There are various countertop and cabinet combinations that you can make in your kitchen. The most common practice is to combine contrasting counters and cabinets, but there’s no reason why you can’t make your own design statement. 

You are free to use any color scheme that you like. That means you can be as creative as you like. Choose from different stone samples until you find that perfect combination. You’d know that it’s the perfect match because you’ll see it clearly. 

Experiment with colors and palettes as much as you like. Consider your backsplash or floor tiles as well when selecting. All of these should come together to finish the look. Making design mistakes is easy. Try to pick all the designs that you want at the same time so you can see how they look against each other. If you don’t do that, you might not like the results and end up doing the kitchen again. Here are some design choices worth checking out: 

  1. White on black 

Some people love light-colored cabinets going against a granite countertop with a darker shade. If this is what you like for your kitchen, then go for it. Explore different options, such as quartz and soapstone, and see if that works best with the cabinet of your choice. 

  1. White on white 

There are no pure white countertops in nature. The closest you can get is quartz. The other option you have is marble. However, marble does not offer a very durable work surface for the kitchen. But when it comes to looks, it certainly is a beautiful choice. 

  1. Wood and stone 

Wood and stone look very good together. However, try to keep the flooring neutral if you want to go this route. Making your floor wood too maybe a little too much. A wood strip as an accent to your floor is quite nice, though.  

Granite Countertop Options  

The interesting thing about countertops is that they can come in neutral shades. The combination of natural stones in your countertop will amaze you because it’s not all granite. It also contains quartz and a few other minerals. Gabbro is a popular black granite countertop option although it not at all granite when it comes to composition. Even so, it provides one of the toughest kitchen surfaces, so you might want to look at it. Here are some colored granite countertop designs to choose from: 

  1. Absolute black 

Absolute black seems right for anyone who wants to build a modern and sleek kitchen. This type is the purest kind of black granite you will find, as you’ll see not a trace of other colors in it. This option is great for those who want to make a high contrast white-on-black kitchen or vice versa. 

  1. Ubatuba

Ubatuba is a type of black granite countertop with a unique name. Yet that name resounds quality. This granite countertop is renowned for its golden specks, with some varieties having green and red spots as well. As a perk, it’s also child-proof, simply because it is resistant to stain. If you want this type installed, simply hire one of the experts in Grand Prairie granite countertops to help you out.