How much does Kashmir White Granite cost per square foot?
Kashmir White Granite is a warm and majestic natural stone. Despite its elegance, it’s offered at a relatively affordable price and is part of most granite fabricators level two granite selections.
For a typical 3 cm thick slab you’re looking at a granite countertop price window of about $55-$75 per square foot. When dropping down to a slightly thinner profile slab of 2 cm the cost will drop to between $40-$55 per square foot
Kashmir White Granite isn’t just great for kitchen countertops it’s also a terrific option for bathroom vanities, showers, backsplashes, and outdoor kitchens. Another sneaky good spot to utilize this warm-toned beautiful granite is as a fireplace surround.
Why Buy Kashmir White Granite?
Kashmir White is a versatile high performer that works with a number of cabinet and flooring choices. It is a fairly uniform granite with not too much variance between slabs. However, it will have more variation than some of the lower-priced granite options such as Luna Pearl or Dallas White. Kashmir White features a predominantly white base color with flecks of brown and patches of a subtle warm beige coloration that is littered throughout. When you closely inspect this majestic natural stone you’ll notice little specs of grayish-black covering the slabs surface The combination of a modest price tag and its warm elegance makes Kashmir White one of the more popular white granite colors available.
You might also like some of these similar granite colors; White Galaxy Granite, Alaskan White Granite, White Fantasy Granite, Moon White Granite, Dallas White Granite.
Kashmir White is quarried in India.
What cabinets match best with Kashmir White Granite?
As you can see here Kashmir white granite looks works well with white cabinets. In the kitchen pictured below, you can see a white backsplash is also utilized, brush nickel knobs, a stainless steel faucet and under-counter lighting pull the room together. Keeping with the white theme is flowers sitting in white vases. The flowers do a great job of adding some color to this bright clean modern kitchen design.
Dark brown stained cabinets also make a wonderful pairing with Kashmir White. The large square-shaped island with a standard straight countertop edge features brushed nickel hardware and a large two-stage sink. It’s only used as the countertop surface in this kitchen. Kashmir White Granite is also used as a backsplash and makes a great alternative to the more commonly used tile backsplash.
Here’s an up-close and personal view of Kashmir White Granite. Take note of the brownish-red flecks littered throughout. Less noticeable from afar is the patches of warm beige rather abundantly spread across the surface of the slab.