7,660 Kitchen Countertops
Because your kitchen countertop endures a lot of use, it should be above all practical, but that doesn't mean it can't be aesthetically pleasing as well. It's important to strike that perfect balance between style and function, which is why durability, visual appeal and maintenance ease are among the top three guiding factors for choosing the right counter. As you remodel your kitchen, consider all the materials — everything from high-end marble, granite and stone to budget-friendly laminate and tile — and decide which one is right for your needs. Read on to learn more about your options. More
expansive remodel of old classic arlington home with clean lined inset cabinets, honed virginia mist granite and subway tile. Durasupreme crestwood cabinets in white paint, hardware resources latch pulls in polished nickel.
We updated this kitchen by installing a new countertop, backsplash, sink, faucet and hardware to the existing cabinetry. Cambria Quartz in Bradshaw color with an Ogee edge profile was used on the countertops. For the backsplash, Durango 4x4 tiles in tumbled, honed Limestone with 1x1 Tantrum Glass...
Integrated drainboard is stylish and functional. Stainless steel rods protect the concrete and add interest. Photo by Kingbird.
1-1/2 inch American Cherry Wood Countertop in red and brown colors with a Standard Ogee edge profile and a Food Grade Oil Finish. Special feature is an Apron Sink. Designed by Pamela E. Barton. Photography courtesy of Grothouse Lumber Co.
I want the gray veining of a marble but the durability of granite, and I can find both in quartzite. This is a splurge for sure, but it is incredibly beautiful and impressive in person.
This beautiful Madre Perla kitchen was created by Ralph Dove of Dove Construction. Fabrication and installation by Les Olearczuk of L.R.O.
Carrera marble will always be my dream counter surface. Some argue that it is too easily damaged, but I love the texture and patina that comes along with time. It's classic, it's a gorgeous neutral, and it looks good with pretty much anything.
Minimal is an Italian kitchen manufacturer that is expanding beyond Europe. They specialize in contemporary kitchens.
Elements is a truly unique surface unlike any other option available today. Made in Texas, Elements is a fusion of post-consumer recycled glass, natural quartz minerals and resin formed through a unique manufacturing process originally developed for harsh laboratory environments. Durcon’s...
Here is a Venetian Gold Group 1 Granite on a Deleware Ginger production cabinet. This is getting bang for your buck at it's finest. A nice, traditional look with high quality materials built to last for the best value.
White Macaubas Quartzite is a completely natural stone that is about the same hardness of granite, but looks like marble. This means it can be cared for just like granite, while giving the kitchen the elegance of marble. It has a translucent white/gray background with playful gray/ blue veining. It...
This kitchen was remodeled by installing Medallion Designer Series Cabinetry in Maple wood with Amaretto stain in the Ellison door style for the perimeter, island and hutch cabinets. Custom Cambria Quartz countertops in Laneshaw color with a decorative Avenue One Brownstone 12x12” tile with Bliss...
Grothouse Solid Wood Bar Top in Walnut, Raised Breakfast Bar. Shenandoah Millwork. Design by Mary Hines.
Calacatta Oro is one of our favorite marbles, with lovely veining in golds and greens, elegant and equally nice against light or dark cabinets in a kitchen or bath.
This quartz countertop by Cambria is called Torquay, named after the English Riviera town. It is an understated cream with swirls of pale gray and sandy tones. My home has Cambria counters, and I love how maintenance free and durable they are.
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