After choosing what type of natural stone slab you want for your project, it’s time to choose the kind of edge you want for it. The edge that you choose can have a dramatic impact on the look and feel of your project. We offer eight different edge profiles for you to choose from ranging from simple edges to complex curves. You are sure to find an edge that fits the style of your project. Feel free to contact us with any questions or if you're not sure which edge to choose.
We have partnered with suppliers that offer some of the best natural stone you can find. This gives you nearly unlimited options and the reassurance that you’ll be happy with your investment. Take a look at the selection they offer or stop by our showroom to see some of our beautiful slabs of natural stone.
NATURAL STONE SURFACES
With natural stone surfaces, there are plenty of beautiful, intricate, and unique materials that will look incredible in your space. Unlike other materials like laminate, wood, concrete, or butcher block, every slab of natural stone is a unique piece from a quarry. No two slabs have the same colors and patterns, or veining. Natural stone has varying finishes from high polish to softer, grainy textures, meaning it can fit into any style or aesthetic you're trying to achieve. These finishes can make your space feel elegant and modern, sleek and fresh, classy and traditional, or natural and rustic. But which stone fits your project best? Granite, marble, quartzite, quartz, soapstone? Keep reading to learn more about each type of stone surface.
Granite has a unique, exotic appearance. With thousands of different colors available, no two slabs are exactly alike, which gives your countertops unique charm and personality.
Marble countertop surfaces are timeless with their classic beauty and elegance. Marble stone is formed from limestone, superheated to form its unique crystalline structure.
It is named soapstone after its “soapy”, soft feel. Black, gray, or green in color, it is highly valued for its heat and acid resistance. Acids and heat may stain other kitchen surfaces.
Natural quartzite countertops are an excellent alternative to marble counters because they look like of some of the finest marble in the world but will not etch, scratch, or break nearly as easily.
Quartz countertops combine quartz with resins, polymers, and pigments resulting in an extremely hardened, man-made countertop material with nearly endless color choices. Because it's man-made it can be formed to any shape or size too.