Hi Laura, Please accept my depest apology for the slow response here. I think that New Venetian Gold granite is a classic and popular choice. This color would be appropriate for your design and has some movement. I have a great glass backsplash suggestion in-mind for this countertop choice. It's called Mirabelle Collection smoky brown glass tile in a brick pattern. I've attached a photo for your reference. Regarding to your walls I would recommend you to take a look at Behr Premium Plus Ultra_Hazelnut Cream Interior Paint. Good luck!
Hi, we are remodeling our kitchen and putting in Maple Hazelnut cabinets with New Venetian Gold granite countertops. Our floors are Hampton Bay Brasstown Oak. What color back splash tiles and paint would compliment? Don't really care for the tumbled stone. Thanks.
Hi, I would recommend you to go with a Marble, which will give you elegant atmosphere. I'm leaning towards Beige Marble or Beige Botticino Marble Tile, which is more gold. Please take a look at the attachments. Good luck !
AFTER 17 YEARS WE ARE AT A POINT TO WERE WE ARE UPDATED OUR HOME. WE HAVE TRADITIONAL OAK CABINETS STAINED IN A FRUITWOOD. WE ARE LOOKING AT THE NEW VENETIAN GOLD GRANITE BUT HAVING A HARD TIME FINDING THE RIGHT BACKSPLASH. WE LOOKED AT TUMBLED STONE BUT IT WAS TO RUSTIC. ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Hello there. Please accept my deepest apologies for my late response. You can surely spice up the backsplash tile a bit to complement the aspects nicely. For example, our Capadoccia Glass & Tumbled Travertine Blend could be an appropriate choice, as well as a Travertine Random Gold & Walnut & Ivory Mosaic Blend if you're really feeling adventurous and want to add richness & depth to the backsplash. I've attached photos for your reference. Best of luck!
On behalf of Marble.com, I would like to extend our most sincere apologies for the delay in replying to you. We have received an unusually high volume of messages in the past week and our responses have been delayed. However, we thank you for visiting Marble.com and your interest in our company. In regard to the white subway tiles for backsplash, I think it's very light, crisp, and elegant for a sophisticated feel in the kitchen w/ a contemporary touch. I say go for it! They will look great against the timeless and classic New Venetian Gold granite.
Pardon me. Replacing cabinets with espresso stained cabinets. Am considering New Venetian Gold granite. So sorry for stupid wording of my original post.
I am gutting my small galley kitchen with maple, espresso finished cabinets. Was interested early, in white(er) granite counter tops but found that too strong a contrast. Am considering very white subway tile as a back splash. Flooring is red oak and will remain. All appliances will GE cafe stainless. My question: is the white subway tile to much of a contrast? Looking for clean and classic. Paint in the rest of the room would hopefully be blue/sea green color...not too much surface to be painted but love that color
Hello. The New Venetian Gold and Giallo Ornamental are overall quite similar in color tone and pattern. I'm leaning toward the New Venetian Gold in your situation because it's a warmer shade. Another option you could consider is called Ouro Brasil.
My kitchen cabinets will be maple and stained with Sherwin Williams Fruitwood. I am trying to decide between NVG and Giallo Ornamental. I will have stainless steel appliances and we have a cedar ceiling. We also have a floor to ceiling fireplace made out of fieldstone. Any suggestions on the granite color?
Hello. For engineered quartz, I recommend to use the Caesarstone line: http://www.marble.com/material... A light and warm quartz color would be appropriate against a cherry wood cabinet. Specifically, I am leaning toward a suggestion of 6350 Chocolate Truffle, 9350 Carmel, or 4220 Buttermilk. I've created a Comparison Table for your easy side-by-side reference: http://www.marble.com/material... Hope this helps!
What quartz countertop would be best for my cherry kitchen
I recommend a darker colored cork floor as you've mentioned, for example a shade such as Durocork Persus Mocha could work nicely. I've attached a photo for you to see what I'm talking about. The backsplash tile you can keep light and warm, I have in-mind a tile such as Oyster Mix Flamed travertine (attached photo of this as well). In regard to the wall color, take a look at Benjamin Moore series Barely Beige or Navajo White. Good luck!
HI I am going to update my kitchen , I am going to paint my cabinets the rustoleum products, ivory color and use new venetian gold counter tops.....
I wanted advice on flooring...i was thinking a cork...a darker color any siggestions??i also need suggestion on a backsplash?and paint color...
i want the bright, clean and , light, feeling.....
Well, I generally recommend a warm tumbled natural stone tile to go against the always classic New Venetian Gold granite. For example, Ivory Travertine sized 2" x 4" in a Split-Faced Brick Mosaic would look very nice. However, you can also spice it up a little with a mix of stone and glass tiles. For example, take a look at the Tilecrest Eclipse series of beautiful mosaics. For a lighter choice, I'd go with Dunes Linear Glass & Stone Blend. For darker, please consider Espresso Linear Glass & Stone Blend. I've attached photos for your reference. Good luck!
Hello Patti. Sorry for the late response. They are VERY similar indeed! From looking at the two samples here, I would say the NVg is a little lighter, because the SC has more pronounced little black veins / flecks. Hope that makes sense!
Hi! We have pickled white wash cabinets and tile floors which are grey. We are thinking about getting New Venetian Gold countertops. For the backsplash, should we go lighter or darker?
is NVG lighter than Santa Cecelia? They seem very similar.
I have square stainless tiles set on diagnal with NVG. I love it.
It's not unheard of, but it's not often done. If you want to be unique, I think that's a wonderful idea! It should be timeless and not go out of style in my opinion. I've attached what I think is a nice suggestion. It's called Chromium Stainless Steel Subway tile from Somertile Reflections series. Let me know your thoughts! :-)
Is it unheard of to have a stainless backsplash with NVG? Is travertine or subway tile the way to go?
You should stain the cabinets a darker color, and use the Santa Cecilia granite. It's a warm color that is in a timeless style.
I was planning to replace our cabinet doors and reprint a white/cream color. I like Venetian gold and Santa Cecilia granites. We have a med toned (oak?) laminate floor. Now I'm wondering if the granite would look "richer" if I stained the cabinets. I have a small kitchen and want to keep it light. My fear is that midtone stain will cause the whole kitchen to look the same (floors, cabinets,etc.) without contrast. Any suggestions? Appliances are stainless with black. Thanks!
For the wall color, I recommend to take a look at Benjamin Moore Series "Barely Beige" and "Honeyed Almond" shades. An interesting shade for the backsplash could be a light green subway tile in a brick pattern w/ white grout. I've attached a photo for you for look at!
Hi. We have NWG counter tops with honey oak cabinets and wood flooring in our kitchen. Right now the kitchen color is a sage/olive-y green and it's a bit too dark and we want to lighten up the room. During the day there's a lot of sunlight but at night it gets much darker; we have white fluorescent lights overhead. Also we would like to get a backsplash put in as well.
What colors would you suggest? I was thinking maybe a light cream/coffee/gold color on the walls with a mint backsplash? Any other color combo suggestions? We're open to anything, just need some good ideas. Thanks
My recommendation for you is a light yet subtly warm ceramic subway tile. It's called Merola Cobble Polar and I've attached a photo for your reference. Let me know what you think!
The Daltile Fidenza Cafe colored tile offers a warm, inviting appeal with subtle gray tones mixed with beige and brown hues highlighting textural variations. I think this color would fit your design nicely. I've attached a photo for your reference!
We have new venetian gold granite counter top with natural cherry cabinets. We would like to go with ceramic tile for the backsplash and would would like to get your ideas on tile color. We would like something a little lighter in color than the granite.Thanks.
We are remodeling our kitchen, and we are trying to decide on kitchen floor . Cabinets are honey oak and we decided new venetian gold for granite countertops. we have dogs and little kids and we think ceramic tile should be the best option, but we are struggling with the color? The living room is right next to the kitchen and the carpet is a light color.I would like kind a dark brown ceramic tile for the floor but don't know if is going look nice next to the living room's carpet next to the brown tile??? which colors do you suggest?
I'm leaning toward the Brazilian Cherry hardwood floor along with maple cabinets w/ almond glaze and New Venetian Gold granite.
I am remodeling my kitchen and struggling with what to put on kitchen floor. I have honey oak cabinets and am planning to replace my island. It was suggested to me to put in off white maple painted/toasted almond glaze to brighten my center and add contrast. I really like uba tuba selct and new venitian gold granite. Not sure if I should put in brazilian cherry or a more natural looking hickory...someone has suggested smoky topaz color.
Yes! The warm highlights of the NVG will compliment a honey oak wood cabinet very nicely.
I have stainless steel appliances and light honey oak cabinets. Would the new venetian gold granite look good in my kitchen?
In addition to Derek’s wonderful tile suggestion, check out Onyx Crema Mosaic and Esq Bengali Beige Mosaic Brick. Both backsplashes would look wonderful in your setup. Good luck!
For the backplash, a choice I feel is interesting and unique is the Autumn Mist Tumbled Slate Mosaic from Daltile. This backsplash has color tones that pick-up the NVG granite nicely. As far as wall color, take a look at BM Honeyed Almond.
I also need help with my backsplash. The cabinets are espresso with new venetian gold countertops and stainless appliances. I don't want a dark color for the backsplash but also don't want it too light. Any ideas using Daltile? Also, what Benjamin Moore paint do you suggest for the walls?
My recommendations for you to go against New Venetian Gold as the backsplash tile are Mediterranean Ivory tumbled travertine from Daltile, and Crema Marfil tumbled marble from Daltile. I've attached photos for your reference. Good luck!
I need help picking out a backsplash color for my kitchen. I have white cabinets with new venetian gold countertops and a medium dark wood floor. I would like a tumblestone backsplash, but cannot figure out which color to choose as a good accent. Is beige suitable?
Wonderful! I think this tile you're considering will compliment the NVG very nicely. Go for it!
For the backsplash, I recommend choices such as a colorful mosaic called Piano Amber Glass & Stone from Somertile Reflections or a calmer, softer option such as Noce tumbled travertine in a Mini Versailles pattern. I've attached pictures for your reference. Good luck!
Hi Derek, here is a picture of the Tuscan Dore Royale. What is your opinion on it with the New Venetian gold loght ?
I am building my new home and have placed an order for espresso cabinets. I am strongly considering new venetian gold granite countertops. Please let me know which backsplash would go well with this.
I'm not familiar with how Tuscan Dor Royale tile looks like, and the Emperador Light should not be too dark, depending on the batch of tiles. There is an Emperador Dark variety that is usually darker. I've attached a picture of the light version, which I feel could be a good decision to use. Another option I recommend is a Puetro Gold 4" x 4" tumbled natural stone from South Cypress. Hope this helps!
The backsplash does not have to be the same as the floor. This is a unique aspect of the design that you can make decorative and attractive to you. My recommendations with warmer, golden tones would be a Mirabelle Collection golden brown glass tile in a brick pattern. I've attached a picture for you to see. Let me know your thoughts on this tile.
Okay, so I decided to post my own question! I need help picking out a backsplash color for my kitchcen. I have dark brown cabinets, New Venetian gold light granite countertops, and a lighter tiled floor. I want the granite to be the focal point. I have the lighter version NVG, but it does have some areas with gold in it. I sort of like Emperador Light, but some of the tiles looked like they could be too dark. I also kind of like Tuscan Dor Royale, but am I seeing a hint of peach? Any suggestion would really be appreciated. This has been going on since before Christmas!!
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I had just had maple cabinets put in my kitchen with the Venetian gold granite countertops(the lighter version not the deeper color). I am having such a hard time to figure out what color backsplash tiles to put in. I don't want it to be "busy" and it seems everything I've picked out everyone hates. Could you please give me some tile colors and makes of them so I can get some samples. I was leaning towards "noce" colors, but everyone says it should be more of a "golden" to bring out the colors and do I pick out the backspash first and flooring later? Should the backsplash be the same tiles as the flooring? Never thought it would be so difficult..thank-you!
To me the selection you're considering feels a little cold with the various grayish tones in the tile. How about something warmer such as Oyster Mix Flamed travertine or Emperador Light marble? It's also less busy, but if that's too neutral for you, then make sure to acquire a sample of the Montalcino and put it against your granite in your kitchen to see how you enjoy the combination in the kitchen light before making a final commitment. Hope this helps. I've attached pictures of my suggestions for your reference.
I'm in the process of updating my kitchen. I've put in NVG countertops, black appliances and currently have white cabinets with bronze hardware. I have wood floors which I plan on refinishing to a reddishbrown color...similar to a cherry. I'm looking at various backplashes that I could implement a bronze detail within the backsplash that won't make things look too busy. I like the Montalcino 13" with the Murertto, but unsure how that would look. Would that be to busy? My overall theme in the kitchen is a Tuscan type theme. Any input?
For a beach-like feel with warm and radiance, you're on the right track. I'm leaning toward the Kashmir Gold as it has subtle veining and not has consistent speckled as the other two. However, to go in a different direction, you could also look a granite such as Crema Bordeaux. Just some food for thought.
I will give you my opinion on what I feel would compliment your design nicely. My recommendations are options such as 2" x 2" Baja Cream tumbled travertine, or Oyster Mix Flamed travertine. I've attached pictures for your reference. Hope this helps!
I am in process of buying a condo at the beach. It has a small kitchen (63 sq. ft of countertop), bright white thermofoil cabinets and natural maple (blonde) wood floor and white/black appliances. What color granite do you think would go with the white cabinets, black in the appliances and light/natural maple floor? Thinking NVG, Santa Cecilia or Kashmir Gold. Am I barking up the wrong tree? Trying to keep it light but cozy.
We have chosen dark, espresso cabinets wih venecian gold countertops. The flooring is semi-dark, handscraped wood. I am looking for a "neutral", classic backsplash. I like the travertines, but have been concerned about going ivory or even mocha. This has honestly been the hardest decision in my kitchen. Any ideas or suggestions?