Yes, quartz countertops are continuing to rise in popularity but let’s not discount the fact that granite countertops are still a mainstay in residential construction. There are many granite countertop colors out there that look amazing with the latest design trends. With its organic look and durability, below are the most popular granite countertop colors of 2020:

  • Anchorage White

An affordable granite, Anchorage White Granite is a frosty blend of pale silver and frosty whites, marketed with warm neutrals and onyx hues. It pairs with almost any cabinet color and looks great with a ceramic or glass subway tile. If you are looking for a neutral countertop at a lower price point, then this is a perfect color.

Granite Countertop Colors: Anchorage White

  • Fawn

Another economical granite choice is Fawn. With many homeowners still preferring whiter countertops, Fawn is a very cost-effective way of achieving this look.

Granite Countertop Colors: Fawn

  • Ashton White

A mid-range granite that is a very popular alternative to a White Carrara marble is Ashton White. Ashton White Granite is both elegant and sophisticated, with cool whites and grays that are complemented with warm gold veins. As always, it comes down to your preference when choosing your slabs. But, if you are concerned about the maintenance of White Carrara marble, then Ashton White is a great choice.

Granite Countertop Colors: Ashton White

  • Haverhill

Haverhill Granite from Brazil is a durable polished slab granite of whites and gray with medium variation. It is also considered another great alternative to marble, especially marble with deep dramatic veining.

Granite Countertop Colors: Haverhill

  • Graphite

Yes! White granite is not the only color that tops the list. Graphite granite is trendy right now. If you are looking for more of a contrast with your white cabinetry and want a unique look and feel to your countertops, then Graphite is a perfect choice. Graphite granite from India is a low variation durable granite with shades of grays and small flecks of lighter grays. 

There are endless choices when it comes to granite countertop colors, and it can be overwhelming at times. But, you cannot go wrong when choosing colors from this list.