How Much Does Glacier White Granite Cost Per Square Foot?
Glacier White Granite is an expensive granite choice. Falling in most fabricators or slab yards level 3 or Grade A granite categories. While expensive Glacier White will be one of the more affordable options when it comes to level 3 granite colors.
The average price across the industry for Glacier White granite countertops is around $70 per square foot installed. Adding an intricate granite edge choice or extra cutouts for a drop in range will add to the overall granite price per square foot.
Why Choose Glacier White Granite Countertops?
Consumers looking for white granite colors for their countertops that can be the focal point of their kitchen find Glacier White to fit the bill. Long awe-inspiring streaks of gray in varying tones sweep across a typical slab. These long streaks make Glacier White especially beautiful, long stretches of uninterrupted counter-space best showcase all that this granite has to offer.
Where is Glacier White Granite from?
Glacier White Granite is quarried in India.
Glacier White Granite Slab
Here is a perfect view of a full slab of Glacier White Granite. Take note of the long stunning streaks of grey running all the way across the surface of this slab. The varying depth of color grey makes this one of nature’s finest pieces of art.
Closeup of Glacier White Kitchen Countertop
An extreme closeup of this Glacier White granite kitchen countertop showcases trace amounts of burgundy toned mineral deposits. Depending on the slab you may see more than pictured below or none at all.
When choosing a slab with burgundy deposits littered throughout or none at all take stock of the rest of your kitchen materials. Cherry cabinets making nice pairing with a Glacier White slab prevalent in these burgundy deposits as their tones are very complementary.
Glacier White Granite Island
There’s no doubt this kitchen featuring Glacier White on both the kitchen island and main countertops is prepped and ready for its cover shot. This classy kitchen design does a great job of compensating for its heavy use of white(cabinets and countertops are white) by implementing vibrant cherry toned hardwood flooring, dark gray subway tile(and grey mosaic tile above the range), and a gray-toned paint on the walls.
Glacier White Granite with Black Cabinetry
The focal point of this kitchen the combination of contrasting island and main cabinets and you guessed it… Glacier White Granite. Utilizing dark cabinetry on the expansive kitchen island works well here. There is such a thing as too much white, at least that my opinion. White subway tile, white main cabinets, white ceiling, and light paint combined with 9-foot ceilings give off an open airy feel. While rustic hardwood floors and the black island add character.
Maple Cabinets with Glacier White Cabinetry
While white cabinets have become the most popular choice of late, maple cabinets in tandem with Glacier White Granite countertops can’t be overlooked. As we mentioned earlier cherry or maple cabinets really highlight the burgundy mineral deposits in the surface of the slab.