There is no denying that the traditional black & white have a timeless appeal in kitchens and homes. While black & white are elegant, there are many ways to make a bold new style statement with gold. Gold can bring in an intoxicating rich look that perfectly complements your luxurious or carefree lifestyle.
It is easy to create a memorable gold kitchen using granite. Available in many different subtle and bold gold hues, granite continues to be the most popular material in the kitchen.
Here are some ways to add gold elements to your kitchen with granite:
Gold Antique granite: Quarried in India, Gold Antique granite is a perfect addition to your gold-predominant kitchen. With a white background that is enhanced with yellow and golden brown speckling, Gold Antique granite provides a contrasting relief to the otherwise all-gold kitchen while helping you create an antique or rustic look.
Magma Gold granite: Magma Gold granite is quarried in Brazil and is an ideal natural stone for bringing gold accents to your kitchen. The beautiful hints of gold blend well with warm tones of taupe and brown hues that create a stunningly rich look in your kitchen. Accessorize the magma gold granite with gold cabinets, gold lighting, and brass knobs to make your kitchen “aww” inspiring.
Veneziano Gold: Veneziano Gold granite is a perfect choice for countertops, floor, and interior walls of the kitchen. With a rich golden hue enhanced by gray and black veins, the granite easily complements all the gold accents in the kitchen.
Firenze Yellow Gold Antique: Nothing can beat the luxurious, rich look of the Firenze Yellow Gold Antique granite. While the granite makes for a perfect countertop choice in your bold gold kitchen, it can also become the center of attraction in your outdoor kitchen. Firenze Yellow granite features a rich blend of gold, black, white, and brown speckles that match bronze, brass, and gold elements in the kitchen.
Atlantis Granite: Atlantis Granite is a perfect addition to the gold kitchen with the intriguing mix of hues of busy gold intertwined with gray and orange veining. While the prevailing element is gold, there is also some contrasting relief from dark brown speckling. This granite is a popular choice when it comes to creating a focal gold point in kitchens.
While you can choose the perfect granite color to match the gold theme in your kitchen, accessorizing with gold cabinets, pendants, lighting, bar stools, and antique bronze can complete the look.