardwood-red oak
Hi, First I would like to apologies you for delay of responding, but we had a system update and we missed your post. I would recommend you to go with mosaic backplash that will catch the eye. One is a glass tile from the Mirabelle Collection in a peat brown color in a brick pattern. Also, an interesting idea would be the ever-popular Fire and Ice backsplash tile series which is a lighter choice for contrast. I've attached photos of my suggestions for your reference. Good luck!
Cindy • 14 days ago −+ Flag as inappropriate Hi, We are in the process of doing some updates to our 1950's ranch kitchen. Cabinet we choose are maple slab doors with cognac stain. We like the cleanliness of the cabinets along with sleek brushed nickel hardware. Verde peacock granite counter tops, all black appliances with ss handles and black sink. Having a difficult time with back splash. We put in lighter pergo flooring 3 years ago and do not want to change it. Help???? Thanks so much..... 2nd request??
Hi, Please accept my depest apology in delay of responding. I would use a lighter and neutral backsplash to offset black granite with cherry cabinets. I have two suggestions for a backsplash: Mocha Splitface Vesrailles Travertine Mosaic and Mediterranean Ivory Tumbled Travertine, please take a look at the attachments. Regarding to your walls I would go with Netsuke SW 6134 of Sherwin Williams or Sierra Tan Color, which I also attached you. I hope I could help !
Hello, I have cherry paprika color cabinets and black granite (with the same cherry paprika color in the black granite) our appliances are stainless steel with some black on them. what color walls should I paint my kitchen. I was also wondering what color back splash should I go with?
Hi, We are in the process of doing some updates to our 1950's ranch kitchen. Cabinet we choose are maple slab doors with cognac stain. We like the cleanliness of the cabinets along with sleek brushed nickel hardware. Verde peacock granite counter tops, all black appliances with ss handles and black sink. Having a difficult time with back splash. We put in lighter pergo flooring 3 years ago and do not want to change it. Help???? Thanks so much
Hi, I would recommend you a soft and neutral backsplash choice with beige and creme undertones to complement the Giallo cream counters such as Mediterranean Ivory tumbled travertine or Oyster Mix Flamed tumbled travertine, please see the attachments. In regard to floor tiles, a choice such as Daltile Fidenza Bianco porcelain tile seems appropriate. I hope it will work !
hello I have choosen Giallo cream granite and maple cabinates (royal mahagony stain). Wondering what to choose for blacksplash (want a square as well on cooktop) and kitchen flooring?
Hello there. I'm leaning toward a light color for an efficient contrast to offset the cherry wood. Specifically, I have warm options in-mind such as Santa Cecilia Classic or for more movement try our popular Astoria granite.
Hi. I recommend you go with a countertop which will give you a contrast and more space. I think that Ambrosia White is a really beautiful stone with burgund spots which will complete each other. Also look at the example of Ivory Brown Stone: http://www.marble.com/material... , it also might work. Good Luck !
Hello ! We have just ordered Cherry cabinets with Autumn finish w/ ebony glaze what color granite would go best ?
Well, the exotic colors such as the Bordeaux family of stones surely have bursts of beautiful color that would make the countertops a center-piece of your kitchen design (which is not a bad thing, if you want it to be so). I also recommend others such as Netuno Bordeaux or Siena Bordeaux which may be a little bit softer in terms of strength of color. In regard of sink material, granite composite sinks are popular right now, however you cannot go wrong with a timeless & classic stainless steel sink. Lastly, I think that oil rubbed bronze hardware looks very elegant and is an appropriate choice.
We are renovating our interior and have come to the kitchen. Cabinets are pickled - subtle pinkish cast, appliances are brushed SS with stove top in black. New flooring is Mannington Adura in Timber Ridge - a medium brown hickory with a lot of grain and pattern (if 'movement' is a term for wood, too, there is a lot of it.). Paint is Behr Earth Tone and the kitchen looks into the family room painted Sherwin Williams Bona Fide Beige. We love Bordeaux, Crema Bordeaux, and Monte Carlo for the countertops, but considering the grain and 'busyness' in the floor, are the exotic granites choices too much pattern? Also, what would you suggest for a new sink material? And lastly, would the change to oil rubbed bronze be acceptable for new hardware?
Hi again Sharon. In terms of availability of us in your area, we are not able to directly service you. However, we have affiliated fabricators in your area that can contact you with an estimate -- just fill out our estimate request here: www.marble.com/estimate In regard to vinyl flooring, that's a wonderful idea! I like the Armstrong.com series because they offer a versatile array of designs. Specifically, colors such as Annabelle - Tycoon Tan or Ashmore - Barcelon Beige that Armstrong offers would be appropriate options for your set-up. I've attached examples of these choices for your easy reference. Hope this helps!
Thanks, Derek, (my grandson's name as well). I liked the Cafe Amazonia and the flooring you recommended but would like to go to a vinyl tile where I have the look of tile but the flooring is softer and warmer--besides no grout to worry about. Do you have any suggestions that way? Our vacation home in Florida is where the new kitchen will be installed and I wondered if you have any dealers in Central Florida (around Winter Haven area). Thank you.
Hi Sharon. A few similar choices to Tropical Brown that would also provide that contrast you're seeking would be Imperial Coffee, Copa Gold, Bahia Brown, Cafe Amazonia, and Giallo Vicenza Royal. In regard to the flooring tile, I recommend a warm porcelain or ceramic hue such as Daltile Stratford Place Willow Branch or Daltile Continental Slate Egyptian Beige. I've attached photos for your easy reference. Best of luck!
I have white cabinets with a pewter glaze, appliances are also white. Kitchen is small and open to dining and living areas which feature off white furniture, carpet in living room is teal and accessories are brown tones. Tropical Brown granite countertops was my choice to pull it all together but the mine in Saudia Arabia is closed. Any suggestions for granite or quartz as well as flooring for the kitchen which will extend into the dining area. Thank you for any help.
Hi Linda. Well, I can give you some countertop suggestions. I recommend to check out colors such as the Bordeaux featured on this page, Golden Rock, and Exotic Gold. Let me know your thoughts on these! They are dark enough to contrast the cabinets but complement the subtle pinkness of your cabinet shade.
i have maple frost cabinets. they tend to look pinky and peachy in some ways. trying to find a granite color and floor color to go with this. i want the floor to be ceramic
I recommend a durable and consistent pattern color for the perimeter with warm highlights, such as the Giallo Napoleone or Ouro Brasil. As far as the island, this piece can have more movement and a rich pattern to make the island a focal point of the kitchen design. Take a look at colors such as Bordeaux, Gold Antique, and Golden Dream. Hope this helps!
We are building a new home and have chosen Merillat cherry portrait cabinets in paprika finish. The oak floor stain color is gunstock. We are looking for suggestions for granite color. We have a large island and were even thinking of possibly using a separate color for the perimeter of the room and a separate color for the island. It is a very open kitchen and will get lots of light. We like the golds, orange and red colors best
Hello! Sounds like you could be on the right track. Although I would probably just the neutral beige shade throughout the whole kitchen. My recommendations are from the Benjamin Moore series: Barely Beige, Honeyed Almond, and Lighthouse Landing. Good luck!
I am installing giallio ornamental granite with maple cabinets that are a honey color with an onxy glaze. the floors are a brown hardwood. what color would you do the walls? I am thinking a rust color but only doing one side of the kitchen with that color and the rest since it opens to my living room and beige color
Much appreciated Natalia !
Hi Awpd11! My guesses for you to check out are Safari and Pearl Harbor in the Benjamin Moore Series. They look pretty close to me.
Unfortunately we do not have information on the wall color used, we only have details on the countertop itself that we installed.
What wall color was used in the above Bordeaux Granite kitchen ? Thanks
Thank you I will check it out!
I found laminate and ceramic tiles from Mannington for eco-conscious homeowners. They seem carry eco-friendly products that contain all-natural or recycled materials (according to their web site). Check out Slate Valley and Parchment in their ceramic collection. They seem to carry a lot of tile that fit your description. Good luck!
I am remodelling entire kitchen. We have cream or antique white cabinets with brushed stainless hardware and stainless appliances. . Cranberry tan brown granite counters and cherry island. Can you suggest colors for laminate or ceramic tiles. May go high end laminate due to cost of ceramic install and like the brick or herringbone look. Is there someone who carries this look and matching color scheme - cranberry/brown/rose/tan etc. Would also like it to be eco friendly.
That's very unique and interesting, I am not that familiar with SS backsplash, but from pictures it looks very elegant and easy to clean. I say go for it!
I have juparana bordeaux countertops in my kitchen (breakfast bar and island too so lots of granite). The cabinets are oak and the floor is a 24" travertine--the appliances are black or oak cabinet faced with black trim. I'm considering a stainless steel backsplash (the sink is stainless and looks great against the granite). I don't want anything to busy since the JB has a lot of movement & the cabinets have a strong grain....I'm not crazy about the cream colors as they pop too much. Thanks for your input! :) Trish
Sorry for the late response. My recommendation for backsplash tile in your situation is 2" x 2" sized Baja Cream tumbled travertine. I've attached an image for your reference. Good luck!
I'm not sure what Country Dream granite looks like, we do not have that color in-stock nor was I really able to find an accurate picture online. However, the Venetian Gold is a warm stone that could fit your design nicely. In regard to wall color, my recommendations for you to consider is Benjamin Moore line Creme Caramel or something similar to that. Such a color tone is a light, warm off-white shade as rich as the dessert for which it's named. It has just enough color to work as a soft neutral. Hope this helps!
We are remodeling our kitchen and we have a very light colored tile floor, almost a white, the kitchen cabinets are a pickled maple and stainless appliances. We are looking at two colors of granite- country dream and venetian gold. I am going to do black pearl on the island with a black glass cook top and a black composite sink. I think that by doing a travertine back splash would be nice. My question is is that the walls above the cabinets, around my pantry door and all in my eating area are covered with a navy wallpaper that is coming down tomorrow! YAY! What color to paint the new un-papered walls and what granite to do??? I'm leaning to the country dream, it is a pretty piece!Please suggest wall colors. My entire house is tan and I am a bit tired of that! Much appreciate your help.
I'm leaning toward the Tropical Brown because this shade of granite offsets the cabinet color nicely and I feel it compliments the darker hardwood floor.
I have honey maple cabinets and juperano bordeaux granite countertops. What tile would you recommend for backsplash? It's a large kitchen so it shouldnt' be too busy.
We now choose granite for our new kitchen and we are narrowing down to Tropic brown and New Venetian gold and it's really hard to have a final decision. We have medium maple spice cabinet and dark cherry hardwood floor. Which granite goes better with cabinet and floor? Give us an idea! Thank you. Tina
If you're going with hardwood flooring, then the option you're considering (mirage red oak sierra) is very appropriate would compliment the kitchen design quite nicely with it's warm tones.
I have maple praline cabinetsand santa cecilla granite, I dont have a clue to what to put on the floor I thought of puting in mirage red ok sierra flooring . any ideas thanks Cara
Congratulations on a very pretty floor, I'm sure a Dakota Mahogany floor looks quite stunning. You're on the right track with the Bordeaux. May I ask what color is the vanity (cabinet).
We have Dakota Mahogany granite flooring in our master bath and are replacing our vanity top with granite. I like juperana bordeaux because the colors are the reverse of the floor granite. Would this work or am I way off base?