How Much Does New Venetian Gold Cost Per Square Foot?
New Venetian Gold granite is one of the most popular granite colors available. It offers a warm and oriental feel at a bargain bin cost. The standard 3cm thick slab of New Venetian granite costs between $35-40 per square foot. Although sometimes it will be included in fabricators introductory promotional pricing for as low as $29.99 per square foot.
Why Choose New Venetian Gold Granite?
New Venetian Gold is a tremendous value and provides a warm and classy ambience to whatever space it’s incorporated into. It Features differing shades of beige, brown and gold in addition to speckles of darker mineral deposits. The variance between slabs is limited, and it’s possible to choose this granite material with viewing in person. In-line with other cheaper granite color choices, the pattern is very uniform with very little in the way of surprises. The bottom line, New Venetian Gold is affordable, versatile, warm, and classy. Not bad for a budget grade granite right?
New Venetian Gold Granite is quarried in Brazil.
What Cabinets Match Best with Venetian Gold Granite?
The atmosphere inspired by this kitchen remodel is pretty exquisite. New Venetian Gold is the material of choice for the island and main countertops and is seamlessly paired with similarly toned backsplash. The warm and cozy cream colored cabinets pair especially nice, and the natural stone facade above the range elevates the atmosphere even more so. Despite all the great elements of this kitchen, I think the unique flame styles pendant lights might just be my favorite.
My question for you, Who doesn’t love shiny things? This kitchen sparkles with a beautifully polished slab of New Venetian Gold. The under-cabinet lighting intensifies the effect bouncing its glow off the high-gloss backsplash and countertop. Cherry Cabinets, Stainless steel appliances, pots, pans, and a shimmering glass vase round out this stunning kitchen design.
It would behoove me to show kitchens featuring New Venetian Gold and not showcase one with traditional white cabinets. White cabinets have been by far the most popular cabinet color in the past decade. If you’re looking to stay with the status quo when it comes to cabinets, New Venetian Gold makes a wonderful pairing.