Quality Countertops for Your Kitchen and Bath

Countertops are a key component to home design. They bear the brunt in the kitchen when it comes to food prep and cooking, and are put to the test in bathrooms with water exposure, make-up products, and heated hair tools. Regardless of the space, a countertop needs to be a resilient, solid surface that can hold up to your lifestyle. Our showroom features a vast selection of stone countertops in quartz, granite, marble, laminate, and more. Schedule an appointment with us below to shop top brands like Caesarstone, Cambria, and Cosentino.

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There are a variety of natural and engineered materials available in our showroom. The two most popular options are quartz and granite. Quartz is a natural mineral found in the Earth’s crust. It’s used in combination with resins, polymers, and pigments to create the sturdy and non-porous surface that’s taken kitchen and bath design trends by storm. Quartz countertops are scratch resistant, stain resistant, and easy to clean and maintain. From a design perspective, quartz is available in various colors, patterns, and finishes. Designers often choose quartz because it can mimic the look of marble countertops, but at a more affordable price with improved functionality.

Granite is another popular option in our showroom. Granite is a naturally occurring mineral that is manufactured and fabricated to create durable stone slabs. This stone is known for its beauty and uniqueness, and adds value to your home. Granite countertops are literally rock hard, and resist chipping, scratching, and cracking. Granite is a great choice for bathroom vanities and kitchens but should be sealed every 2-3 years to maintain its quality. 

“We’re starting to see clients gravitate towards darker tones, like deep grays and blacks, in honed marble. But that doesn’t mean the calacatta marble look is going anywhere! There’s nothing more classic than a white natural stone countertop in either a kitchen or bathroom.” —Lynsy A., Interior Designer

If you prefer a natural stone but want a top that’s creamier with less speckled detail, look no further than marble. Marble countertops, like the ever popular carrara marble and white marble, have been used for centuries in kitchens across the world. Although beautiful, the most important characteristic to note is that marble is a high maintenance stone. This stone is softer than granite so it can chip or scratch with improper use. Marble is also a porous surface, meaning it will absorb moisture and stain if not cared for properly. Marble is not heat resistant, so avoid using hot pots and pans directly on its surface. 

Looking for something different than stone? We also have samples of ceramic tile, laminate, and wood (like butcher block) countertop options in our showroom. 

Coordinates Collection by Cambria
Quartz Countertops

The Coordinates Collection by Cambria

Enhance your kitchen or bathroom with the latest quartz designs from Cambria. The Coordinates Collection was designed in collaboration with the world-renowned Gensler Design Firm and was inspired by iconic American places. Our favorites include Mammoth Cave, Big Sur Mist, and Seattle Rain.

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Indoor & Outdoor Countertops

New! Dekton by Cosentino

Dekton is Cosentino’s most durable line of countertops—crafted from quartz, granite and glass—and performs in extreme conditions, like high heat and freezing temperatures. Available in 40 colors and a variety of patterns, Dekton is the ideal choice for culinary experts and design aficionados.

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Dekton by Consentino