Stone Countertop Gallery
Here you will find some beautiful finished projects that have utilized our marble, granite, quartz and quartzite slabs. We work with everyone from builders and architects to interior designers and homeowners to select the perfect stone to achieve their vision. And what happens If you are unsure of your vision? Often stone is the first place to start and serves as the source of inspiration for an entire room redesign. So, come visit our showroom and take a tour of our expansive warehouse to get your creative juices flowing. Our salespeople will happily show you the way.
You will find our stone used in both residential as well as commercial projects all throughout Annapolis, the Eastern Shore, Baltimore, D.C. and the surrounding areas. Your favorite restaurant or bar just might utilize our stone in their space, so take a close look at the commercial photos in the stone sountertop gallery below and see if you recognize any of the work we have done.
Stone can be used for everything from large scale kitchen remodels to fireplace facades and beyond. We have the perfect stone for every use. Our salespeople will help guide you through which type of stone best suits your needs. Should you be working on updating a smaller space that does not require a full slab, be sure to check out our remnant yards. Our remnant pieces have also been used to create unique, one of a kind tables and other DIY projects. Tell us what your project needs and we will find the right remnant for you.
A stone countertop lasts a lifetime, so that you don’t ever have to worry again about replacing or repairing old countertops in your home. They are incredibly durable and require minimal maintenance. They can withstand your children’s spills, accidents and mishaps that often accompany their day-to-day shenanigans. Think about all the hot cups of coffee, wine and even slicing knives that have spilled or dropped and damaged your relatively weak countertops. With stone countertops, you won’t ever have to worry about the time-consuming task of repeatedly roughly cleaning and repairing your countertop ever again.
When looking through our photo stone countertop gallery, notice how the type of stone, the color and edge profile all work together to create a comprehensive look. Whether you are looking to have a rustic, farmhouse kitchen, a sleek contemporary master bath or a charming well used mudroom, stone can be used in myriad ways. Each different element affects the overall design and it is exciting how stone can be used in such varied ways.
Be sure to visit our gallery often as we are always adding more photos of recent work we have completed. If you have any photos of work we have done, please feel free to send them to us and we will gladly add them to our stone countertop gallery!
Benefits of Marble Countertops
Marble is a natural stone, meaning it's more resistant than many of the other available countertop materials to scratching, shattering, and splitting. In terms of its toughness, marble is smoother than granite, so appealing architectural features can be integrated.
Every piece is distinctive in appearance since marble was developed by a natural process. The region of origin and the relative combination of minerals in the original stone define the diverse variety of textures and colors used in marble.
Resistance to Heat
Marble countertops are also thermally resistant. Marble does not catch fire or flame, so by not putting a hot pan or pot on the surface without cover, it is prudent to maintain the polish.
For a very long period of time, marble has been used as a construction material, so its ability to stand harsh weather conditions is well known. You should continue to appreciate the elegance of marble for a lifetime as it is expertly built and well sealed and preserved.
Naturally, Marble remains cold
Making it the ideal surface for bakery products, since it usually stays below room temperature. This is why marble countertops are favored by bakers above many natural stones.
What distinguishes it from the other natural stones is the timeless, elegant look of marble countertops.