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Materials: Santa Cecilia
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A close up of the Santa Cecilia granite reveals warm yellow highlights and bursts of burgundy flecks.


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  • Heather 01:26AM, Jan 16 2014

    help! i finally get to remodel my kitchen. I have already the dark cherry cabinets with walnut floors. Everything in my kitchen tends to lean towards the yellow tones. Should I go with the new venetian gold countertops. I am going for more of a tuscan style. Also, I have no idea what to pick for a backsplash. I don't want to get trendy because in reality I know we will probably never update our kitchen again :) I would appreciate any advice you have. Thank you!

  • - Peter 07:21PM, Jan 6 2014

    This is quite a versatile stone, a multitude of colors could go along with this. Any thing in the burgundy, beige, brown, white, or cream tones would go just fine. Give it a shot and be creative!

  • KatieB 03:52PM, Jan 5 2014

    I am re-doing our kitchen! We have chosen Santa Cecilia granite countertops and white, shaker 36' in cabinets. Need help with backsplash suggestions. Help!

  • Debbie 08:40PM, Sep 16 2013

    Hi Derek, I have Santa Cecilia granite and espresso cabinets. What do you think of Floridatile travertine in Picasso? Or should I stay with a creamy ivory travertine?

  • Peter 08:17PM, Jun 7 2013

    It sounds like you've got it together my friend, however as for the granite, you might want to go with something a little bit more edgy like a Bordeaux! Check it out!

  • SEPUEDE 05:02PM, May 23 2013

    I'm having to make selections for the kitchen and I'm not quite sure if the granite I've picked "Santa Cecilia Classic" is the best choice for the floor tile, cabinets and backsplash?

    Ceramic Floor Tile: VITROMEX Alaska Klondike

    Kitchen/Bath Cabinets: Dark Walnut

    Backsplash: Diagonal Ivory Travertine w/Dark Emperador & Glass Mosaic Tile strip divide just above a vertical bottom layer of travertine

    Although they all are beautiful in their own right ... I'm not sure that they all compliment each other cohesively? :|

    Also, the cabinets are dark ... and my furniture decor is Old World Tuscan so my dark wood and iron breakfast bar stools, table and chairs will bring about a contrast in addition to the Bronze fixtures and lights! The appliances are stanless steel.

    If not, can you please advise!

  • - Derek 09:37PM, Jan 23 2013

    Hello. You're on the right track for a neutral, subtle, and light backsplash to go against the busy and rich grain of the Santa Cecilia granite. My recommendation for you to consider would be something like a Bologna Ciaro 3" x 6" Tumbled Travertine in a subway brick pattern. I've attached a photo for your easy reference. Best of luck!

  • Mrbesen 10:07PM, Jan 20 2013

    I have Santa Cecilia countertops and burgundy wine stained cabinets. It has been difficult finding a backsplash that will go well. I am now thinking of subway tile (not white). Can you please suggest colors and/or ther options. Thank you!

  • - Derek 02:58PM, Oct 8 2012

    The Santa Cecilia is a very popular granite that is timeless and classic, it's strange that you are not able to find an appropriate match. I do understand this stone has many varieties and batches that differ in color tone and pattern so the difficulty may lie there. Some similar stones to Santa Cecilia that complement it nicely would be New Venetian Gold, Giallo Ornamental, Giallo Napoleone / Napoli and Ouro Brasil. Best of luck!

  • Sbs012596 12:55PM, Oct 6 2012

    I have existing 8 yr old Santa Celcilia granite with creamy white cabinets. I am enlarging my island and wanted to use the same granite but am having trouble finding a match or something that will work with the Santa Cecilia. Any suggestions? 

  • - Derek 02:14PM, Jul 23 2012

    What is the name the granite you used and please describe in more detail the subway tile as well as other aspects (cabinet color, type of floor). Your question is too vague. 

  • Annsteinberger 09:42PM, Jul 17 2012

    I did pattern granite and colored subway tiles that had the same colors I feel like it is not good looking what is your thought

  • - Derek 02:33PM, May 23 2012

    I really enjoy your travertine idea. A warm brown tumbled natural stone backsplash is very appropriate to go against Santa Cecilia granite. My suggestions are Puetro Gold and Mocha shades. I've attached photos for your reference. Good luck!

  • - Kinga 08:56PM, May 22 2012

    Well they’re both just as good! However, I feel the tumbled travertine is a richer and warmer choice. Throw in some accent tiles and your design will be complete! My vote is for the travertine!

  • Denaehowe 06:45PM, May 22 2012

    I have red oak cabinets with an acorn stain, white appliances, black wrought iron hinges and handles on my cabinets and a black wrought iron faucet.  I have chosen Santa Ceclia granite, because it picks up the cabinet color, appliances and hardware.  My problem is in picking out a backsplash.  My first thought was simple, white subway tile with white grout, but now I am thinking taupe colored tumbled travertine.  Which is better?

  • - Derek 04:26PM, May 8 2012

    Also, acquire samples of each to put against your black cabinets in the kitchen light to see how you enjoy the various combinations. Use process of elimination to choose the shade you're attracted to the most. Good luck!

  • - Kinga 05:28PM, May 3 2012

    Thanks for your input! The Santa Cecilia is a wonderful stone and you will enjoy it for years to come. The great thing about the SC is that it works with many different designs, so if you ever decide to change your design, your stone will look great! Good luck!

  • - Kinga 05:23PM, May 3 2012

    All of the stones you mentioned are similar to each other. However, they do have distinct differences such as color or pattern. Since natural stone varies from shipment to shipment, it is very important to see these stones in person and compare them to each other to really understand the differences. Hope this helps a little!

  • Lanewby120 03:43PM, May 2 2012

    Hi! I have black cabinets and I chose Santa Cecilia for my counters and I LOVE IT! I know this doesn't answer yoru question of the difference, but I thought I would comment. Hope this helps in some way... Happy shopping!

  • Smothershed 05:42PM, Apr 30 2012

    Please help!  I have black cabinets and I am trying to decide between New Venetian Gold and Santa Cecilia or Santa Cecilia Classic.  Can you tell me the difference between the 3?  Thanks

  • - Derek 02:20PM, Apr 17 2012

    The Romano Delicatus is a sharp, elegant, light stone with bursts of golden veins that make the stone a focal point of the kitchen. I am leaning toward the Romano Delicatus for you.

  • Lspag 01:21PM, Apr 14 2012

    I also like grey mixed in

  • Lspag 07:55PM, Apr 13 2012

    I tend to like movement. black with tans,beiges maybe browns.  I also like the Bianco ramano and white family.  Unless you have any other colors to consider.  Thanks!

  • - Derek 08:10PM, Apr 12 2012

    Hello. Do you enjoy movement and veins in granite or a more consistent, speckled pattern? Are there any colors you've looked at so far that have caught your attention?

  • Lspag14 11:08PM, Apr 11 2012

    what are the best color choices  of granite for a sable oak cabinet with a lot of natural light?

  • - Derek 03:28PM, Apr 5 2012

    Do you enjoy veins and movement in the granite or a more consistent, speckled pattern? Are there any colors that have caught your attention so far?

  • Linda 03:22PM, Apr 5 2012

    what are the best granite color choices to go with medium oak colored cabinets(kitchen).  The kitchen has a lot of light..tile on the floor is light beige with veins of beige thru out
    Thank you!

  • - Derek 01:49PM, Jan 10 2012 If you're looking for a cherry themed granite countertop, my suggestions would be options such as Shivakashi Pink, Crema Bordeaux, and Golden Rock. I've created a Comparison Chart for your reference:
  • - Kinga 01:52PM, Jan 6 2012 Can you upload a photo of your existing island? It’s important for us to understand the specific color you are looking for.
  • Pat 12:21AM, Jan 6 2012 I have a beautiful Brazillion Cherry wooden island top and I love it, except, it has nicks in it. I would like to replace it with granite in the same Cherry color. I saw a piece several years ago but can't find it now. Any suggestions?
  • - Kinga 09:58PM, Nov 29 2011 Another beautiful option is the New Venetian Gold.
  • - Derek 06:55PM, Nov 23 2011 I'd use this stone for a warm design but the Santa Cecilia "Real" variety for a sharper pattern. On the floors, a terracotta tile could look nice and be a good idea. Try out different combinations and inquire about samples. Good luck!
  • Grandmakel 05:45PM, Nov 19 2011 we have light/med oak cabinites , would St. cecilia go nice or too washed out?  also what would look better on floor-wod or tile?
  • All Granite and Marble 02:22PM, Jun 6 2011 You can do cream for a warmer feel, but white cabinets are certainly more trendy at the moment.
  • Roseplaf 02:50AM, Jun 5 2011 We are painting our oak cabinets and putting in santa cecelia granite. Have oak floors. Should we paint the cabinets white or cream. We also have white ceramic tile behind sink and stove.
  • All Granite and Marble 04:10PM, Jun 2 2011 I think red oak hardwood floors with a nutmeg stain would look great.
  • Christine 02:28PM, Jun 2 2011 Help!!! I have maple cabinets praline with a sable glaze, Santa Cecilia counter top and don't have a clue what type of floor to get. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining room which has original wood floors oak with a honey stain. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
  • Maureen 10:31AM, May 6 2010 Thank you - I actually like the Portofino alot due to the fact that the cabinets & floor are light and it would make it all "pop" more.just concerned that it may be too dark in my smaller kitchen that doesn't have a lot of light in the actual counter/apppliance area just lighting from the window in eating area. Your thoughts? I've never remodeled a kitchen or had granite so any advice is greatly appreciated.
  • Maureen 08:37AM, May 6 2010 I'm assuming we are talking about St Cecilia (more Gold)? Would Portofino work - or is it too dark? Thx
    • All Granite and Marble 09:23AM, May 6 2010 Maureen: Yes Santa Cecilia and St Cecilia should be the same thing. While the Cecilia is warm and inviting, it might be too light and golden. For a little more contrast Portofino fits in well. It would offset the honey maple nicely.
  • All Granite and Marble 08:20AM, May 6 2010 Maureen: Santa Cecilia is an excellent choice, another option is New Venetian Gold.
  • Maureen 02:00PM, May 5 2010 I am installing honey maple cabinets with a coffee glaze, beige with light brown veins tile floor. Would St Cecilia work? My kichen is about 11x17 and positioned in center of house with the only light coming from a 60" window in eating area (south elev). So kitchen not that bright. That's why I lightened cabs & floor. Would like counter to possibly pop? St cecilia or sometinh else?
  • Lori 10:35AM, Mar 17 2010 Thank you for your answer. I really like the butterfly, but was wondering if it would be too much of a contrast and too dark, whereas the santa cecilia would be safer. I have a u shaped kitchen with an island cooktop and a small desk, all total about 75 square feet. Would the butterfly be too much in this situation?
    • All Granite and Marble 04:17PM, Mar 17 2010 Lori: I don't think so. Unless your kitchen has very minimal natural light.
  • Lori 08:35PM, Mar 16 2010 We have light stained oak cabinets and golden oak hardwood floors, with white appliances. We have plenty of natural lighting, especially in the morning. We are trying to decide whether to go with santa cecilia or with verde butterfly to give the kitchen some more pop. Will be changing the wall color depending on the granite selected. What would you recommend?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:20AM, Mar 17 2010 Lori: I'm leaning towards the Butterfly, it will provide much needed contrast and create a warm atmosphere.
  • CS 08:52AM, Mar 4 2010 My island has an overhang that goes out 10.5". I was going to buy decorative corbels. What dimension should I get (ei length, depth, width) since the island is 36 inches wide...
    • All Granite and Marble 04:12PM, Mar 4 2010 CS: I'm not sure about the dimensions of the corbels.
  • cs 10:34AM, Mar 3 2010 I installed the St Cecila gold granite in my kitchen. It has variety of colors, black/burgundy specks with gold/tan colors. It looks more brown than anything else. It has a very exotic appearance. Anyway, what type of applianceik nak colors can I use on my countertops? I have yellow/red decorative items but not sure if that clashes. I don't want to go out and buy everything white, ei bread box, cannister, but was wondering what color nick naks would go best right on the countertop
    • All Granite and Marble 10:50AM, Mar 3 2010 cs: Stainless steel appliances and brushed nickel hardware would be a great combo with this set-up.
  • CS 10:27AM, Mar 3 2010 I had the st cecilia gold installed over my cabinets. My cabinets are about 20 years old and in good condition. I had St Cecilia added to my island with a 10.5" overhang. Do I need to put braces underneath? What's the rule of thumb (ei how many inches does the overhang need to be in order to have a brace? Is it 14" or more?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:29AM, Mar 3 2010 CS: The rule of thumb is that anything over 12" inches needs overhang, you're in the clear zone.
  • Evon 06:02PM, Feb 23 2010 We are having a home built and could really use some reassurance as far as colors and creating a flow with a rich look. The color of my cabinets is Cherryvale on maple wood, the color of tile will be a Baru which is a tan color. The color of my appliances and sink will be black. I am tossing up the idea of Santa Helena, New Venetian Gold, Santa Cecilia or Giallo Vicenza for my counter, also my kitchen walls will be restrained gold with Sand Dollar color below chair rail. Any advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:18AM, Feb 24 2010 Evon: I'd go with Giallo Vicenza, it's the darkest out of your choices to offset the cabinets.
  • CS 12:00PM, Feb 11 2010 I have white/cream tone cabinets; would Santa Cecilia gold look good or would it be an eye sore?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:21PM, Feb 11 2010 CS: Not that much contrast, but it will match nicely and create a warm & traditional look.
  • Donna 12:43PM, Feb 10 2010 We are getting cherry chocolate with ebony glaze and looking at Santa Cecilia, New Venetian Gold and Gialla Vicenza. Pls help me make a decision.
  • Donna 02:35PM, Jan 24 2010 Could you tell me the color and pattern difference between NVG and Santa Cecillia Thank You
    • All Granite and Marble 09:36AM, Feb 11 2010 Donna: I'd go with New Venetian Gold, it's a warm yellow with some burgundy speckling to compliment the cabinets.
  • Jenny 01:34AM, Jan 23 2010 I am torn between the New Venetian Gold and the Santa Cecilia. My cabinets are hickory and my floors are cherry. The cabinets have a tiny bit of red but not much. I have stainless steel appliances with black. The kitchen has an open concept so it is visible from the great room which has some ivory colored tile and carpet. which would be a better color choice? Help!
    • All Granite and Marble 08:25AM, Jan 23 2010 Jenny: The NVG is a tad lighter for more contrast, it will create a warm and harmonious atmosphere.
  • andy 06:19PM, Jan 18 2010 I think we would like a speckled counter top
    • All Granite and Marble 08:41AM, Jan 19 2010 andy: Well then, Take a look at New Venetian Gold, or the Santa Cecilia pictured above.
  • andy 02:07PM, Jan 18 2010 hi I am in the process of getting cherry cabinets with a cabernet finish and wanted to know what granite countertop would go well with this color
    • All Granite and Marble 05:38PM, Jan 18 2010 andy: Do you like a consistent, speckled look or rich veining in your granite?
  • michele 08:58PM, Jan 7 2010 I have classic black cherry cabinets with black glaze and wall covering with a pinkish hue. i originally chose Santa Cecelia but I am concerned it is too yellowy and not enough pink. BUT i dont want the kitchen to look too pink. any suggestions
    • All Granite and Marble 07:52AM, Jan 8 2010 michele: Take a look at New Venetian Gold, its more beige than yellow and has the burgundy speckling. Also, depending on the batch Shiva Kashmir Pink is very light but does not have that much pink.
  • Charlene 11:23AM, Jan 7 2010 Thank you! Will go with the NVG.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:31AM, Jan 7 2010 Charlene: Glad to help.
  • Charlene 10:51AM, Jan 7 2010 Is Yellow River too dramatic for a sml kitchen? Our floors are natural red oak and have a lot of movement. I like Santa Cecelia and the New Venetian gold you suggested. Thank you.
    • All Granite and Marble 11:21AM, Jan 7 2010 Charlene: Might be too busy & dark since your floor already has movement. I'm still leaning towards the NVG. You should also consider Kashmir Gold, it's lighter than Yellow River and has some veining.
  • Charlene 08:28AM, Jan 7 2010 I have a small kitchen with natural cherry cabinets with a chocolate glaze, natural oak floors, cream walls, black and stainless appliances, kitchen sink is cream color. What color granite would you suggest?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:46AM, Jan 7 2010 Charlene: New Venetian Gold is a warm, neutral choice that will compliment the cabinets well, same with the Santa Cecilia pictured above.
  • Shelly 09:38AM, Jan 5 2010 We have an open floor plan kitchen/living room with vaulted face east so can be dark in afternoon. brazilian cherry floors, painted cream cabinets, "biscuit" cream appliances, walls are painted "artifact" by SW--a deep olive greenish, current backsplash tiles are a cool grayish greenish. What granite choice would you recommend for kitchen perimeter (considering keeping current backsplash) and separate kitchen island? Considering Santa Cecilia all over, or just doing Santa Cecilia on the perimeter and something different on the island (maybe going darker on the island?). Thanks so much for your help!
    • All Granite and Marble 09:55AM, Jan 5 2010 Shelly: Santa Cecilia is a good choice,it will create a warm look. Now if you want to contrast the light creme cabinets on the island, consider Tropical Brown.
  • bev 08:50PM, Nov 11 2009 If you saw a piece of 100 yr old tiger oak antique furniture with it orginal finish you would be looking at the color. Mimwax stains colors walnut and cherry mixed 50/50 will match it spot on.This wood is highly figured.
    • All Granite and Marble 04:52PM, Nov 12 2009 bev: For something lighter with movement maybe something from the Juparana family or Giallo Ornamental. Brazilian Black on the perimeter.
  • bev 08:28PM, Nov 10 2009 I had thought about doing under cabinets in black,as there are under cabinet lights and island in a light granite that has black. I'm so afraid of getting too dark. I like viening but need something durable.I would like two different stones as everything is heavely figured wood(think tiger oak) there isn't much room to add a wall color with paint.the wall cabinets are 107 inches tall.
    • All Granite and Marble 05:42PM, Nov 11 2009 bev: What color are the cabinets?
  • bev 11:35PM, Nov 9 2009 vintage 100 yr old kitchen 15X20 redo,located in center of house only one window mission style cabinets,1/4 sawn heavy figured oak cabinetsmatching dark natural trim in house,coffered ceiling,paneled appliances,lighter oak floors,large L shaped island with eating area??two types of granite suggestions????
    • All Granite and Marble 09:24AM, Nov 10 2009 bev: Do you want to go light or dark with the granite?
  • Russ 06:23PM, Oct 26 2009 I have medium oak cabinets, wood floor, and black appliances. Leaning towards New venetian Gold or Santa Cecillia. suggestions?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:43AM, Oct 27 2009 Russ: Both are excellent choices and close relatives, but I would give NVG the edge as it has more color out of the two.
  • Teresa F. Murphy 09:11PM, Oct 20 2009 I have dark cherry cabinetry and black appliances w/tanish flooring tile.little familiar w/granite have any suggestions thanks.
    • All Granite and Marble 01:51PM, Oct 21 2009 Teresa F. Murphy: New Venetian Gold or Santa Cecilia would look stunning.
  • gloria stephens 08:59AM, Oct 20 2009 i chose santa cecelia granite to compliment maple cabinets with a java stain and oak wood floors with a gunstock stain,how does this look?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:23AM, Oct 20 2009 gloria stephens: Great combo, go for it!
  • Kevin 07:00PM, Oct 6 2009 I just purchased birch cabinets in a light stain (looks like natural color). I have a Terra Cotta color floor. I'm thinking Santa Cecilia will bring the contrast of the foor and cabinets together. would you recommend a darker or lighter stone in this case?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:12AM, Oct 7 2009 Kevin: The burgundy in the Cecilia would tie-in the floor nicely, go for it!
  • Colleen 06:23AM, Sep 16 2009 I have natural cherry cabinets with a natural birch floor and was considering St. Cecelia - but am concerned it is to monotone - would consider a darker/blacker/dark green but have a kitchen table in same room that has uba tuba service - so it has to WORK with the uba tuba. (and I don't want all uba tuba nor do I want it to look too dark)... Your thoughts? Going for a more contemporary look.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:00AM, Sep 16 2009 Colleen: Check out Butterfly Jade or Butterfly Antique.
  • Renee 10:02AM, Sep 15 2009 Would giallo napoleone be compatible with peacock green on an island? The flat working surface will be GN, and the raised bar surface will be PG. The cabinetry is maple with mocha glaze. The kitchen countertops are going to be PG. Our kitchen has a cathedral ceiling, but not alot of natural light. The house is an open floor plan with dark wood beams throughout. Second question, should we be concerned about the lack of light with respect to the darker countertops?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:10PM, Sep 15 2009 Renee: I think it would look nice, you should install accent lightning, for example recessed lights, if the natural sunlight is not optimal.
  • Chris 11:17PM, Sep 11 2009 We have natural cherry cabinets, stainless appliances, a reddish brown tile floor and a light creamy yellow glaze technique on our walls in our Victorian home. Our walls are cream colored wainscoting below the glazed area. We are considering the St. Cecilia for our countertops and wonder if that would be a good choice with the colors.
    • All Granite and Marble 09:17AM, Sep 14 2009 Chris: Santa Cecilia would look good, especially the occasional burgundy speckling in this granite would compliment the cabinets beautifully.
  • Sharon 11:59PM, Aug 28 2009 I recently purchased a brazilian cherry floor. Does a maple with a sable glaze cabinet go with this?
    • All Granite and Marble 08:46AM, Aug 31 2009 Sharon: Absolutely.
  • vinuta 01:56PM, Aug 26 2009 Hi, We r building a new house, I've selected the Paplar-Mahagony for cabinets with santa ceceliagranite . What color flooring would look good , I mean light/dark
    • All Granite and Marble 05:46PM, Aug 26 2009 vinuta: Light travertine would go nice.
  • Roseann 12:07PM, Aug 19 2009 I am a little confused now. I really like santa cecelia, but I am getting this impression it may be on the lower end of quality and cost?? Please help me before I make a final decision. Thank you, Roseann
    • All Granite and Marble 12:26PM, Aug 19 2009 Roseann: We only carry premium quality slabs, Santa Cecilia is a common stone that is why the price is affordable, NOT because it is cheap.
  • Beth 01:54PM, Jul 24 2009 My kitchen gets a lot of light. I also like Giallo Vicenza. Thanks for the suggestion!
    • All Granite and Marble 02:24PM, Jul 24 2009 Beth: No problem :-)
  • Beth 11:38AM, Jul 24 2009 I have white cabinets and light tile floor. Would this color work? Any other suggestions?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:44AM, Jul 24 2009 Beth: It would work, how is the lightning in your kitchen? Also, check out stones from the "Giallo" family they are similar.
  • charlene 11:55AM, Jun 19 2009 How do I determine how deep the bar top should be in a fairly small kitchen, any suggestion?
    • All Granite and Marble 11:12AM, Jun 22 2009 charlene: If you are considering it for seating purposes, try to start with 8"-10".
  • steven 04:02PM, May 12 2009 I have dark stained Cherry cabinets w/ natural Brazillian Cherry hardwood floors. We like the look of granite. What do you recommend for color and is there a better alternative?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:02AM, May 15 2009 steven: Considering the price, durability and looks - it's hard to recommend a different countertop material. You're on the right track color-wise. A nice gold stone would compliment both the cabinets and floors. Try Madura Gold.
  • Sandy 05:42PM, May 6 2009 Thanks for the suggestion to use Bianco Ramano. I am wondering if this will be too much white in my kitchen and make the white appliances stand out too much? Do you have any ideas on which granite would pull the teak floors and white appliances together? Do you think it would be better to go with something other than granite? Thanks again.
    • All Granite and Marble 04:25PM, May 7 2009 Sandy: I'm not allowed to recommend anything else! Just kidding. Lets work on this. How about you send me a photo of the room. I'm interested to see how "white" it really is. You can send the photo to walter at marble dot com.
  • Sandy 11:04PM, May 5 2009 I have birch cabinets (honey stain) and brazilian teak wood floors. Since appliances are white, I am unsure of what granite to install. Tks.
    • All Granite and Marble 04:37PM, May 6 2009 Sandy: I have to admit that the white appliances are making things difficult. Have you considered light colors though? Try Bianco Romano and see how you like that.
  • pat 12:10AM, Apr 2 2009 I am hoping for a cinnamon finish cabinets and stainless steel appliances. What color would you suggest for the counter and floors?
    • All Granite and Marble 02:23PM, Apr 3 2009 pat: Take a look at Crema Bordeaux.
  • Jackie 08:37PM, Mar 20 2009 I have honey oak cabinets and floor and walls are light almond (neutral color) what granite color would give me a different look but match with the floor and cabinets
    • All Granite and Marble 10:06AM, Mar 25 2009 Jackie: Try Giallo Vicenza.
  • Nancy 07:15PM, Mar 6 2009 Thank you for your suggestions
  • Nancy 10:39AM, Mar 1 2009 I have medium colored oak cabinets and a light almond colored ceramic tile floor. The kitchen does not have a lot of natural sunlight. Do you think this color would look okay or Giallo Vicenza?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:55AM, Mar 2 2009 Nancy: This is good. Probably a bit lighter than Vicenza (which is good in your case).