With shades of white and gray mixed with flecks of browns and blacks, Bianco Romano granite can be used inside your home as well as in an outdoor living space. It can tolerate extreme temperatures, whether your area drops to freezing in the winter or rises to triple digits in the summer.
Bianco Romano Granite Designer Thoughts
Dark cherry cabinets are a great way to bring out the flecks of brown and black in Bianco Romano. This can be a great look for a home bar in a recreation room or for your kitchen.
Painted white cabinets matched with the granite and light colored subway tile can give your kitchen an eclectic look when paired with nickel or oil-rubbed bronze hardware. Natural wood cabinets also work well with Bianco Romano.
Thinking about an outdoor living space? Bianco Antico granite is perfect for landscaping around your sitting area or use it as countertop for your outdoor kitchen. The granite works well with stainless steel cabinets which pick up the gray in the tile and accentuate the pink flecks.