Granite Kitchen Countertops
The most popular natural stone countertop material, granite is resistant to heat and scratches and lends a luxurious look to a kitchen.
A polished granite countertop with rich color variations makes a dramatic statement in the kitchen. The integrated sink makes cleanup a snap. Shown: 1-1/4” slab, Golden Beach. Photo courtesy of AKDO
Bold, dark granite countertops at bar height provide the perfect spot to perch while chatting with the cook. This surface is treated with a special protective sealant that enhances its stain protection. Photo courtesy of Cosentino SenSa Granite
This countertop features a unique spin on traditional black granite, incorporating gray and silver hues. The elegant surface highlights the vivid tiled backsplash. Photo courtesy of Walker Zanger
Quarried in Brazil, this limited production granite surface is a bold choice for top-of-the-line kitchens. Shown: Volcano granite slab. Photo courtesy of Arizona Tile
Dark granite adds a touch of luxury in the kitchen. The hard surface is extremely durable, and stands up well to heat and scratches. Shown: granite slab, Blue Opal. Photo courtesy of Innovative Stone