If you’ve ever watched House Hunters before, the term ‘granite countertops’ is probably (and unfortunately) ingrained in your head.
Since the late 80s, North America has been obsessed with granite. And although our industry mostly moved onto materials like quartz and marble, there are other options out there. If you’re someone who wants to break the mold and truly stand out, you may want to consider some of these not your average countertops.
For an organic, earthy and Canadiana vibe to your kitchen or bar.
Recycled glass countertops are the most common designs seen today, making them an eco-friendly product for any residential or commercial space.
Concrete countertops can be custom-sized and shaped to any kitchen configuration. Plus, it doesn’t scratch and is impervious to heat.
This herringbone walnut countertop is everything!
Something we haven’t seen before… have you?
Finally, a way we can put our old pennies to use!
Can’t decide between wood or stone? Why not do a mix of both.
For a more industrial look.
Contrasting colors can add dimension to your kitchen.
Perfect for a rustic design.
A smooth surface that can become a fixture of ambient light in your home.
Just because we had to throw this one in here!