Theories of Colour Design
o Complementary Theory: According to this theory, use two opposing shades that complement each other. For example, you can use black and white for the complementary theme of your kitchen.
o Analogous Theory: This theory takes into account two or three colours that blend well with one another. For instance, you can combine light brown with beige and grey with off white. This theory helps to bring about a harmonious balance in the overall scheme of colours.
o Monochromatic Theory: This theory makes use of just one colour in various shades to impart a consistent, classy look.
Popular Shades Used for Granite Kitchen Worktops
Granite is obtained from the molten rock, mixed with an array of minerals hardened over the years. Granite worktops in Brighton and in the other UK cities are available in a variety of patterns and colours, such as white, black, green, red and blue. The traces of minerals get ingrained into the granite to create a multitude of colours and patterns. Some of the most popular colours of the stone used by homeowners are:
o Brown: Beige, brown or similar shades are popular among the homeowners as the ideal colour for granite worktops in Surrey. These colours are preferred for their neutral tone and they harmonize well in different kitchen styles, such as contemporary, edgy, classic etc. They are a good choice for redesigning kitchens as they blend well with various colours.
o Black: This colour imparts grace and elegance to the kitchen décor. A black granite worktop in an all-white kitchen look amazing.
o Green: This colour gives a warm touch to your kitchen. To do up your kitchen décor stylishly, choose emerald granite worktop in Croydon to brighten up your white walls.
For choosing the right shade for your worktop, take the professional help of our stonemasons at AMR Granite by calling up at 01293-550-184 or dropping an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.