Are you looking for a granite slab that can do it all? Andino White granite might be exactly what you’re looking for. This type of granite goes perfectly with kitchen cabinets in a variety of styles and colors. Want to learn more about Andino White granite and the ways that you can use it in your own kitchen? Read on and we’ll show you everything you need to know about this beautiful stone!
About Andino White Granite
Like many of our favorite new granite colors, this type of granite is quarried in Brazil and it features an white to off-white background with hints of gray, black and brown. Some slabs feature large, brilliantly white spots among the darker flecking while others have a more muted, rippled look. Either way, the beautiful mix of colors makes this a highly desirable type of granite, especially for modern kitchens.
The greatest thing about Andino White granite countertops is that they’ll give you a high-end luxury look at a comparatively lower cost than many other types of high end granite. According to Homewyse, the average cost to install a granite countertop in the United States is between $59 and $86 — and if you want something more exotic or a type of granite that is comparable to Andino White, the price can go much higher. If you choose Andino White granite slabs, however, you can expect to pay between $58 and $62 per square foot, and that includes finishing, and the installation costs.
Designing a Kitchen with Andino White Granite
Andino White granite countertops are the perfect option for the black, white and off-white kitchen cabinets that are so popular today. The muted mix of gray and white make for the perfect contrast against both dark and light cabinetry, and the subtle brown tones will give your kitchen just a hint of color.
Where this granite really stands out, however, is in kitchens with espresso cabinetry. Choose white or off-white for the wall color, select appliances with a stainless steel finish and add the finishing touches by using stainless steel doorknobs and drawer pulls. The white, gray and brown tones in this White granite will help you pull the theme together beautifully. If you’d like to add an accent color to the kitchen, add it with the backsplash by choosing granite or ceramic tile with darker brown overtones.
If you’re looking for a more traditional, old-fashioned theme, Andino White granite works wonderfully well with natural oak cabinets. You can still use the same stainless steel appliances, fixtures and hardware, but when it comes to wall colors, you can go with white, off-white or a nice beige tone to bring out the natural browns within the granite.
If you’re interested in White granite countertops or any of our new granite colors, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Arch City Granite & Marble. If you’d like to order your new countertops, or even if you’d like to take a firsthand look at Andino White granite, it is always in stock at our St. Louis and O’Fallon locations. Stop in and see the granite slabs that could be your new kitchen countertops!