Our collection features an array of stunning stone options including granite, marble, quartz, and quartzite. From the enduring elegance of granite to the timeless allure of marble, the modern sophistication of quartz, and the exquisite charm of quartzite, our selection caters to diverse styles and preferences. These meticulously sourced and masterfully crafted stones stand as both functional surfaces and breathtaking works of art.
About- Quartz countertops are engineered surfaces that are made from a combination of roughly 90 percent ground natural quartz and about 10 percent polyresin. Due to the fact that they are manufactured, quartz countertops have many different styles, including those that replicate natural stones like granite and marble. Another benefit is that quartz is non-porous, which separates it from natural stone.
Marble is truly a timeless classic when it comes to building materials. With numerous colors and styles available, many of which include elegant veining, it is surely hard to match the beauty of marble countertops. While much of marble’s appeal lies in its appearance, the material is also relatively durable.
Choosing a brand-new kitchen sink is an investment that will completely change the look and functionality of your kitchen.
To make sure you get the kitchen of your wildest dreams, you should weigh some factors before taking the plunge. From the material to the ideal size, to the important choice between an undermount or drop-in sink, here’s everything to think about before you buy a sink.
Undermount sinks are the opposite of top-mount sinks, as the sink is attached to the bottom of the counter with special clips. Undermount sinks allow you to sweep countertop water and crumbs straight into the sink with a sponge. These sinks have no rim to get in the way, making clean up a charm. Smoother look is attractive to many homeowners. Undermount sinks are often of higher quality than overmount sinks.
The most common type of kitchen sink, the top-mount or drop-in, installs from above. Based on a template provided by the sink manufacturer, a hole is cut into the counter material and the sink is inserted from above. All of the sink’s weight is carried by the rim. Then the rim of the sink is caulked to the counter with silicone. Because the sink edge creates a rim, these sinks are sometimes called rimmed or self-rimming sinks.
Farmhouse sinks are large single basin sinks distinguished by their front wall, which forms both the front of the sink and the front of the counter.
The most popular type of installation is with the sink level and integrated in the counters. However, apron sinks are sometimes installed “”country style””: on top of a cabinet or on a freestanding table (fixed against the wall) and not surrounded by counter.