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Granite Worktop Stone Colours for Kitchens
At County Stone Granite, we stock over an incredible 200 different types of granite & quartz, and we have a wide range of granite worktops colours available. Whatever your interior design tastes, whether you’re after a classic or contemporary look, we can help you find the perfect colour to suit you and your dream stone worktop.
Using the highest quality granite cut on-site by our experienced team of stonemasons, you can be sure that you’re getting an expert service from start to finish. If you know exactly what you’re looking for and you have exact specifications in mind, our state-of-the-art machinery can precision cut any types of granite to meet your bespoke needs. Plus, our skilled fabricators and installers will guide you through every step of the installation process to ensure you get the granite of your dreams.
Granite worktops colours – what are my choices?
Here at County Stone Granite, we have a wide range of granite worktop colours; if you want to see a granite worktops colour chart, please get in touch with our team.
Looking to achieve that timeless look? Then black granite worktops from County Stone will never fail to impress. The ultra-smooth surface with natural swirls, veins and sparkles of high-quality granite will make your kitchen look stunning.
Always striking, black granite really draws your eye in and works with almost any colour palette. So, whether you’re looking to create a monochrome kitchen or add some pops of colour, black granite worktops will make your kitchen look effortlessly impressive.
Our granite is sourced from world-leading suppliers, ensuring that your granite worktop is incredibly hardwearing. Requiring very little maintenance, your countertop will look just as good in ten years as it does on the day it’s fitted!
If you’re not convinced by monochrome and want something a bit less dramatic than black or white, then grey granite worktops offer a subtle sophistication and a timeless feel to your kitchen worktops. It’s not too overbearing and is an ideal complement to other colours rather than a central focal point. Plus, grey pairs well with almost any colour, so you can decorate endlessly whilst keeping your worktops.
Did you know that grey granite is usually formed as offshoots from black granite slabs? Grey can make a room feel modern and sleek. Angolan Silver, Galaxy Grey, Steel Grey and Via Lactea are just a handful of some of the gorgeous grey granite slabs we stock.
Brown, red, and pink granite for kitchen worktops
Want a cosy and warm feel in your kitchen? Then streaks of red, brown, and pink crystals in granite are striking to the eye and ultimately delivers a warm and romantic feel to your countertops.
Pairing well with lots of different colours, you can opt for clean lines with a more classic style or choose to complement the flecks in the granite with your kitchen accessories and cabinets.
With Lady Dream, Dakota Mahogany, and Coral Brown proving to be cost-effective, eye-catching types of granite, a brown/red/pink granite countertop is undoubtedly popular with customers looking to spice up their home.
Yellow, gold, and cream granites for kitchen worktops
Brighten up any kitchen with warm yellow, gold, and cream. If you’re looking to add a little lustre to your kitchen, then maybe a gold granite, typically associated with luxury styles, could be perfect for you? Take a look at Coral Gold, Giallo Santa Sicillia, Kashmir Gold or Solarius, and these could be the ideal types of granite to make your countertops as exquisite as possible.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to create an open and light room but feel that white might be a bit too clinical for you, look at some of our cream and yellow granites, perfect for kitchen countertops.
Pair with a bold colour to make a dramatic statement or stick to a similar palette to create a warm, endearing feel with your kitchen worktops.
Blue granite for kitchen worktops
We typically see blue as a tint amongst white or black granite, so blue granite offers an exotic twist on popular granite styles. And of course, as every slab is unique and individual, you can be sure that you’re creating a one-of-a-kind kitchen in your home.
One of the most striking types is Volga Blue, a patterned black granite with neon blue pearls dotted amongst the slab. Butterfly Blue and Vizac Blue also contain touches of blue across the stone, making for a subtle yet daring aesthetic for your countertop.
As far as kitchen granite colours go, blue granite can create an incredibly bold look and gives you the wow factor that you’re after. Pairing well with softer, neutral colours and bold contrasting colours for an impactful aesthetic, blue granite looks stunning as a kitchen worktop.
Green granite for kitchen worktops
One of the rarer colours of granite, a green granite worktop is sure to make a striking statement. Ranging from subtle shades to intense swathes of colour, green granite comes in a range of patterns and styles.
Hints and touches of green can be found in Emerald Pearl, while Peacock Green is a striking, exotic granite that can change a room completely. You may want to look at Namibia Green, Costa Smeralda and Verde Magic as alternatives as each pattern differs significantly.
Pairing beautifully with creams, whites, and golds to create a warm, welcoming kitchen as well as bold forest greens to envelope you in a layered monochrome, a green granite worktop will make a statement in your kitchen.
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How to choose the right colour worktop for your kitchen cabinets
With so many gorgeous granite worktops colours to choose from, where do you even begin choosing a worktop that will complement your kitchen and cabinets?
We know it can be difficult to choose the perfect granite worktop, but there are a few things that you should consider when deciding on granite worktops colours. For example, how much natural light does your kitchen get? What colour and material are your kitchen cabinets made from? These are great starter questions to decide whether your countertop should be light or dark.
If you opt for a light-coloured worktop, it can help your kitchen feel brighter as your worktop’s white undertones will reflect light. This works exceptionally well if you have a large kitchen with a lot of natural light. Alternatively, dark worktops can add tone and depth to a kitchen and make the room feel cosy and warm.
One of the essential parts of decorating your kitchen is to ensure that your granite worktops complement your choice of flooring. Otherwise, you may have a kitchen that clashes.
Not sure where to begin with choosing your kitchen granite colours? Don’t worry, our expert team has lots of experience in granite and can help you decide. Why not get in touch to find out more about our granite worktops colour chart?
Why use County Stone?
A specialist material like granite requires experience and expertise, from quarry to installation. It needs to be handled with care; to cut granite, you need to be a skilled stonemason before it is passed to expert fabricators in the workshop. Granite needs to be installed by those with experience to ensure the perfect fit. When working with a material like granite, you need to be sure that it’s in safe hands, and here at County Stone, we have over 20 years of using the finest quality of granite, delivering an exceptional finish.
At County Stone Granite, we:
- supply the finest quality granite
- offer an exceptional choice of granite and finishes
- provide expert advice on achieving the look you want
- make ordering easy
- deliver and fit in as little as ten days
- have over 20 years’ experience and an expert team
What customers say about granite worktops from County Stone
Brilliant from start to finish! Couldn't be happier with the worktops! Being my first time buying such a product was very grateful for the advice when it came to the details such as size of curves. Would certainly recommend.
Brilliant service from initial call to templating and installation. We love the worktop and would highly recommend.
Fantastic service from a great company. Every member of staff we dealt with (sales, templating, installation) were friendly, knowledgeable and incredibly professional. I would not hesitate to use them again. Highly recommended
The process from initial enquiries to template to the actual fit was super quick and easy. Very helpful, friendly team in the office and engineers during installation. Very professional team and will do their best to accommodate any requests.
Granite Worktop FAQs
What colours do granite worktops come in?
With almost 200 colours and styles of granite worktops, you’ve got a lot of choices. However, the most common colours are white, black, grey and brown.
What colour is best in granite?
There are so many kitchen granite colours that you can get your desired look and design. However, white, black, blue and gold have been the most popular granite worktops colours over the last few years.
What colours of granite are more expensive?
You’ll generally find that the most expensive colours are red, purple and blue. Different shades of blue granite, like Azul Aran and Blue Bahia, are the most expensive.
Can you get light coloured granite?
Yes, light coloured granite worktops are incredibly versatile and can bring a kitchen together, whether you’re going for a classic or contemporary look.
Does granite come in green?
You can get green granite worktops, but it’s quite rare. It’s most often available when the granite contains a green mineral called amazonite. However, in most cases, green granite has been formed because of metamorphic rock with a lot of serpentine mixed in, such as marble.
Does granite come in blue?
Yes, granite does come in a wide range of blue shades from bright blues to deep navy blue. Most blue granite is quarried in Africa, Norway, Ukraine and Brazil.