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Granite, marble and quartz countertops.
Granite is a beautiful, natural stone option for homeowners. Each slab is unique. Granite comes in many colors and patterns and is perfect for both modern and traditional design. It is a very strong natural stone that is durable and heat resistant. Granite countertops are a high-quality, affordable option that will add style to your space.
Quartz is an engineered product made of crushed quartz and resin. Because of this, quartz is stain- resistant and low maintenance. Quartz Countertops are a very versatile option for many interior design styles. Quartz countertops are available in many designs, colors, and patterns. White quartz with gray veining is very popular because it resembles marble but is much more durable. There is a quartz countertop for any project!
Marble countertops have a deep natural beauty and veining you will not get with any other material. Marble is known for its exquisite veining and gorgeous toning. Marble countertops will add elegance and sophistication to your kitchen or bathroom. Marble also adds value to your home. Marble countertops come in a variety of colors.
Custom Countertop Finish Options
Countertop finishes for a custom kitchen remodel
There are several finishes you can choose from when it comes to your kitchen countertops. A custom countertop finish can give your kitchen renovation a unique style all your own.
Countertop finishes can make a big impact on how the stone looks, and it also impacts the feel and performance. Take a look at these finish options and see if one fits in your kitchen design.
When people picture a stone countertop, they often envision one with a shiny, reflective finish. This is known as a “polished” finish. It’s by far the most popular finish and gives the stone a high gloss look. A polished finish will have a brilliant, reflective sheen that is smooth to the touch.
Pros of Polished: Brings out colors of stone, bounces light, stains less easily, smooth to touch, easy to clean
Cons of Polished: Finish may fade with time, can only be cleaned with certain products, will become the star of the room
A honed finish is also referred to as a matte finish. It’s become incredibly popular in recent years and it’s easy to see why. This finish is smooth to the touch and has a soft, satiny feel, but it isn’t shiny like a polished finish. While this finish isn’t glossy, it does still bounce light around which is why people like it. The matte finish creates an elegant, subtler, more natural look.
Pros of Honed: More natural look, shows fewer scratches, conceals imperfections, smooth to the touch
Cons of Honed: Doesn’t show stone texture and color as well, more porous and prone to stains, more difficult to maintain
This is one of the newer countertop finishes but has been rising in popularity. A leathered or brushed finish brings out the natural characteristics of the stone. It has a distinctive rough look, with the appearance and texture reminiscent of leather. This finish isn’t shiny, but it does hide imperfections well and has a more natural look.
Pros of Leathered: More natural look, hides imperfections, non-porous, retains the color of the stone
Cons of Leathered: Non-reflective, rough to touch, harder to maintain
Countertop Edge Selection
The Ogee edge is a popular staple when it comes to natural stone countertop edges. The suave “S” shaped edge provides a classic look for the traditional kitchen. The Ogee will help highlight the beauty of your stone surfaces.
The edge has a square, crisp, modern-look, but it isn't sharp. The sides and corners are slightly smoothed to protect you from injury and the countertop from chipping.
This cut makes for a well-defined border that frames the countertop while maintaining an elegant finish. There are many variations of beveled edges. There are two main bevels on the market, ¼” and ½”.
The Demi Bullnose edge features a curve that extends further back on the countertop than other rounded edges and is flat on the bottom. The smooth shape directs any spills away from cabinets.
Eased edges are a type of edge treatment for countertops that create a soft, rounded edge.
A Full Round or Full Bullnose edge will take all angles and edges off the countertop creating a soft, semi-circular edge profile. It’s an edge that’s versatile enough to blend in any design.
The Half Bullnose edge is the perfect mix of kitchen design and functionality. This countertop edge is very popular due the the soft rounded top edge creating beautiful lines that run the length of the kitchen surfaces.