White isn’t typically considered a bold color–unless you choose it as the color of your kitchen countertops.
Light-colored countertops can be bold. You can combine them with white cabinets to create a sleek, contemporary look. You can combine them with deep, dark-colored cabinets to give your kitchen dramatic appeal. And they can be combined with brown-colored cabinets to create a warm, welcoming look and feel.
The trick is to work with a granite fabricator in St. Louis to find a light-colored countertop material that is as durable and sturdy as it is stunning. If you are looking into countertop colors, take a look at these tough, light-colored countertops which are available through a top granite fabricator in St. Louis:
Granite is a beloved countertop material because it is incredibly durable and available in an array of stunning colors, including an array of whites and grays. Take a look at this River White Granite, which has a soft, inviting pattern that would create a calm environment in your kitchen.
Marble is another countertop material that comes in amazingly awesome shades of white and gray, and it also offers a tough surface. In addition to marble’s all-natural spectacular beauty, it can also withstand a lot of heat.
Look at this slab, which is available through Arch City Granite & Marble. It’s a classic cut of Carrara White Honed marble that is actually closer to a gray–but either way it will look great in your kitchen.
While it is true that natural stones such as granite, marble and soapstone are crafted to stand the test of time as countertops, it is also true that there are other light-colored countertop materials that offer a certain amount of durability. These include Super White Quartzite, which looks like a natural stone but is actually engineered to be stronger than both marble and granite (but not by much). Quartz countertops are non-porous, hygienic and look sleek and slick.
To learn more about how you can incorporate tough, light countertop materials into your kitchen, contact the best granite fabricator in St. Louis (which also happens to specialize in marble and quartz countertops) at Arch City Granite & Marble.