1,550 Traditional 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 traditional 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
Whether your napkins are paper or linen, this organizer is pretty enough to keep them in plain sight ... on the table where you need them. Each is handcrafted, copper finish over steel with fleur de lis design.
Versailles Napkin Holder
Keep your napkins handy with a decorative aluminum napkin holder. The grape leaf design is a beautiful addition to your traditional dining table and it's a big upgrade from handing out paper towels with every meal.
Grape Luncheon Napkin Box
$39 · Only 9 Left
You’re on a roll. You love this collection of butterfly motif, sand-cast aluminum by Arthur Court. And this handy and durable paper towel holder just adds a finishing touch to your kitchen’s charm.
Hold everything! Made of substantial aluminum with a grape leaf motif, this holder is pretty and practical. Set it atop your kitchen counter to dispense paper towels with ease.
Grape Paper Towel Holder
$59 · Only 8 Left
You get extra points for creating yet another stunning table. This antler napkin box will hold your linens and look fabulous doing so. Another point in your favor — you can use it year in and year out, and never have to polish it because it’s crafted of sand-cast aluminum.
Antler Luncheon Napkin Box
$55 · Only 9 Left
The Arrowwood Design is another original from Federal Brace. This countertop bracket design boasts the study 1/4" material construction of a Federal Brace countertop support bracket and has enhancing design features that make the bracket an appealing piece of hardware in your kitchen and / or any...
These elephants are a huge help in the kitchen. Of course, they store your paper towels within a small spot on your counter. They also offer a substantial anchor, so you can tear off individual sheets easily. And finally, they look wonderful. Every surface of this towel holder has been hand...
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.
Creamy white granite which is a popular choice for homeowners for its durability and flexibility in design.
We use this granite frequently for clients who would like some of the characteristics of marble without any issues with upkeep or staining. A really elegant choice in granite.
White Cloud Polished Granite, whites with swirls of soft gray quartz and accents of tiny garnets. Also Known As: Bianco Romano
WoodForm™ Concrete Countertops with 4" live edge. Concrete to look like Wood. Indistinguishable from wood. Made in NJ Ship Worldwide
Grothouse Solid Wood Bar Top in Walnut, Raised Breakfast Bar. Shenandoah Millwork. Design by Mary Hines.
Cambria Quartz Engineered Countertops from Royal Stone & Tile in Los Angeles is a perfect countertop option. I personally think that the Torquay color is the closest manufactured countertop product to Carrara White or Calacatta Gold Marble countertops. Cambria is made in the USA and resistant to...
A butcher block kitchen island top made from solid 2" thick hickory. This top was sealed using butchers wax so it's 100% safe for food preparation. The countertop shown here has as a range which is perfectly safe and will meat all building codes.
People are really drawn to this granite, it has an almost topographical quality that is really attractive. The greens are easy to work with in a variety of kitchen designs.
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.
We use this stone all of the time for clients who want marble but don't want the upkeep. Looks great with Calacatta marble as well.
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