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Choosing a countertop for your kitchen can be a fun and eye-opening experience, especially when you realize how many incredible choices there are. You'd be amazed how many clients have told me they didn't want granite because "it all looks the same." Boy, were they in for a surprise!
Inspiring Colors: Hot red granites swirling with black and gray veins... peaceful blue granites patterned like waves of sand... deep green granites with sparkles of translucent quartz and silvery mica.... These are the works of art that await you, if you're willing to look for them.
Traditional Favorites: Looking for something a touch more conventional? You'll find that too. Patterned beige, gold, and brown granites blend well with just about any color scheme. There are also perfectly black granites, others with copper-colored accents, and even white granites that look like vanilla ice cream with caramel swirls!
Granite Galleries: Below are the color selections for granite countertops, grouped into 12 color groups. With literally hundreds (even thousands) of granite countertop options to choose from, and with no two granite slabs alike, the possibilities are virtually endless.
Bathroom countertops are available in more shapes and materials than ever before. Modern cutting and fabrication techniques mean that anything is possible, in any size. From good old formica to space-age recycled glass, there is a perfect surface for any bathroom.
Granite, the dense rock produced by ancient volcanoes, has become one of the preferred substances for countertops. They quarry the rock from a mountain, cut it in the shape you specify, and ship it to you. Granite can be cut in any dimension and stained in nearly any color. Thousands of satisfied customers find them to be the perfect accessory for their modern homes.
There are a million advantages to granite countertops. They are strong, solid, reliable, and they don't mind getting wet. Since they are completely natural their environmental impact is limited, especially if you choose a quarry near the construction site. They can be tinted in nearly any color, and when they're sealed they are essentially impervious to damage.
Granite is available in tile, or slabs. Tile is small and modular and can be adapted to nearly any surface. For larger bathrooms and upscale homes, granite can be purchased in single slabs.
The only limits to the slab are the size of the room and the ability to install it. Certain quarries even produce granite slabs with actual fossils embedded in the surface. Of course any surface as attractive and durable as this is going to add permanent resale value to the home.
When considering stone countertops for your home, it is vital to plan ahead and make sure you have the right tools and skill set to mitigate any potential risk for a DIY install.