Fior Di Pesco Apuano Marble Kitchen | Aria Stone Gallery

Your home is one of the best ways that you can show off your style and personality. There is no better way to show off your personality than incorporating your favorite colors to make a statement in your home and we predict that we will see even more color as 2018 progresses.

As interior designer Lucinda Loya said, “make it your own and it will be timeless.” And according to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, it seems that more than ever homeowners are stepping away from the traditional white kitchen and selecting bold appliances, cabinets, and countertops for their new designs.

This incredible galley kitchen features floor-to-ceiling custom cabinetry in robin’s egg blue for abundant, stylish storage. This bold cabinetry is complimented by the amalgamation of chocolate, cream, and rust hues that are found in the Quasar Quartzite countertops and backsplash, sourced by Aria Stone Gallery.

Aria Stone Gallery’s Quasar quartzite. Image courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


Strive for a balance between neutral and colorful to achieve a unique design without going overboard. This kitchen in the Christopher Peacock showroom shows how to harmoniously achieve the right balance. The colorful marble pattern incorporates lavender and cream that compliments the blue walls, while the custom white cabinetry and silver accents create a balanced color palette.

fior di pesco apuano colorful marble kitchen
Aria Stone Gallery’s Fior Di Pesco Apuano marble. Image courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


Another thing to keep in mind is to design with natural light in mind. The amount of natural light a room receives will vary from room to room. Keep in mind that colors will appear differently in rooms with more or less natural light. While this butler’s pantry is not in direct line of a window, the colors are cohesive and are not at all overwhelming for the small space.

Aria Stone Gallery’s Macchia Vecchia marble. Image courtesy of Aria Stone Gallery.


Living metals and natural materials that have the ability to show visible wear with age makes a space more personal, showing a uniqueness that will never fully be replicated. This colorful wet bar mixes Aria Stone Gallery’s colorful Bianco Neve Honed Marble and stunning brass accents.

Aria Stone Gallery’s Bianco Neve Honed marble. Image courtesy of Jenkins Interiors.




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