452,575 stone countertop Home Design Photos

Kitchen Gallery
13 Reviews
engineered stone countertop, garbage pull-outs, pot filler
cabinets and countertop with wood floating shelves.
eered StoneEngineered stone countertops are made of 93 percent natural stone and 7 percent polymers and are highly resistant to scratches and stains. "Engineered stone countertops are highly resilient, but high temperatures will damage the polymers and can also damage your counters," says Lichlyter.
damage your countertop surface.Stay away from: "Avoid using harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia," says Whitsunday Marble & Granite. "To clean engineered stone we recommend water and a mild detergent. Engineered stone is tough, but not indestructible."More: Get Stone and Ceramic Surfaces Super CleanHow
“Floors” — Jennifer Gross
Rikki Snyder
3 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
First of all, your colorful home is warm, friendly and beautiful! My guess is that you are a potter in addition to a painter. Can you please tell me if your countertop is soapstone? If so, how do you like it and what do you do to maintain it? Also, would you happen to know the name/pattern
wooden countertop a maple butcher block? Loved how your home looks lived in...just my style! Thank you!
Ashfield Stone which is local to our area. ALso called schist. They are very similar to soapstone. Both of soapstone and schist are rather soft stone so you can expect some chipping (although not a lot). I love the stone b/c you can put anything down on it and nothing happens. To care for both the maple
and the stone, I just use mineral oil which you can buy pretty much anywhere. It is clear and not sticky. I pour it on rather generously and using an old towel, I massage it in. It makes the counters a little oily for a couple days (don't put paper on it because it will get oily) but after that, it soaks
“Base cabinet color” — welldressedhouse
Olive Branch Integrated Outdoor Design
4 Reviews
Classic Patio Renovation
Love the stone work. How wide are the stone wall at base and the countertop ? Thanks!
is the stone used in this project?
This is much like what I think our outdoor kitchen could look like....esp. with the stones.
The stone place with the metal BBQ ,
gorgeous stone version shown here, or just set up a bar-height outdoor table and chairs.
Permit: You will more than likely need permits for this type of project. Let the architect and designers handle this and coordinate with the building contractors.On this suburban brick patio, a durable stone countertop
“Outdoor bar and grill” — Tina
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
sink and countertops are honed black slate.
Natural StoneIf you are putting in natural stone countertops, such as beautiful soapstone, think about installing a sink to match. Some stones are susceptible to stains, though, so get a sample of the stone you are considering and test it out to make sure you are happy with how it stands up to staining
softer stone, so you either need to be careful with it or be OK with it developing a patina over time.Cost: Varies depending on the stone but typically starts around $1,000More: Slate Surfaces Rock for Strength and StyleSoapstone for Germ Free Beauty and Durability
metamorphic stone with distinctive properties and excellent performance capabilities. New England slate, which is known for its superior quality, is especially appropriate for kitchen sink use.
“Like the color of the wall” — Philip Tipton
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
Stone. When installing stone countertops — like the marble countertop in this photo — use the leftover material as a half-wall backsplash. (Stone is sold in 30-inch-deep slabs, while the standard countertop depth is 25 inches with the front overhang.) Using the extra stone to protect your walls
The clients knew right off the bat they didn't want their home to have yet another all-white kitchen. Although some of the cabinetry is white and white Calcutta marble was installed on the countertops and stove backsplash, Schumacher decided to use the island and wall space to
says. Countertops: Calacatta MarbleBarstools: previously owned by clientPaint color on island: Cat's Eye by Benjamin Moore
marble countertops, and a dash of whimsy thrown in with the wallpaper and bright colors.
“De bar een kleur geven?” — rvsutorius
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Lew Loft
their countertops but they continuously use it on floors. Floors take more abuse than countertops. The only disadvantage with marble, travertine and limestones versus granite is that they are not acid resistant which means if anything acidic makes contact with the stone it will leave an etch mark on
Yes, that is Calacatta marble--a very beautiful stone!
marks on stones such as marble, you are better off using the marble in a matte finish. Remember, the more shiny or polished the marble is, the more you will notice etch marks! Besides, marble is supposed to have character, how is it that it has been used in Europe for thousands of years and no one ever
Marble countertop. White with gray veining
“Ẻ” — compick
Southern Studio Interior Design
10 Reviews
Coastal Retreat Kitchen
granite countertops and finished cabinetry end panels. I hope that answers your question.
granite countertop on the island is Bianco Antiquo.
countertop on island matches other countertops
Different countertops. I don't care for these but am seeing a lot of this.
fridge.The stone countertop with the corner detail adds another layer of elegance.
“Dark and light combination” — Jamie Toon
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
The countertop is two layers laminated together. The first layer has a small ogee and the second layer is a standard edge. I hope that helps!
under the countertop but with the encasing on both sides. Looks nice.
leg. The stone countertop has been designed to follow the projection of the leg, and has a profiled edge, adding another level of detail that makes this island feel like a special furniture piece. Tip: There's no rule to how much you should recess the panel, but I typically do 1/4" to and 1" max.
“Backsplash” — scarletmaple
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