Midwest Marble & Granite
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Midwest Marble and Granite is the Kansas City area leader in custom fabrication and installation of premium kitchen and bathroom granite countertops. For aesthetic appeal, texture, durability, and value over a long period of time, granite is an obvious choice. We create stunning natural stone countertop installations for your home. Using only the finest and most natural stonework, we are able to transform your home into a beautiful masterpiece. Our marble and granite fabrications and installations are ideal for bathroom and kitchen remodeling, fireplace surrounds, bathroom vanities, desktops, walls, countertops, bench tops, outdoor kitchens, bar tops and many more surfaces. In addition, we specialize in skillful granite repair.

Whether you are updating your bathroom or kitchen, the addition of a beautiful granite countertop can create a stunning focal point that rejuvenates the entire decor. You can select from a wide array of colors and edge work to complete the entire look of your home renovation. Our granite countertops are installed with complete attention to detail and the utmost care to create a polished finish that gleams with perfection.

One of the unique areas we specialize in is custom edgework. A custom edge really creates the difference between a standard remodel and one that makes a truly extraordinary statement. Some of the edges you can select from include bevel edge, eased edge, bullnose, ¼ Round over and many more options.

Services Provided
Countertop Installation, Countertop Repair, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Countertops

Areas Served
Clearview City, Countryside, De Soto, Gardner, Leawood, Lenexa, Linwood, Merriam, Mission, New Century, Olathe, Overland Park, Shawnee, Shawnee Mission, Spring Hill, Stilwell

Certifications and Awards
Better Business Bureau Accredited Business
Johnson County's Source for Quality Tile & Stone | 2x Best of Houzz

Location: 1819 E Spruce St
Olathe, KS 66062
Typical Job Costs: $5,000 - 10,000
Commented: Counters and Backsplash Hi there! The granite is called Venetian Ice. This project was completed in 2014, so we are not 100% sure on the backsplash tile but it looks like a tumbled travertine splitface tile from Daltile.
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Commented: Granite Lighting plays a huge factor in this material. In some light it could look brown, other light it could look green, and sometimes it will look gray. We would consider the color to be a brown tone.
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Commented: What is the backplash in this picture? The backsplash tile is from Daltile and the item description is 1x Random TE25 Malayan STD.
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Commented: What is the backplash in this picture? The backsplash tile is from Daltile and the item description is 1x Random TE25 Malayan STD.
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Commented: What is the backplash in this picture? The backsplash tile is from Daltile and the item description is 1x Random TE25 Malayan STD.
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Commented: What is the backplash in this picture? The backsplash tile is from Daltile and the item description is 1x Random TE25 Malayan STD.
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