How Much Does Tan Brown Granite Cost Per Square Foot?
Tan Brown Granite is produced in massive quantities and is one of the more popular granite colors available. The aesthetic appeal of this magnificent natural stone is the driving force behind its immense popularity.
Tan Brown Granite isn’t your bargain bin variety granite, but it’s also not exorbitantly expensive either. More often than not you will find Tan Brown displayed in the upper echelon of level 2 granite choices. The average Tan Brown Granite countertops cost will typically be between $50-60 per square foot installed.
Why Choose Tan Brown Granite?
There’s no doubt that Tan Brown is one of the more unique brown granite choices available. Although it’s unique, there isn’t much variation between slabs. Tan Brown Granite could conceivably be chosen without viewing slabs in person with little in the way of surprises.
The primary colors are brown and black with grey flecks littered throughout. Most slabs will have fairly even coverage of these two primary colors. The pattern of Tan Brown is best described as patched or blotched.
There are countless uses for Tan Brown Granite beyond kitchen countertops or bathroom vanities. This extremely durable natural stone is great for outdoor kitchens, showers, fireplace surrounds, and walls.
My all-time favorite placement for Tan Brown Granite is with-in a rustic themed kitchen. Pairing Tan Brown granite with aged cabinets in an exposed post and beam home is a winning combination in my opinion. Beyond pairing with rustic wooden cabinets, Tan Brown also is popular matched with white, cherry, and natural cabinets.
Tan Brown Granite is quarried in India.
Tan Brown Granite Photos
Featured below is Tan Brown Granite countertops paired with cherry cabinets, and a white diamond pattern backsplash in a timeless kitchen. Despite all the brown used in this kitchen it surprisingly doesn’t feel all doom and gloom.
Of course, we’d be foolish not to showcase Tan Brown with the most popular cabinet color this decade. White Cabinets match wonderfully with this predominantly brown and black granite color. Once again a diamond pattern backsplash is used, but with a slightly bigger tile. A cost-effective eased granite edge and built-in appliances make this kitchen look like it was meticulously planned. Definitely not an afterthought!
Depending on the amount of natural sunlight and the size of the space, mocha or espresso cabinets make an interesting pairing with Tan Brown. If your able to offset the dark colors with a light backsplash and bright paint the contrasting colors can create an appealing finished product.