7 Creative Ways to Use Granite in Your Home

7 Creative Ways to Use Granite in Your Home

7 Creative Ways to Use Granite in Your Home

Posted by Stone Care Experts | July 21, 2017 | Stone Care, Stone Care Blog
7 Creative Ways to Use Granite in Your Home

Granite is a naturally beautiful and incredibly durable stone. While it’s most commonly used for countertops, flooring, and showers, granite can be used in many areas of the home and garden to create statement pieces and completely unique design elements, and granite care is fairly simple if performed properly. Here are 7 creative ways to incorporate granite and other types of natural stone in your home and yard. 

1. Shelves

Granite remnants are easy to get for free or for very little cost from granite suppliers. Choose long, thin pieces of beautiful granite and mount them to the wall for instant sophisticated storage space that coordinates with your bathroom or living room. 

2. Tabletop

Whether you’re breathing fresh life into outdated or damaged furniture or you want to add a pop of color to your favorite coffee table or end table, granite is the way to do it. Choose a piece of granite scrap that matches the size of the surface of your table for an updated look and conversation piece.

3. Tabletop Decoration

Fill your favorite tray, bowl, or vase with small granite chips for an incredibly beautiful tabletop decoration or centerpiece. Granite is great for setting off candles in a display, but it can also be used as a serving tray with appetizers. Make sure you lay down felt underneath your tray or bowl first so the hard granite doesn’t scratch the glass or wood.

4. Garden Edging

There’s no better way to set off the beauty of your garden than by using natural materials like wood and stone. Instead of buying boring stone pavers, use granite remnants to edge your garden or driveway. The striking color and veining of the stone will set off the brilliant blooms and foliage of your garden and keep it tidy. 

5. Cobblestone Walkway

Cobblestone walkways and driveways have been popular for centuries, but they can be costly. If you have access to a large amount of scrap granite, which can often be obtained for free from granite suppliers, it’s possible to cut it into uniform pavers for a completely unique cobblestone-styled walkway, patio, or even a driveway. 

6. Sink

Forget about porcelain, stainless steel, and glass. The trendiest new material for sinks is granite. Granite sinks are made from granite dust and resin molded into a sink for an eye-catching sink design that’s heat resistant, scratch resistant, and durable. They come in many colors and styles, including traditional drop-in kitchen and bathroom sinks and even apron-front farmhouse sinks. 

7. Fireplace

Natural stone is a clear winner for a fireplace, especially if your existing fireplace is outdated or plain. Granite tile or slabs can be installed over the existing face and mantel of your fireplace for an instant facelift. Black granite in particular is a good choice for reflecting the light of a fire.

Whether it’s for shelves or a tabletop, granite all-surface wipes are the perfect solution for keeping small sections of granite in your home clean. Find out more about caring for granite, travertine, marble, and other types of natural stone by getting in touch with Granite Gold®. Call us today at 1-800-475-STONE to learn about our high-quality stone care products.

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