Brown granite is always a good choice for your kitchen countertops. Like any other variety, brown granite is a beautiful natural stone, ideal for indoor and outdoor applications, including BBQ counter surroundings.
Brown is a classic and neutral color, which makes it suitable for any place where granite is due, such as countertops, kitchen islands, backsplashes, floors, and vanity tops.
Although some people avoid it, thinking they are bland, brown is a stunning stone color in granite, that can be found in many hues and patterns.
These variations in hues and patterns, with their swirls and veins, are great for hiding little messes, like the inevitable drips from food preparation, crumbs, and light dust. Plus, like any other granite, cleaning is a breeze. A simple damp cloth with soapy water can make your counters look new.
Are brown granite countertops out of style?
Not at all! While all brown kitchens can be a little too much, that doesn’t mean brown granite countertops are out of style. You can find different variations of granite that are brown, such as Sucupira Brown, Brown Fantasy, Crema Persa, Barricato, Absolute Cream, and others. Take a look at them in our online catalog.
The brown in granite can vary, and the color variations give this natural stone elegance, and depth and make it look high-end. You can find dozens of brown granite types, with hues varying from golden tan to brown-black. Others can be of a rich dark brown color that looks black in certain lighting or with color variations that range from black to dark brown with little specks of white. Others can vary from a deep chocolate color to coppery gold, or tan with brown, black, gray, or red specks. Brown granite is one of the most versatile types of countertops. It fits many decor styles depending on cabinet and color choices.
Brown granite countertops will never go out of style, but you may want to avoid a kitchen all brown because it can be a bit too heavy. So, avoid going brown in all elements, like counters, floors, and cabinets. Instead, try a lighter tan counter with darker cabinets or a dark brown counter with lighter or colored cabinets.
Brown granite countertops aren’t as popular as they were 20 years ago, but they can certainly fit in most styles. If you look at a kitchen with brown granite countertops and think it looks dated, it’s probably due to the choices in cabinets, backsplash, and wall color.
The best paint color for your kitchen with brown granite countertops will depend on your style and the other elements in the room. If you’re looking for a modern aesthetic, consider dark brown granite. If you’re looking for a safe paint color choice, choose a neutral, like white, cream, beige, or light gray. These colors almost always look good and coordinate with brown countertops.
If you want to add a little color, consider gray-green or gray-blue to balance the room and contrast the warm-toned granite without overpowering it.
Make a statement with brown granite countertops
The classical look of brown granite is always in vogue and can inspire designs from eclectic and fun to elegant and chic. It can have an exquisite blend of rich browns with flecks of black and lighter grays and tans, or have the fantasy look of marble.
Brown looks great, especially if you want to add a bit of warmth to your kitchen counters. The more neutral-colored granite can go with most color schemes, while the fantasy type will require a thoughtful design. Brown granite countertops always fit in a good design.
And if you want to make a statement in your kitchen, consider a bold sink. You can have a black composite granite sink that compliments your brown granite counter and enhance its beauty.
Another way to make a statement in your kitchen is with a custom job. With a custom job, you can have diversity in shapes for your island or peninsula and you are not restricted to a generic flat or round edge.
Make sure to browse through our showroom and find our unique brown granite slabs.
Are brown granite countertops affordable?
Yes. Brown granite is a great investment for your countertops, and there are multiple brown granite types to select from, with price ranges varying accordingly.
Tough and durable yet elegant and refined, brown granite kitchen countertops resist a level of abuse, such as chipping and scratching, under normal conditions. It is low maintenance and easy to clean, making it the best material for your countertop and other uses in your home.
This color will ensure that your kitchen looks the best it can and give you the utility of granite for years to come. This stone countertop is an investment that has a return on the resale value of your home.
Brown granite is mined from quarries worldwide, and its type, price, and color depend on it. The cost of brown granite countertops can vary based on the following factors: quality level, the intricacy of design (swirls and veins), color, square footage, and customization.
The rare, exquisite, fantasy types are among the priciest granite color options, while the more common and neutral colors can easily fit most wallets.
Be sure to contact us! We specialize in stone countertops, and we’ll be able to help you find an option that matches your preferences and finances.