Natural and engineered stone countertops may be our most popular choices, but that certainly does not mean they are the only options! Here’s a taste of what else is out there…
Available in a variety of species and finishes, wood tops can be a great choice for a kitchen, island, or even a vanity. We often use wood tops in the kitchen in conjunction with another surface to add warmth to the space. Natural finishes are maintained with mineral oil, or you can opt for a Waterlox or Poly coating.
Concrete is a countertop with many possibilities. It has a naturally warm feel, and the many options of pigments, aggregates, and stains can create a unique look and texture.
Sleek, smooth glass can be used as a countertop surface for a modern bathroom vanity or a one-of-a-kind kitchen.
Stainless steel, zinc, and even copper can make for beautiful countertops. Stainless steel is durable and industrial (although it certainly shows fingerprints and can dent). Zinc and copper have more of a living finish which will patina with use and age, giving the metal warmth and character.
Laminate tops have come a LONG way over the years. The color and finishing options seem limitless and and provide an affordable and easy to care for surface.
While its popularity has waned over the years, solid-surface countertops do provide the opportunity to include an integrated sink into your kitchen or vanity. Made primarily from acrylic and polyester, solid-surface is also non-porous.