INTRODUCING THE LATEST ADDITION TO THE SILGRANIT COLOUR PALETTE: CONCRETE GRAY
Embracing the raw beauty and imperfections of natural concrete to create the perfect shade of gray. Concrete Gray most closely resembles the organic essence of pure refined granite with a clean and balanced colour profile. Having the right amount of red and blue undertones makes it easy to design with in a variety of spaces with warm and cool colour schemes, This flat, matte colour aligns with current interior and kitchen design trends and coordinates easily with the latest countertop and cabinet materials.
Colour is such an important part of our lives, especially within our homes. It is a fundamental aspect of interior design, and we use colour as a form of creative expression. It has the power to uplift, energize, soothe and awaken. Get inspired and reflect your individuality with a spectrum of natural shades.
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Café is a warm, deep rich brown that works beautifully with a variety of warm whites, warm grays and wood tones. Café provides contrast in a surprisingly calming fashion and can look fabulous in rustic industrial and transitional craftsman style kitchens.
A softer, warmer alternative to cool white, this creamy off-white still satisfies the need for a light fresh neutral. Biscuit can be used in many different kitchens such as; shabby chic, Paris bistro and coastal which feature soft blues, beiges, or light and breezy pastels.
Cinder is a dark, flat matte gray with a slight brown undertone, making it an extremely versatile warm gray. Perfect for contemporary spaces with warm neutral beiges, warm whites, woods, metals and even punches of bold colours.
White is the perfect blank canvas and will work in kitchens in almost any decor style. White is perfect for achieving that clean, serene harmonious kitchen style but is also wonderful for modern eclectic styles that incorporate bright colours, interesting textures, and patterns.
Anthracite is dark, dramatic and very popular among designers. This colour is stunning in monochromatic, rustic industrial kitchens and when you look closely, it actually has a subtle silver sparkle. Anthracite also works beautifully in classic, clean, black and white kitchens.
Metallic Gray is a cooler, mid-tone gray with a brilliant silver sparkle. This colour is very adaptable, especially with a lot of the trending gray or white kitchens on the market. If you are looking to make the switch from stainless steel, this colour bridges that gap comfortably.
Truffle is a unique colour - in some settings, it can have a cooler gray undertone, while in other settings it can be warm and light. This light taupey-greige lends itself to mid-century modern or Asian influenced styles characterized by simplicity and natural shapes.