Solid-Surface Kitchen Countertops

Stylish, nonporous and easy to maintain, solid-surface countertops can mimic high-end materials like granite, quartz, concrete and glass.

Durable, Low-Maintenance Surface

Nonporous solid-surface countertops are durable and easy to maintain, with no sealing required. This stylish surface, a brand new color, is a blend of green and brown, with gold metallic sparkles. Shown: Basil. Photo courtesy of DuPont Corian®

Luxurious and Versatile

A versatile choice, solid surfaces — crafted from acrylic resins and natural materials — can be bent and shaped during fabrication. A range of color and pattern choices makes it easy to get a custom look. Shown: Shasta. Photo courtesy of Hanex Solid Surfaces

Seamlessly Integrated Sink

Solid surface countertops are ideal for integrated sinks and backsplashes and custom designs such as drain boards and inlays. The surface is nonporous and seams are waterproof. Photo courtesy of Wilsonart International

Eco-Friendly Construction

This stylish countertop is a pioneer: the first branded solid surfacing material to contain post-consumer recycled content. The surface is available in six earth tones. Shown: e Series Solid Surfacing, Natural. Photo courtesy of Formica Corporation

All-Purpose Surface

Hardworking, durable, and easy to clean, solid surface countertops are a good choice for any area of the kitchen, from baking centers to eating areas. Photo courtesy of LG Hausys America, Inc.

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