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ALLURING REPLACEMENT: COLONIAL WHITE GRANITE COUNTERTOP

 

 

Colonial White Granite with dupont edge
Picture Credit: Factory Plaza. Dark Mahagony cabinets and natural color subway ceramic tiles with alluring lady.

 

 

Colonial White Granite is such an alluring replacement of Kashmir White Granite. Since Kashmir White quarries had been closed by Indian Government, homeowners are using some alternative stones in their kitchen remodeling and , bath and interior or so. I can say that Colonial White Granite is the new Kashmir White until the quarries re-open.

 

Colonial White Granite is a prestigious and elegant Indian Lady. Her value comes from being the fifth layer of Colonial Gold Granite quarries under the earth. She has bonds with her other relatives of Andromeda, New Colonial White and River White. She can easily be differentiated from River White Granite by having, greenish golden specs without a constant flow.

 

Colonial White has very soft brown, beige, and very sweet yellowish green specs on the off white base. Sometimes she carries some blackish brown specs too. Remember, none of the granite is alike like our eye retinas or fingerprints. When she is stained, all these lovely colors pop up in your kitchen. The rule of light color granites for sealing is still valid for her. She needs to be sealed yearly to show her immortal beauty.

 

Colonial White is such an easygoing stone to work with her. The backsplash could be herself or light color mosaic or subway tiles. Backsplash material could be glass, travertine, marble or ceramic.

Coordinated colors of cabinets are usually white tones, dark browns, and dark coffee tones. She is such a gem in a small kitchen and kitchens without direct sunlight.

Colonial White Granite Countertop Pictures

Please review the meticulously selected pictures for you. In your kitchen remodeling process white cabinets backsplash ideas and dark cabinets backsplash ideas would be helpful.

Colonial White with White Cabinets and Dark Kitchen Island, Dark Ceramic Subway Tiles

Elegant kitchen with colonial white granite countertops
Picture Credit:Hbahcco . White cabinets and white dropped in coffered ceiling, dark color island and flooring completed the look.

 

Colonial White with Espresso Cabinets and Matchstick Glass Tiles

Colonial White With Espresso Cabinet and Matchstick Glass Tile
Picture Credit: Manorhouse Kitchen. Espresso Cabinet and Matchstick Glass Tile coordinate well with Colonial White Granite

 

Colonial White with Off White Cabinets and Walnut Kitchen Island

Colonial White
Picture Credit: Hallman. Off White Cabinets and Walnut Kitchen Island touch finely to the alluring replacement.

 

Colonial White Countertop and Mosaic Backsplash and Dark Chocolate Cabinets

Dark chocolate cabinets with mosaic tiles and colonial white
Picture Credit:Cabinet Cottage. The good enough contrast between dark chocolate cabinets and colonial white countertops. Mosaic tile is a plus .

 

 

Please speak your mind, and please add your valuable comments. If you need more information about granite material, I may suggest you to check the Granite Countertop : Kitchen Countertop Materials article of mine.

 

 

 

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  • Astrolpdc
    November 30, 2016 at 1:22 pm

    We put in nearly 70 sq. ft. of Colonial White granite with only 2 seams. Stone layout was done so expertly the seams are virtually invisible. Our kitchen is light challenged so lighter colored stone was mandatory. This Granite looks more expensive than it is, although we grabbed a very nice sale price, I must say. We chose the Short Ogee edge option and a 3 inch backsplash for all but the large peninsula top. Everyone who has seen the stone absolutely loves it. Beautiful quartz/mica sparkles of different colors reflect in any light. ..the copperish brown ones are the prettiest IMO. Under cabinet lighting is a must.

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