A good color scheme is important for every kitchen and bathroom. A concise set of matching colors that complement each other well bring out the beauty of every material and surface. It would degrade high-quality kitchen or bathroom countertops to let the flooring material overwhelm or clash with them. However, your countertops and flooring are the two most important surfaces in either room, so you need to know how to match them, let them complement each other, and create a cohesive design. Specialists in granite bathroom countertops in Cumming recommend that you do the following.


Keep It Simple

Complex color schemes can overwhelm the eye and distract you. Bathrooms and kitchens should give you a sense of calm and warmth, so try to keep colors to a minimum. If you like your flooring and want to buy the best kitchen countertops you can, try to bring out a secondary color in the flooring and make it primary in the countertops. For instance, slate floors are typically gray-green with a hint of red. Therefore, red countertops with dark gray veins would be a perfect match.


Use a Color Wheel

Not all colors complement each other. For some reason, certain color combinations look appealing, while others don't. For instance, different shades of blue look great together, so blue-gray floors would match sea blue marble countertops. But, different shades of red like maroon and pink clash with each other and should stay far apart. Use a color wheel, which you can find in any hardware store or online, to find a group of warm, cool, and neutral colors that look great together.


Design in Order

The best order in which to design any kitchen or bathroom is this: Countertops, then cabinetry, flooring, appliances, and finally, the fixtures and hardware. When you design starting with beautiful granite bathroom countertops from Cumming, you can base your entire color scheme in the room, including the color of the flooring, on the naturally diverse shades of color in natural granite.