Kitchen - Juparana Golden Vyara Granite

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The warm golden tones in this Juparana granite create a rich and bright traditional design. The second level circular table provides plenty of space to enjoy a home cooked meal.


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  • Jennifer 06:43PM, Aug 3 2010 Love you site it is so helpfully with designing and picking out countier tops. Would you know who or where I could get the Pendant lights in this photo.. I love all your photos Thanks again for all your help.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:02AM, Aug 5 2010 Jennifer: Unfortunately we do not have information on what kind of pendant lights are those, sorry.
  • JT 10:24PM, Mar 4 2010 Thank you for your earlier response. Instead of Solarius, we found Desert Gold granite. The colors are lighter and seem to go well with oak cabinets and stainless appliances. The crystals in the slabs make a striking design but do they make the granite weaker or less durable than more solid looking pieces? The slabs we saw had 3" pieces missing on the edge as though the stone broke off. Would Desert Gold be a durable countertop? Thanks for your help.
    • All Granite and Marble 03:15PM, Mar 5 2010 JT: It's durable. Once the granite is installed and leveled in your kitchen, it will last a lifetime.
  • JT 05:49PM, Feb 26 2010 I thinking about updating our kitchen. Would keep medium oak cabinets and purchase new stainless appliances. Would a Solarius granite countertop work with these?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:54AM, Feb 27 2010 JT: Yes, Solarius is a very rich choice and it has some darker veining for contrast. Another stone that would look great and offset the cabinets more is Crema Bordeaux.
  • danielle 12:27AM, Feb 20 2010 Ever heard of a granite called mombasa and if yes, is it an high end granite
    • All Granite and Marble 10:40AM, Feb 22 2010 danielle: We don't carry this name. Our "Diletto" granite looks similar.
  • Teri Hartsoe 12:28PM, Feb 17 2010 I am looking for granite countertop for current cherry cabinets. Current floors are white with dark grey grout and some grey accent tiles. Would like something to afford some versatility in wall color choices, but tend towards tuscan colors (golds, browns w/ some red accents) I have pictures if that would help with your suggestions.
    • All Granite and Marble 02:33PM, Feb 17 2010 Teri Hartsoe: Try Crema Bordeaux or Madura Gold. You can send a picture using the "Contact Us" section.
  • Danielle 07:18PM, Jan 17 2010 Ever heard of SATURNIA. It is stunning! It sparkles a lot. We have one concern... the sample given to us is very brittle as it has lots of mica in it. Should we be worried about its durability, will it break easily once installed? It is exotic and very expensive. It will be our island and all counters of our kitchen. Would you have another granite just as beautiful? Help before it's too late!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:26AM, Jan 18 2010 Danielle: If the sample is brittle...then I would assume the slabs are the same, as the sample is cut straight out of a slab.
  • Rhonda 12:02PM, Jan 17 2010 If I were to send you a picture of my kitchen/living area,(it is all one open space)could you give me your suggestions? It is an extremely large area and I am leaning towards Shiva Kashmire Pink. However, I am concerned that there will be problems with the seams.
    • All Granite and Marble 10:23AM, Jan 18 2010 Rhonda: Use the "Contact Us" section to send a picture.
  • lynelle 10:48AM, Nov 9 2009 We like the more vain than the spotted granite. Love the Tiger Skin not sure if it is to dark with our cabinets. Giallo Vicenza is also very nice.
    • All Granite and Marble 08:53AM, Nov 10 2009 lynelle: Tiger Skin shouldn't be too dark. For something a little lighter take a look at New Venetian Gold.
  • Lynelle DeNapoli 08:52AM, Nov 8 2009 WE have chosen a Maple Hazelnut with a mocha glaze for our cabinets and the island is ivory with mocha. The floor is birch sunset 5" all the appliances are Stainless the island has a cooktop going in looking for a great granite to tie it all together one with out spots. Thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 10:23AM, Nov 9 2009 Lynelle DeNapoli: What do you mean by without spots?
  • maryetta 07:36PM, Oct 13 2009 bourbon noir, decora cabinets are a cherry brownish color. my flooring is a medium oak. thanks
    • All Granite and Marble 09:34AM, Oct 14 2009 maryetta: Do you want the countertops to contrast with the Oak cabinets or blend with them? Do you want movement or speckles? Many questions to consider. With your cabinets you can go either way, dark green tones will look nice, like Butterfly or Ubatuba. If you can afford it Blue Pearl is a bulletproof choice. For lighter granites check out Giallo Ornamental or the Juparana's.
  • maryetta 10:34PM, Oct 10 2009 I have bourbon noir, decora cabinets and oak flooring, need help with counter, please.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:02AM, Oct 12 2009 maryetta: What color are those cabinets?
  • candy 11:11AM, Oct 8 2009 We have a large kichen with lots of light, med red oak flooring and white cabinets. There is a large 7x7 foot island that dominates the kitchen. My fabricator said to choose something with movement because the island is so large vs the speckaled look. The family room next to the kitchen has a red brick fire place and I have a large brick colored sectional with kahki painted walls. Your ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! I was looking at sienna and creama bordeaux juparana areai or blacks or uba tuba?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:31PM, Oct 8 2009 candy: Go with a stone from the Bordeaux family, they are rich in color and warmth.
  • linda 03:32PM, Aug 30 2009 We are doing a new kitchen with maple cabinets with sandlewood glaze, our island will be cherry wood, our floors will be Brazialian cherry-5" plank. We have a good amount of natural light. Our family room is adjacent and is done in warm colors, such as golds, reds and greens. What granite do you recommend for the counters. Should it be the same throughout or different on the island?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:02AM, Aug 31 2009 linda: I recommend for the granite to be the same around the whole kitchen, take a look at stones like New Venetian Gold, Giallo Ornamental.
  • Laura 03:11PM, Aug 22 2009 I have traditional oak cabinets and oak floors. What type of granite will look the best? I have 4 small children
    • All Granite and Marble 08:27AM, Aug 24 2009 Laura: Something like Santa Cecilia is simple and effective.
  • russ 02:21PM, Aug 13 2009 honey oak cabinets on a cappucino porcelain floor with sky blue painted backsplash will go with IVORY FANTASY countertop?
    • All Granite and Marble 03:18PM, Aug 13 2009 russ: Absolutely!
  • dawn 09:38PM, Aug 5 2009 i am getting kraftmaid cherry cabinets in cabernet finish (dark brown/reddish) would kasmir gold look good? how about butterfly?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:23AM, Aug 6 2009 dawn: Kashmir Gold would look wonderful, plenty of contrast. Butterfly would create a warm look and also work if your kitchen is spacious and has plenty of natural light.
  • D 09:28PM, Aug 1 2009 I have white appliances, medium cherry cabinets with beveled interior section on doors and shiny brass knobs. Would you suggest a white cast iron or ss sink? Isn't white cleaner looking than ss? If white, what color faucet? If ss, what color faucet? The kitchen is L-shaped with an island. It opens into an eat-in dining area and then into a great room. The walls have a lot of angles. Is it best to get a rectangular sink or is a D-shape okay with its curved edges? Thanks so much!
    • All Granite and Marble 10:16AM, Aug 3 2009 D: SS is a more modern, industrial look that will never go out of style. The white cast iron however is very sleek and will tie-in with the appliances. Both choices would work just fine. And the dilemma between d-shape and rectangular -- i personally see more people take d-shape, its bigger, although the faucet has to go on the side.
  • malaika 03:35PM, Jun 3 2009 I chose light maple cabinets and emerald pearl granite countertop. Which product/color backsplash and floor tile will match to give it a nice contemporary look.
    • All Granite and Marble 05:22PM, Jun 3 2009 malaika: For Backsplash you could use some sort of glass tile. For floor, a very plain, pattern-less ceramic/porcelain tile.
  • Karen 12:26PM, Jun 1 2009 My husband and I are shopping for granite for our kitchen countertops. I once noticed in a kitchen that the edge looked somewhat lighter than the countertop. Do some types of edging cause that or is that caused by a less desirable fabricator?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:52AM, Jun 2 2009 Karen: It can be attributed two things or a combination of them. First, improper fabrication. Low quality polishing tools and "dry polishing" create a less glossy edge which tends to look pale compared to the top surface. Secondly, resin coated stones. Some stones are coated with a resin (at the quarry). When the edge is routed, the resin is not there and that creates the difference. There are products that can be applied to the edge to match the color with the top. In either situation, the problem CAN be corrected.
  • rosemarie 08:01PM, Apr 28 2009 i have oak cabinets whie /pink tile floor my grainte has black brown mix what color backsplash and paint do i use
    • All Granite and Marble 08:50AM, Apr 30 2009 rosemarie: Try to find the lightest color you can in the granite. See if that works for the rest of the kitchen.
  • bev 11:36AM, Mar 24 2009 The colour of my cabinets and drawers are the same as the 20th one in your cabinet display samples. Quite a deep colour
  • bev 09:13PM, Mar 22 2009 I have mod size kitchen with not alot of sun shining in so it is not too dark or very bright kitchen. I have light oak floors and alot of cherry wood cupboards , drawers, and stainless appliances. We also will be having an island at one end of the cupboards for seating 5 adults. What would be a good choice of granite?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:37AM, Mar 25 2009 bev: Due to the large countertop surface, I would recommend going with a light stone with a dramatic/intense pattern. Look up Colonial Gold and Bianco Romano.
  • m laporte 06:06PM, Feb 21 2009 is there such a thing as a solid color I would like brown
    • All Granite and Marble 10:00AM, Feb 24 2009 m laporte: Try Platinum Bahia.
  • Ovais 04:01PM, Feb 20 2009 I tend to prefer warm colors--I also have a river rock fireplace in the kitchen and just need the granite for the perimeter of the kitchen. I considered golden beaches, tan brown, Giallo veneziano--any suggestions?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:45AM, Feb 24 2009 Ovais: All good choices. Check Golden Valley, Madura Gold and the like.
  • Chelle 11:21AM, Feb 7 2009 I have a log home-yellow pine, hand hune. SOlid oak kitchen cabinets. We just put in hickory hardwood floors in the great room which is by the kitchen. Thinking about slate for the kitchen floor. thoughts??? ALso, what color granite for the countertops????
    • All Granite and Marble 11:56AM, Feb 7 2009 Chelle: Slate is a good idea to ground the cabinets visually. For the countertops, i would probably suggest something simple and very natural looking. Maybe a honed Uba Tuba?
  • shilpa garg 07:32AM, Jan 30 2009 a wonderful site for all type of queries related to stone world,and helpful for the architects & designers.
  • Sue Brian 11:28PM, Jan 15 2009 I tend to prefer warm colors--I also have a river rock fireplace in the kitchen and just need the granite for the perimeter of the kitchen. I considered golden beaches, tan brown, Giallo veneziano--any suggestions?
  • Sue Brian 11:25PM, Jan 15 2009 I need to replace some formica in my white/black kitchen--white cabinets, white shutters on a bay of windows, black galaxy granite island with dk red painted wood base, dk red paint on walls, and a honey walnut wood floor. What is the best choice for granite to complement all these existing features?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:07AM, Jan 17 2009 Sue Brian: That is a lot of contrast there Sue! Quite honestly I think Black Galaxy would be the easiest way out. I don't feel comfortable suggesting anything else without seeing the kitchen. If you'd like, you can send me a photo of your kitchen through the Contact Us form.