Adding Quartz and Granite Countertops to Your New Home Decor

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How do you choose which type of countertop works best with your new interior design? The Countertop Shop is here with some savvy suggestions for popular colors in both quartz and granite.

Anchor Your Casual Bohemian Look with Calming Quartz

When making a bold splash with vibrant colors and natural surfaces for your Bohemian-style home, look for a quartz countertop in neutral shades featuring minimal veining and smaller specks. The beige or light gray counter provides a solid background so your dishes, artwork, linens, and rugs can bring the room to life.

Black Granite Gives Definition to Your Art Deco Interior

Bold geometric patterns and sweeping soft shapes are the cornerstone of an art deco design. A dramatic dark gray counter in granite brings levity to your whimsical designs selected for the tile, wallpaper, and furniture. Crystalline flecks of quartz or contrasting white veining add interest to your picture-perfect concept.

Selecting Stones in Shades of Gray for Your Industrial Kitchen

When converting an old mill or factory into a living space, you embrace the weathered wood flooring and rich red tones in brick walls. A quartz or granite surface in gray accents the aged tones in existing architecture while providing a durable and attractive work space.

Simplify Your Life Using Clean Scandinavian Choices

There is nothing as calming as a carefully selected kitchen and dining space featuring the simple shapes and shades of trending Scandinavian design. Carry the thought all through your food preparation space by matching your granite or quartz surfaces to your dining table, chairs, flooring, and even serving ware. From rich browns to bright whites, the result is welcoming and soothing.

For the Best Result Bring Your Idea Board to Our Showroom

If you are in the design phase of your kitchen remodel in the Toledo and Perrysburg area, you are invited to bring your designer and creative concepts to The Countertop Shop. Peruse hundreds of quartz samples and a wide range of granite slabs to find the stone destined to make your home a piece of living art.