Cabinet Discounters in Maryland have the latest countertops for your new kitchen or bathroom, and there are many more areas in a home to enjoy sleek, beautiful surfaces. Walk-in closets with stationary center islands often have granite or marble tops, and dining room surfaces often have custom-covered serving cabinets.
Dens and home offices look clean and chic with granite or stone desk surfaces and nook tops. Fireplaces with stone mantle-tops or granite surrounds are sophisticated and timeless for decor purposes as well as durability.
Even laundry rooms have granite or marble countertops for folding, storage and sink space. It certainly adds style to these basic rooms, and doing the laundry may not be as uninteresting as usual.
Our planning guides can help with finding the best space for countertops or stone surfacing in any room of the house. Space, safety and storage are always issues when kitchens and bathrooms are being remodeled, and we can recommend ways to balance all three. It’s surprising how different a room looks with the addition of new countertops alone.
Deciding on new countertops may depend on the style of room and preferred colors. Choose from different types of Granite, Corian, Cambria, Silestone, Soapstone, CaesarStone, Zodiaq or Meganite to find the best kind of surface for your room. These countertops are composed of natural stone, quartz and acrylics, and can blend into any kind of room, or make a bold statement.
Countertops can contribute to the mood of a room, light and airy or warm and cozy. Whatever the decor, quality materials make a significant difference in the overall perception of a room. That old, well-known surface finish from the 1950s is great for retro spaces, but new, hard-surfaces and color-tones are the preferred materials for countertops in most homes today. The variety is impressive.