River White Granite and Grey
River White combined with dark grey units help to create a calm and soothing look to your kitchen that you will no doubt love spending time in. Combined with white walls this colour schemes allows for a lot of freedom – as you can choose either to have wooden floors or a white marbled floor to match the look of the worktops. Stainless steel accessories work well with this scheme, see below a recent example of this style with worktops fitted by AV Surfaces.
Blue Pearl Granite and White
These two colours create a sophisticated, bright kitchen with an added splash of colour. There is a lot of freedom in this colour scheme too – as you can choose either to have white walls matched with blue worktops, or add a grey which works well with the blue of the Granite. Consider dark rustic wooden floorboards with this scheme, with stainless steel accessories or choose to go with a darker grey option.
Monochrome with Absolute Black Granite
Monochrome is the most simple, classic yet refined style of kitchen that includes Granite in 2018. Whilst it is simple, this look is sure to make a bold statement at the same time. Monochrome works best for those who are considering a black granite work top, paired with white units and walls. This does not allow for much flexibility as if you introduce another prominent colour you stand to lose the overall refined look, nor are you able to switch the walls from white as any dark colour would bring too dark of an overall look to the kitchen. In regards to accessories Monochrome style kitchens work best with simple stainless steel.