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10 Perfect Granite Countertop & Cabinet Pairings for Your Kitchen Design

It’s not uncommon for homeowners beginning a kitchen remodel to experience a bit of creative block when it comes to choosing a cabinet and natural stone countertop combo for their upcoming kitchen renovation. If you need help finding the perfect pairing to complement your kitchen design, you’ve come to the right place…

10 Winning Granite & Cabinet Combinations:

  1. Bianco Romano Granite + Painted Cabinets
    Love the classic white kitchen look? Bianco Romano granite pairs well with pure white, warm white, and beige painted kitchen cabinets. Add a bit of flair with nickel, or a touch of warmth with oil-rubbed bronze hardware, fixtures, and lighting accents.

  2. Bianco Romano Granite + Stain-Grade Cabinets
    The warm white, beige, and gray-mixed palette of Bianco Romano also pairs well with stain grade cabinets in shades of walnut and medium oak.

  3. Seafoam Granite + Painted Cabinets
    This earthy green shade features gray and brown undertones that pair beautifully with painted cabinets and satin nickel hardware. Its geometric markings look superb when polished.

  4. Seafoam Granite + Stain-Grade Cabinets
    Paired with stain grade cabinets, Seafoam granite  is ideal in rustic or earthy kitchen settings. Paired with oil-rubbed bronze or copper fixtures and accents, it the perfect addition to lodge-style designs.

  5. Costa Esmeralda + Painted Cabinets
    The shades of Costa Esmeralda vary from green to blue, making them an excellent choice for ocean palettes in the kitchen and bath. Matching slabs is crucial, however, as shades vary from batch to batch. Pair it with sandy white cabinets, nickel hardware, fixtures, and accents for a fun, beachy feel.

  6. Costa Esmeralda + Stain-Grade Cabinets
    Adding a kitchenette or bar to your man cave? Pair Costa Esmeralda with stain grade cabinets for a masculine, yet warm look, bringing out the complex coloring of this stone with the addition of natural sunlight via added windows and skylights.

  7. Absolute Black + Painted Cabinets
    Pull off the traditional black and white kitchen with flair, pairing white painted cabinets with Absolute Black granite in polished or honed finish. Top-off the look with chrome or nickel, or warm it with oil-rubbed bronze fixtures, hardware and lighting accents.

  8. Absolute Black + Stain-Grade Cabinets
    Pair Absolute Black with stain grade cabinets, pulling off a multitude of looks with this versatile stone: Rustic medium oak cabinets; sleek, simply-faced modern walnut; or transitional rift-cut oak. The options are nearly limitless.

  9. Typhoon Bordeaux + Painted Cabinets
    Available in an array of shades from light to dark in hues of beige, brown, gray, and brick red, Typhoon Bordeaux makes the perfect match for light-colored kitchen cabinets paired with red undertoned flooring. Match carefully when selecting multiple slabs, as coloring is highly variable from batch to batch.

  10. Typhoon Bordeaux + Stain-Grade Cabinets
    Looking for added warmth in your kitchen design? Pair the brick and brown hues of Typhoon Bordeaux with cherry, oak, mahogany, and walnut for just the right touch of warmth. Spanish-style architecture or décor? Match with Saltillo floors for instant charm.

Having a tough time envisioning your dream kitchen design? Check out our free online design tool, or see some of today’s most popular combinations in-person at your area Granite Imports showroom today.