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Granite Colors You Might Want in Your Bathroom

We all know that granite countertops are durable and strong. However, granite is also versatile, too. It comes in many colors and patterns, and can provide a great look to any bathroom. Here is a selection of very popular granite colors that you might want for your next bathroom remodel.

Saint Cecilia

The dominant feature of Saint Cecilia is its gold, gray, and burgundy accents on its beige base. Saint Cecilia is known for being an accent color. It can make a bold statement, especially when combined with rustic colors, like cherry or black.


Ubatuba is a classic color that will not go out of style any time soon. It is an incredibly popular color, because it is so versatile. It comes in shades of green that can sometimes veer into blue. It does not have a lot of veining, and goes well with just about any cabinet color or style.

Black Pearl

Black Pearl is rich and dark, but has veining of silver and gold. A polished finish will really bring out the pearl sheen. It has a very consistent look without a lot of variation. You always know what you are getting when it comes to Black Pearl, but it can look different depending on the surroundings. Darker cabinets like cherry or chestnut can bring out the warmer tones.

Black Marinace

Black Marinace is unique and distinctive. It draws the eye with its black surface punctuated by specks of white and grey. It goes very well with white and cream colored cabinets as the contrast can create an amazingly bold statement.


If you are looking for a warmer color for your countertops, then Caledonia might be for you. It is mostly gray, but has splashes of white and gray. It can go with just about anything, so it is also very versatile.

As you can see, there is a lot of think about when it comes to choosing your granite for your bathroom. Go with one of these popular colors to create a visually stunning and stylish space.

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