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The Colors of Granite Countertops Make Bold Statements for Kitchens
Granite countertops can have a subtle color scheme that conveys the image of natural stone in neutral hues. In contrast, the material also can be quite dramatic in its color schemes and patterns. That remarkable appearance is appealing to homeowners who want a kitchen that makes a bold statement. These individuals have the opportunity to discover Keystone Granite countertops that are available in a broad array of styles.
Advantages of Granite
Granite has been a popular choice for kitchen counters for decades. It never looks the same from one house to another, and the decorative aspects don't go out of style. As a natural stone, its color does not fade over time, as is the case with other materials.
For example, Granite Counters are available in shades of blue ranging from colors that look almost gray to bright, unmistakable blue hues. They may choose specific tones like indigo, robin's egg, aquamarine, or sapphire.
This choice can make a distinct impression on guests to the home. Most likely have never seen blue countertops before, particularly in natural stone. Homeowners who love the color may have the countertops provide the focal point of the room and then add decorative touches like blue curtains. It's usually best to have different shades for the walls and floors so as not to overdo the effect.
This color is suitable for anything from a casual kitchen to one that is designed to look upscale—perhaps like the bar at a high-end restaurant. As homeowners view options for these solid surface countertops, they may be astonished at how many granite patterns nature has created that feature black stone and some crystal quartz.
People can choose patterns with swirls or more abstract-looking layouts, or they may want material that is almost entirely one color. Nearly all colors are complementary to black, making the choices for other kitchen features virtually endless.
When little kids go out collecting rocks in vacant lots, fields, and beaches, they don't care about whether the stones are worth any money. They just pick up rocks that look colorful and otherwise interesting. The parents typically notice that many of the stones in the collection are granite.
The most prevalent colors and patterns of granite often can compete against some of the world's less common stones in regards to natural beauty. Kitchen countertops with sparkling quartz and pink feldspar can be some of the loveliest home improvement products.
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