It depends, Sue, it depends.
You should bring a designer in; stores that sell countertops will often provide design services. There are too many variables - we don't know the temperature or coverage of the artificial lighting, we don't know about natural lighting or what the windows look out too, we don't know about the shadows the cabinets create . . .
If you don't know your way around a color wheel, you really need a designer.
All the best,