Granite Installation in the Jackson Ms Area
Our team of specialized pros take pride in each and every job we complete. Each job is custom tailored to meet each individual customers expectations. Since we provide whatever type stone, color, and edge a customer can imagine, we stay ahead of our competition in customer service. Our Company focuses on residential and commercial installs in the central Misissippi are with a continued desire to give the best quality product along with customer service of the highest standards.
From small guest bathroom countertops to full kitchen remodels around the Jackson area, there’s no job too small or too big that our pros at Granite Solutions can’t handle. We’re certified and insured, and have gained an excellent reputation for being one of Mississippi’s premier stone countertop installers, so you can be assured that our experts are the best in the business.
Tips on How To Choose The Perfect Granite Color For Your Home
Choosing which granite color can be one of the hardest decisions in any kitchen remodel. This is especially true when you have pre existing elements that need to be considered in your selection. And how to choose granite colors with your existing appliances is a basic, yet common question. So here is a summary to help guide you with a more informed opinion on how to best match your granite with your cabinets, flooring, and appliances.
If you have white appliances: I’d stay away from white or creamed colored granite colors unless you already have a very light, and modern kitchen. The main reason being because it’s a lot like wearing all white or all black. If the tones aren’t the same, it is almost always going to be seen as off or not matching, usually resulting in one of them looking dirty or a dingy yellow. And considering you just made a significant investment on your new countertops, you don’t want that to be the first reaction anyone has to your newly remodeled kitchen! Instead I’d look for neutral to go along with white appliances. Something not too light, but not too dark either. Consider a giallo veneziano granite, yellow river granite or any other color with a similar color value and you’ll have a nice contrast without being so distinct, and easily noticeable.
If you have black appliances: Take into consideration the actual size of your kitchen. If your kitchen is small, adding a dark colored granite countertop could make the room appear and feel even smaller. If your kitchen doesn’t have the most natural lighting, having dark countertops would make the room feel more confined as well. Darker colors however, are always more dramatic. If your kitchen is larger and open, consider going with uba tuba, black galaxy or even a blue pearl granite colors. These granite types are all pretty dark but have a separate color other than just black to soothe the mix. This would play off the appliances nicely, without it looking as though it was all the same color. Remeber, contrast is nice as long as moderation is kept in mind. If your kitchen is lacking in size or lighting, stick to the mid range or lighter colors if possible.
If you have stainless steel appliances: You can pretty much pick any color granite you want and your kitchen will always look outstanding. Stainless steel appliances are quite neutral and you’ve pretty much can have your pick any way you’d like with no bad consequences. In fact, the only color I could think of off the top of my head that may not look good next to stainless are some VERY very grey pearl granite types. These granite types would look better with black appliances. They also look great with darker colors because the stainless steel helps reflect the light around the room instead of just absorbing it.