- Colonial White Price: $40 / square foot
*price does not include edges, installation labor and sink
- Stone Type: Granite
- Primary Colors: White
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Description: Colonial White Granite is a combination of pale gray and silver with black speckles. It can be used for residential and commercial applications and is recommended for kitchen and bathroom countertops.
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No regrets in having Granite Selection handle my kitchen countertop remodeling. My kitchen was in complete chaos with cracks all over, becoming home to molds and ugly stains. Once we got the budget to get it remodeled, we sifted through different professional installers until we came across the team from Granite Selection. They were very professional and through our discussions, were able to suggest that we go for the Colonial White Granite countertop as it complements the current dark wood-colored cabinets. It gave our kitchen a more prominent vibe and we could not be more, please.
I was looking for a creamy toned granite countertop for my new kitchen but could not find the color I was looking for until I decided to give up on cream and searched for white. I came across Colonial White Granite and was pleased that unlike its name (which bears the term white), it is actually the kind of soft cream I was looking for. Partnered with its unique specks of dark rose pink stones and grayish veins, my kitchen now looks elegant and much bigger than it actually is, as it combines perfectly with my white cabinets. Never been happier with my kitchen interior!
My husband and I have always been eyeing granite for our kitchen countertop. We were just not too sure what primary color we were after, until we decided to try something primarily white and came across this colonial white granite countertop. We wanted something that would look classic. Something that would pair nicely with the black cabinets and Adara Interlocking backsplash we also decided to have for the kitchen interior. At the same time, since we both like cooking, we tend to accommodate guests in the kitchen area a lot. We had to consider a design and color that would look neat, and of course, is easy to clean. We are definitely getting this color, we are just currently checking out floor colors as well so that everything matches. Any recommendations?
The colonial white granite countertop is too perfect on my oak kitchen cabinets! My kitchen has this traditional look but in a rich kind of way. You might think that it would somehow be too contrasting, but it does not. The oak actually highly compliments the white granite color and texture, as well as its specks. Of course, I’m pretty sure that this would actually be able to complement any kind of cabinet color, but the mood and vibe would absolutely change. I was going for traditional and I really achieved it with this combination.