Anyone who spends a lot of time making full use of their kitchen knows that quality counters and countertops are vital to any properly functioning kitchen. What’s more, attractive counters can actually create more positive energy in the kitchen—and no countertops dazzle quite as well as gemstones. Tigers-eye, Amethyst, and Hematite are all semi-precious stones that can be utilized to make top-quality countertops. Indeed, as a result of cutting-edge techniques, mosaics like no others can be seen every time you walk into your kitchen—or even look-in through a doorway or window. Additionally, the countertops are heat resistant and easy to clean—what more could any human being want or expect?
Luxurious, easily available, and highly affordable. These slabs reflect dazzling light, purple tones, and vibrant violet colors. The crystal quality is unmatched.
They compliment their environment with bright purple tones, and work well with many different colour schemes.
Strong, lustrous, elegant, smooth, and non-porous. These countertops will resist spills and stains without the need for waxes or sealants.
Quartz is chameleon-like, so it’s available in anything from ecru to apple green, honed or refined, or speckled or patterned. Feel free to pair it with tile, stainless steel, chrome, or wood.
LABRADORITE (or PEACOCK BLUE)
Sophisticated, contemporary, and transformative. These countertops can update a kitchen while enhancing its elegance and durability.
The dark colored wood cabinetry is in sync with the countertop. White upholstery off the floor highlights and contrasts the countertop. Lighting can make the stones glow.
Fossilized trees are part of these countertops, and no two pieces are the same. These countertops are both lustrous and exotic, and they are extremely durable to boot. Slabs reflect 200 million year old fossils, and brown shades convey grace, beauty, and strength.
Hard petrified wood is spectacular in appearance. It must be viewed in person to be truly appreciated (which can be done at Scottsdale Design Center in Scottsdale, Arizona).