That sounds like a great plan. Giallo Ornamental goes very nicely with dark woods because the cream color of it stands out while the dark speckles complement the wood perfectly. Great choice.
what do you think about going with giallo ornamental granite with fabuwood elite merlot cabinets?
For the color cabinets you chose there are many options. For example, you can use Bianco Antico, Brown Fantasy or even stones that fall under the Giallo family.
I am remodeling (total gut job) a house and doing it in a tuscan style. The house gets quite a bit of light. We have a creamy yellow (cotton) for our trim and ceilings, and a creamy tan / yellow for the walls, light olive green for the MB and Master Bath and I am going to run olive color throughout. We have chosen raised towards the darker (but not super dark) traditional cabinets, and a travertine backsplash. NEED HELP with counter tops. Initially I was going to go with travertine tile but everyone says not to as we plan to re sell in a few years. We chose a "wood grain" Onyx with some olive veining but that seems not to give enough contrast with the cabinets .....what would you put on the counter tops? Suggestions please
Travertine or Crema Marfil.
i have white cabinets and giallo oriental granite which has a very busy pattern in it, what would you recommend for a back splash?
Hi, I also agree with Peter that light travertine will match in your kitchen. I've got even one nice sample for you: Maditerranean Ivory tumbled Travertine, please take a look at the attachment. I hope I could help ! Regards
Dear Lee Z, I would recommend a nice light travertine. It would complement your Giallo Ornamental very nicely. Best Regards, Peter.
I just chose giallo ornamental counters for a new kitchen with a cherry finish cabinet, and an oak floor. Any advice choosing the backsplash?
Hi there. I'm so sorry for the late response. The Giallo Ornamental is a timeless choice that will add elegance to the bathroom while it's light base will offset the cabinet color nicely. I would also recommend to take a look at Ouro Brasil and Santa Cecilia Classic. Best of luck!
I have knotty alder wood cabinets, fruit wood stain, would the giallo ornamental work nicely with these for a bathroom.Â The tile is beige
I recommend to consider an elegant, dark, espresso colored wood for a contrast. Best of luck!
Max786i want to use the Silver Sardo granite tops. this doesnt go with cherry wood... what is the best type of wood that would go with silver sardo? any ideas? many thanks
Sorry for the late response. I absolutely believe that you're on the right track. I'm leaning toward the Giallo Vicenza in your situation for a warm complement with a subtle contrast at the same time. Best of luck.
thanks for help!Â I'm down to giallo vicenza.., or new venitian gold, what do you think?Â I have small kitchen with s s appliancesÂ and going with a bit darker hardwood floors!Â Â And i have 1 window. Â Â So many decisions to make, just need help and maybe some reassurance itÂ will all go together!!!Â Â Â Â :))
Hello. The Giallo Ornamental would be a safe choice as it's a classic color with warm hues throughout the slabs. However, have you thought about using a shade that is a little darker to better offset the cabinetry? I have in-mind choices such as Tropical Brown, Baltic Brown, Giallo Vicenza, Copa Gold or even Ouro Brasil. Let me know your thoughts on these!
putting in natural maple cabinets and cant decide on granite tops...Thought about giallo ornamental, just not sure.Â Need help!!!
Unfortunately we do not have information on the brand or style of cabinet used here, only the countertop itself that we fabricated and installed.Â
what cabinets are those
I recommend a light creme color.
what color grout should i use with dark emprador marble mosaics
Hello. Giallo Ornamental is a safe, classic choice with it's lightness yet subtle warm undertones. Some other recommendations that I thin would appropriately fit your design are Tahoe, Brazilian Gold, and New Venetian Gold. I've created a Comparison Chart of my suggestions for your easy reference. Hope this helps:Â http://www.marble.com/material...
I have Ash cabinets with fruitwood color stainÂ and mexican tile (terra cotta color) and I have looked at the Gaillo ornamental granite..what do u think or can u suggest another color granite
Can you show me a picture of what the pendant lights look like? A picture of your kitchen would be helpfulÂ as well.Â
My kichen is almost completed and the oil-rubbed bronze pulls look wonderful but now I have another dilemma. I'm getting new light fixtures. There will be three pendant lights over the bar area and there are three more light fixtures in theÂ kitchen one in the nook area, one in the cooking area and one in a small foyer leading to the powder room. What finish should i use on these light fixtures?Â This is one big room and the bar area is between the nook and the cooking area and the foyer is off to the right of the nook.
Oil rubbed bronze pulls will also look very elegant along with the faucet to complete your kitchen hardware balance, go for it!
I have chocolate brown cabinets, Italian Fantasy granite, and light Maple floors. Will oil-rubbed hardware look good with this decor? I have oil-rubbed venetian bronze faucet and stainlees steel appliances. The faucet looks great but did not know if that finish would look good on the cabinets.
Thanks for the input Dianne! Which ceramic tile color in particular are you referring to? There are dozens of shades on that page.
I have Giallo Ornamentale in my kitchen and used this as the backsplash in beige.Â http://www.ceramic-tile4u.com/...Â
Both of the stains would look good. If you want a trendy look in your kitchen then the Sedona stain would be an appropriate choice. However, if you want a more traditional look, consider the Mission Oak stain. A tumbled marble backsplash with accent tiles works great in many designs. Hope this helps!
I am having Santa Cecilia Gold granite countertops put in. We are having cherry cabinets made and our floor is bruce hardwoods "spice". I am very unsure of what color stain to use on the cabinet. I'm leaning towards a deep sedona it has a burgundy undertone for a big contrast from floor to cabinet..or play it safe with Mission Oak on Cherry?? Any suggestions. Also would go with light color for backsplash. Please help, have to make a decision on stain and im soooo unsure of myself.