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Countertops for Your
Kitchen, Bath, and More

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Interior Design Support

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Fabrication and Installation

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Fabrication and Installation

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Coast-to-Coast

DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
Coast-to-Coast

Find the Ideal Countertop to Match Your Cabinets

Whether you already have cabinets or are still looking, we have a countertop to match. Choose from durable materials including natural stone or engineered surfaces, all available in a variety of colors, veining, and textures. By partnering with Cosentino, the world's leading stone fabricator, we offer durable, high-quality countertops made to fit your space. For kitchen remodels, new construction projects, bathroom renovations, adding a bar, or even an outdoor kitchen, we have a counter to fit your needs.

Countertop Types and Materials

Dekton Countertops
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Engineered for Beautiful Durability

Dekton is a combination of glass, porcelain, quartz, and other natural materials. Using advanced technology along with intense heat and pressure, the result is a product that has all the beauty of natural stone, but with stronger properties. Dekton has a high resistance to heat, scratches, stains, freezing, and thawing. The surface is non-porous, meaning there's little to no water absorption. The engineering process results in larger pieces, providing you with a countertop that doesn't require joints or seams. It's available in three textures. XGloss features a highly polished sheen. UItratexture provides a natural look, capturing the beauty of textures such as wood, slate, or marble. Ultramatte has a matte finish for a softer appearance. Overall, Dekton is a great material to use indoors or outdoors, including kitchens, bathrooms, islands, and bar tops.

Features:

Stain resistant against coffee, wine, lemon juice, water, and other spills

High scratch resistance

Withstands heat and high temperatures without affecting its look or function

Resistant to freezing and thawing

High UV resistance so colors don’t fade over time

Doesn’t require sealing

Great for indoor or outdoor use

Ideal for kitchens or bathrooms

10 year warranty

Featured Swatches

Dekton

Trillium

Dekton

Laos

Dekton

Domoos

Dekton

Kelya

Dekton

Radium

Dekton

Aura

Dekton

Rem

Dekton

Entzo

Dekton

Natura

Dekton

Orix

Dekton

Opera

Dekton

Nilium

Dekton

Trillium

Dekton

Laos

Dekton

Domoos

Dekton

Kelya

Dekton

Radium

Dekton

Aura

Silestone Countertops
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Supercharged Quartz

Silestone is crafted from over 94% natural quartz to create a gorgeous, non-porous countertop option. Since quartz is one of the most sturdy materials around, Silestone is resistant to stains from coffee, wine, olive oil, makeup, and other substances that tend to mar surfaces. On top of over 90 colors, there are also three unique textures to choose from. Go with Polished for richer, high-shine colors. Select Volcano for a rugged finish that adds notes of texture. Opt for Suede for a velvety look that’s also soft and smooth to the touch. With its tough composition, Silestone is a great option for both kitchens and bathrooms.

Silestone Countertops

Features:

Stain resistant against coffee, wine, lemon juice, water, and other spills

High scratch resistance

Impact resistant

Virtually non-porous

Great for both kitchens and bathrooms

Doesn't require sealing

Four styles available: plain, veined, fine grain, coarse grain

25 year warranty

Featured Swatches

Silestone

Calacatta Gold

Silestone

Statuario

Silestone

Miami White

Silestone

Blanco Maple

Silestone

Lyra

Silestone

Ariel

Silestone

Pietra

Silestone

Blanco Orion

Silestone

Pearl Jasmine

Silestone

Desert Silver

Silestone

Camden

Silestone

Helix

Silestone

Calacatta Gold

Silestone

Statuario

Silestone

Miami White

Silestone

Blanco Maple

Silestone

Lyra

Silestone

Ariel

Sensa Countertops
Sensa

Gorgeous Granite

Sensa is different from other granites because it features a specialized protective coating that provides stain resistance as well as protection against UV rays. This coating is also Greenguard certified, meaning it’s safe for direct contact with food. Each slab is unique, naturally sourced with special attention to finding the most beautiful colors and veining so you have a one-of-a-kind style in your home. Cleaning is as easy as using water and a non-abrasive soap, keeping worktops germ-free and beautiful. Sensa combines the benefits of natural stone with technology to make it more durable.

Features:

Protective treatment provides higher stain resistance compared to other granite

Easy to clean - soap and water is all you need

Resistant to UV rays

Greenguard and NSF certified

Completely natural stone featuring unique coloring and veining

Doesn’t require yearly sealing

15 year warranty

Featured Swatches

Sensa

Via Lattea

Sensa

Siberia

Sensa

Vancouver

Sensa

Ice Blue19

Sensa

Majestic White19

Sensa

White Macaubas

Sensa

San Benedito

Sensa

Taj Mahal

Sensa

Snowfall

Sensa

Silver Silk

Sensa

Amelia Ridge

Sensa

White Egeo

Sensa

Via Lattea

Sensa

Siberia

Sensa

Vancouver

Sensa

Ice Blue19

Sensa

Majestic White19

Sensa

White Macaubas

Natural Stone Countertops
Natural Stone

Highly Personalized For Your Space

The Natural Stone collection features a variety of materials including marble, travertine, granite, limestone, and more. These slabs are sourced from around the world to provide gorgeous, completely natural surfaces to enhance the beauty of your home. Each type of stone and slab has its own unique characteristics, strengths, and features. All are fire and heat resistant, as well as resistant to UV rays which keeps the coloring consistent over time. Natural Stone brings a unique touch that can't be replicated.

Natural Stone Countertops

Features:

Fire and heat resistant

UV ray resistant

Color stability over time

Unique colors and textures

Completely natural stone surfaces

Stone options include marble, granite, limestone, travertine, and more

Highly personalized

Cleans with just water, or use a soap with neutral pH

Featured Swatches

Natural Stone

Cygnus Vein Cut

Natural Stone

Soapstone Barroca

Natural Stone

Black Pearl

Natural Stone

Waterfall

Natural Stone

Viscount White

Natural Stone

Venato Carrara

Natural Stone

White Cachoeiro

Natural Stone

Alaskan White

Natural Stone

Arabescato A1

Natural Stone

Colonial White

Natural Stone

Iberian White

Natural Stone

Uba Tuba

Natural Stone

Cygnus Vein Cut

Natural Stone

Soapstone Barroca

Natural Stone

Black Pearl

Natural Stone

Waterfall

Natural Stone

Viscount White

Natural Stone

Venato Carrara

What Types of Countertops Are There?

There are quite a few options for countertops. Each has their pros and cons, but take a look and see which you gravitate to most.

Quartz

quartz

Technically an engineered stone, quartz combines with other natural materials to create an incredibly sturdy countertop. Thanks to its resilience, its popularity is growing in both kitchens and bathrooms. Unlike granite, quartz is a non-porous surface, giving it a natural resistance to staining, scratches, and heat without the need for sealant. Thanks to a bonding process that involves high temperatures and intense pressure, quartz is also impact resistant.

Granite

granite

A natural stone known for both beauty and durability, granite is a popular choice for countertops in kitchens or bathrooms. It’s durable, resistant to both heat and scratches. Since granite is a porous material, seal it regularly to maintain its stain resistance. It’s also considered an upgrade, so it adds value to your home. A wide variety of colors and veining are available in granite, making it easy to personalize your look.

Marble

marble

A gorgeous natural stone, marble is a luxurious add-on that other countertop types often try to mimic. Marble is also a favorite among bakers and chocolatiers given its resistance to temperature changes, so it’s a good choice for foodies and bakers. Like granite, it’s a porous material and requires regular sealing to avoid staining. Given that it’s a luxury, marble not only adds value to a home, but elevates the ambience of your space as well.

Dekton

dekton

An engineered material, Dekton fuses natural stone, porcelain, and ceramic together through heat and pressure to create a material that’s more durable than many stone types. Dekton inherently has high resistance to heat, acids, oils, and freezing temperatures, making it a great option for indoor or outdoor use. Since it is a man-made material, the options for looks and design are varied. It’s available in high gloss, matte, or can even look like slate, marble, or wood.

Laminate

Laminate

Created from layers of particleboard, resins, plastic, and a photo layer, laminate is a cost-effective option that works well in kitchens. Installation is easy, lighter than stone, with pieces made to order after measuring. Designs are flexible, available in solid colors, stone textures, and others. While not as durable as stone and highly susceptible to heat, it is easy to maintain with soap and water.

Natural Stone

natural stone

Natural stone options include soapstone, limestone, travertine, and others. They are typically resistant to heat, though each type of stone has its own unique properties. Cleaning is easy, consisting of pH neutral soap and water. Natural stone is a great way to add personalization and luxury to a space. Colors, textures, and veining vary, but one thing is for sure: it's beautiful.

Tile

tile

Not just for backsplashes and flooring, tile is a sturdy surface for countertops. With how many styles and types of tile there are, there are endless possibilities when it comes to styling, personalization, and design. Cleaning the tile itself is easy, it’s the grout lines that require more attention.

Concrete

concrete

With high durability, concrete is another countertop option. Concrete is usually mixed on-site ands once it sets it’s incredibly heavy. While offering quite an array of styles, polishes, and design potential, concrete requires regular upkeep. Wipe up spills immediately, and frequently seal and wax counters to prevent stains and damage.

Butcher Block

butcher block

Adding a natural element to any kitchen or bar area, butcher block works especially well with painted cabinets. Use it either sealed or unsealed, though if it’s sealed it’s best not to prep food directly on the surface, whereas unsealed can lead to scratched surfaces. It’s a cost-effective option compared to stone, but since wood is porous, clean up spills right away to prevent damage.

caring for countertops
caring for countertops

Caring for Countertops

Each type of countertop material has its own maintenance schedule. There’s regular maintenance, special routines, stain treatments, and possible repairs.

As a quick note, most stone countertops are easy to clean with water and a non-abrasive cleanser. Even with stain resistant materials, we recommend cleaning a spill as soon as possible to make sure your counters stay beautiful for years to come.

For more information and specifics for each type of stone, see our article on stone maintenance.

which countertop is best for kitchens?

Which Countertop is Best for Kitchens?

Since kitchens are such high traffic areas in the home, countertop material matters. When considering a countertop for your kitchen, it’s helpful to prioritize functionality, aesthetics, and budget as each can help guide you on which material and style will best suit your space.

Generally speaking, granite, marble, quartz, and solid surfaces such as Dekton are all popular choices for kitchens. Each has a multitude of colors, finishes, and thickness to find the ideal match for your space. Even though Dekton is an engineered stone, there are colors and textures available that look like marble, granite, or quartz, even wood-like styles as well.

How this countertop fits in with your daily routine is a major consideration. With butcher block, concrete, and marble, extra care is needed on a regular basis, particularly when it comes to spills. Dekton, granite, tile, and quartz, on the other hand, are more forgiving when it comes to heat, scratches, and spills. Laminate lies somewhere in between. It’s resistant to spills and cleans easily, but heat damages laminate quickly.

When it comes to cost, butcher block and laminate are the most affordable options, though they don’t add to the value of your home. Tile is also a cost-saving option, depending on the style and whether you install it yourself. Stone materials such as quartz, granite, marble add value and tend to last longer than laminate or butcher block, given the natural strength and properties inherent with stone.

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articlewhich countertop is best for bathrooms?
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Which Countertop is Best for Bathrooms?

Much like choosing a countertop for your kitchen, choosing one for a bathroom depends on your priorities when it comes to style, function, and budget. With bathrooms, function includes withstanding the variations in humidity and temperature, particularly in bathrooms with showers.

For powder rooms, nearly any material works well including butcher block, laminate, stone, and solid surfaces. From there it’s a matter of what your preferences and needs are as far as style, size, and budget are concerned.

For primary bathrooms and larger bathrooms with baths and showers, stone countertops offer long term durability against the varying temperatures and moisture.

Where to Buy Countertops?

Typically, many people buy countertops through local fabricators and specialists. However, buying countertops online is becoming not only common, but more cost effective as well!

On top of providing online assistance with countertops, we also offer cabinets, making it easier to match the ideal surface with your cabinets. Browse online and work with our design team to create the perfect combination for your space!