Brown is a sober, elegant color that, like white and black, matches well with other colors, textures and materials. Now, imagine joining these features with those of granite? Exactly! The union between both is a great option for those looking for a charming and refined decoration, without giving up a resistant material and quality.
Like other varieties of stone, brown granite is indicated for internal and external use, and is mainly used for kitchen sink and bathroom countertops. However, its use need not be confined to these places. Brown granite also stands out on the floor, sills and drippings and also as wall cladding. Try combining brown granite with furniture and other details in wood, the result is an even more welcoming and sophisticated environment.
Despite all the advantages of this stone, you have a question that must be pounding your head: "after all, brown granite stain?". The answer is yes. Like all granite or marble, this variety is also susceptible to blemishes. But, calm down, do not give up using the stone because of it. The darker shades are less porous and thus tend to be more resistant to stains, but if it does stain, the dark tone of the stone does not show the problem. And if it helps, know that staining a brown granite is very difficult, so the stone would need to spend hours exposed to chemicals, water or intense color products.
But in general, always keep in mind the rule: "dirty? Clean Up Immediately ". So you save the beautiful stone for much longer. Another tip to help maintain the durability of granite is to never clean it with steel sponges or other abrasive material, since the stone may scratch.
Taking all these simple care, you can invest fearlessly in the brown granite and take advantage of all the beauty that it will add to your project.
Ah, one more thing. There are different varieties of brown granite available in the market. That is why it is important to know each one of them and to analyze which one fits best in your proposal. The most common are brown tobacco granite, imperial brown granite, brown coffee granite, brown granite beaver and absolute brown granite. See also: the main types of white granite , ubatuba green, black and other shades.
Do you want to get to know each other better? So keep following the post that we will present the main characteristics of them, the price range per square meter of brown granites and beautiful images of designs decorated with brown granite. Come on?!
Absolute brown granite
The absolute brown granite is formed by a mixture of quartz, feldspar and mica, material responsible for the color of the stone. This composition guarantees the hardness and the high resistance of the granite.
The absolute brown is very suitable for kitchen and bathroom projects that seek a homogeneous and uniform coloring stone. The unique shade of this granite creates sophisticated and elegant environments, creating a harmonious highlight in the environments. The natural uniformity of the stone also makes it a great alternative for industrialized stones like Silestone.
And do not worry, the absolute brown granite also does not stain. So many advantages should make you think that this is a very expensive stone. But know that when compared to other varieties of granite, including those of the same color, absolute brown granite has a price per square meter much more affordable, costing around R $ 350 m².
Picture 1 - Absolute brown granite in the bathroom bench: refinement and sophistication for the environment.
Picture 2 - Contrast between the white and the absolute brown granite of the bathroom countertop.
Picture 3 - American balcony made in absolute brown granite.
Picture 4 - If the environment has details or wooden furniture, the absolute brown granite helps to make the place even more cozy.
Picture 5 - White kitchen with bench made in absolute brown granite.
Picture 6 - Clean and modern kitchen bet on the bench of absolute brown granite.
Image 7 - Two shades of brown in the kitchen.
Image 8 - Carved toilet bowl in absolute brown granite.
Image 9 - Want uniformity? So bet on that stone.
Picture 10 - Absolute brown granite beauty gets even more enhanced in light kitchen designs.
Image 11 - Unique design for the sink in absolute brown granite.
Image 12 - One of the outstanding characteristics of granite, especially dark shades, is the brightness.
Picture 13 - Absolute brown in the kitchen of modern rustic style.
Granite brown Bahia
Quite different from the Absolute Brown granite, the Brown Bahia has a more striking appearance thanks to its tonality. The stone is a compound between the brown, gray and black colors with larger grains which makes this granite ideal for anyone looking for something not so uniform.
The national stone costs around R $ 450 m². It is worth mentioning that the values may vary depending on the region of the country.
Image 14 - Closer brown granite Brown Bahia almost resembles black color.
Picture 15 - A good request: combination rustic with brown granite.
Image 16 - Note the larger and striking grains of Marrom Bahia granite.
Picture 17 - Clear environments and without much visual information look great with this stone.
Picture 18 - Mix of colors and textures in this kitchen.
Picture 19 - Brown Bahia granite and wood form a beautiful combination.
Image 20 - Kitchen island made of granite Brown Bahia.
Picture 21 - White kitchen enhances the brown stone of the countertop.
Image 22 - Classic combination between dark stone and light furniture.
Picture 23 - Granite brown Bahia extends from the stone to the wall, coating all the side of the kitchen.
Picture 24 - Granite supports high temperatures, so it can be used without fear near furnaces and grills.
Image 25 - Workbench draws attention to granite.
Brown granite Castor
Castor brown granite stands out for its slightly yellowish brown shade. This stone has in its grains variations of brown, black and gray. The brown beaver granite is one of the varieties of brown that presents the lighter and less intense tonality, ideal to leave the environments lighter.
The average cost of brown beaver granite per m² is $ 350.
Image 26 - Ladder coated in granite brown beaver; it is advisable to use non-slip tapes because of the smooth and slippery surface of the stone.
Picture 27 - For a lighter kitchen bet on the granite brown beaver.
Image 28 - White kitchen cabinet with darker countertop.
Picture 29 - Modern and elegant bathroom with granite brown beaver countertop.
Image 30 - Wood furniture combination with granite brown.
Picture 31 - Classic white kitchen with bench made of granite brown beaver.
Picture 32 - A charming design; escape the obvious and invest in the beauty of brown granite.
Image 33 - To match the furniture, a stone of the same color.
Image 34 - Black Cuba in contrast with the brown stone.
Image 35 - White and brown kitchen.
Imperial brown granite or imperial coffee
The Imperial Brown granite or Imperial Coffee, as it is also known, is one of the most used in kitchen and bathroom designs. But do not confuse it with the imperial marble, they have the same name, but they are very different materials.
Imperial brown granite has open veins and grains that resemble coffee beans, hence the name. This stone has a shade of brown very different from the others. It is a mix between black, beige and brown shades variations on the same piece.
This granite combines very well with wood and metal, being possible to use it in projects that go from the most rustic to the most modern. Like other granites, imperial brown is also very strong, does not stain easily and can be used in high temperature environments, both indoors and outdoors.
However, prepare to pay a little more if you want to use it in your project, since this is one of the most expensive granites in the market, costing R $ 550 m².
Image 36 - Elegant, imperial brown granite values any environment where it is inserted.
Image 37 - Kitchen of brown tones bet on the imperial coffee granite to maintain color uniformity.
Picture 38 - Clear kitchen with imperial coffee granite countertop.
Picture 39 - Change the face of your bathroom with a granite brown coffee countertop.
Image 40 - Wooden kitchen with imperial brown granite.
Picture 41 - In the classic decorations, brown granite is also a great option.
Picture 42 - Just like in the most modern projects.
Picture 43 - Granite Café Imperial on the gourmet balcony.
Picture 44 - More uniform and homogeneous tone of the stone makes it one of the favorites of the decoration projects.
Picture 45 - Rustic kitchen with granite countertop brown imperial coffee.
Image 46 - Imperial brown between living room and kitchen.
Picture 47 - To break the brown kitchen pattern, invest in a white wall.
Picture 48 - The kitchen gets much cozier with the use of this stone, does not it?
Brown tobacco granite
The brown tobacco granite has small black grains on the surface, giving the stone a not very uniform appearance, both in color and texture. However, it is still a great choice for kitchen and bathroom countertops, floors and walls. Brown tobacco can be, in the same way as the others, used in outdoor and indoor environments. The stone also has high strength and low porosity, thus avoiding the terrible stains.
After imperial coffee granite, this is the most expensive variety of brown granite on the market. The average cost is around R $ 470 m².
Picture 49 - Pure charm and glamor this bathroom lined with brown tobacco granite.
Picture 50 - Notice the black veins that mark this stone.
Picture 51 - Bathroom counter made with brown tobacco granite.
Image 52 - Smooth and shiny surface, characteristic of granites of dark tonality.
Picture 53 - Granite brown tobacco in the room. Like the idea?
Image 54 - Countertop and granite brown tobacco countertop.
Image 55 - Luxurious bathroom made in brown tobacco granite.
Image 56 - Meanwhile in the outside area of the house, a portal made of granite brown tobacco.
Image 57 - Assorted shades of brown in the kitchen.
Image 58 - A kitchen to be inspired.
Image 59 - Gray, white and brown tobacco granite.
Image 60 - Elegance and sophistication of this kitchen is due to the granite brown tobacco.