Brown Is Anything but Boring
- Contemporary, without being cold. A copper-colored countertop against crisp, white cabinet creates a modern look.
- Rustic & earthy. Brown, woodsy tones in your kitchen counters can bring the great outdoors in—connecting your home to nature. Incorporating warm metals and plants transforms any space to a natural escape.
- Rich & luxurious. Dark oak- or chestnut-colored counters will boldly lend a hint of extravagance to any kitchen or bathroom.
- Sophisticated & cozy. With chocolate counters and a cup of hot cocoa, your kitchen can feel like an intimate space to snuggle up with your favorite cookbook.
- Toasty & inviting. A cinnamon-brown or caramel island will offer a festive centerpiece where family and friends can gather.
Popular Types of Brown Stone
- Granite. Granite has been the longtime gold standard of countertops, due to its elegant style, resistance to damage, and range of colors, including browns such as Coffee Brown, Macadamia, and Chocolate Bordeaux,
- Fantasy Brown. Fantasy Brown is a light-colored stone with brown veining rippling throughout the surface. It’s technically a combo of marble and quartzite, making it an extremely durable choice.
- Calacatta Laza Quartz is a white engineered stone with gorgeous brown veining to create a lavish marble look.
- Chakra Beige Quartz weaves contrasting tones of creams and grays with rusty highlights—an ideal complement for natural wood cabinets.
- Other popular quartz selections:
- Royal Teak (tan and chocolate)
- Statuario Gold (golden-brown veining)
- Calacatta Bali (taupe and brown veining)
- Clarino (golden-tone veining)
- Allegro (Long, rippling veins of gold)
Design Tips to Make Brown Its Best
- Utilize light. If you have a lot of natural light in your kitchen, you can get away with having solid, dark brown countertops. If not, consider a lighter color with warm accents in the countertop surface and your wall paint or backsplash to brighten the space.
- Tone down the brown. Don’t go with brown for everything. Create dynamic contrasts by layering a variety of tones and textures, be it with your cabinets, wallpaper, metals, or upholstery choices.
- Decorative tie-ins. Choose décor accessories that bring out the browns in your counters—canisters, dish towels, or a wooden salad bowl, purposefully placed.
- Compliment your furniture. The stain of your wooden dining room table will be a big factor when selecting the tone of brown in your countertops.
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