Color Tile Wall with Dark Granite Countertops
The dark granite worktops incorporating a modern element to the kitchen decor. Due to its rugged construction and dark, these countertops are a low maintenance option for designing a kitchen. To avoid unsightly watermarks and food stains on the walls that are on the counter, you can install a tiled wall behind the sink and stove. Many styles of this type walls complement the dark granite countertops.
Red and dark are colors that complement each other, so you can use red ceramic tiles and wall to the back of the dark granite countertops. Choose a red tile color is bright and vivid. Avoid maroon and burgundy tile that is too dark to dark countertops. Opt for tiles 1 x 1 inch (2.5 x 2.5 cm) or 4 x 4 inches (10 x 10 cm) for a design attractive to the eye wall.
A wall tile cool white combined with dark granite countertops. The dark granite has flecks of white stone in its composition, so that the white tile design complements the dark countertop. Extends the white tile in symmetrical horizontal rows on the sink or stove. For a less common design, each tile placed with a tip facing upward as in a diamond shape. The result will be a wall tile that looks like diagonal rows.