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Browse through our extensive range of various
granite, marble, and quartz countertop projects in Cebu, Davao, and Cagayan de Oro. Find distinct combinations of diverse kitchen styles, layouts, and color schemes. See our selection of stone applications in residential homes, restaurants, building lobbies, and showrooms. Two-Tone Kitchens
“ Black Galaxy” granite is a low maintenance, high-performance countertop material ideal for everyday kitchen preparations. It resists scratches, stains, and even damage from extreme heat.
Small details make a big difference.
Form meets function in this lovely French kitchen.
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“ Salt and Pepper” granite kitchen countertop for a townhouse project in Mandaue City, Cebu
Worried about kids running around in your home? Choose a rounded edge profile, like the “bullnose,” for a softer look and a safer edge on your kitchen countertop.
On modular kitchen cabinets, granite countertops require sufficient substrate, like a 3/4″ plywood underneath. This added layer distributes the weight of the stone evenly, especially in the areas around the sink and the hob.
Black Galaxy granite not only pairs well with white or gray finishes, but it’s also great with wood-stained or dark-colored cabinetry.
An L-shaped Marigold granite kitchen countertop with a laminated eased edge profile and a 4″ backsplash
If you are using an under-mount sink for your kitchen, ensure that it is mechanically fastened in place. If your contractor tells you that silicone sealant alone is enough to safely secure it, we strongly suggest you look elsewhere.
Are you a full-time mom or a professional chef? Whatever hat you are wearing, when it comes to the kitchen you need a dependable countertop fit for your busy lifestyle.
Not every countertop will have a seam. Due to the limitation on the dimension of the available slabs, however, joints are sometimes inevitable.
A backsplash is an extension of the countertop which extends perpendicularly up the wall. It is typically 4 inches high, but it can go all the way up underneath your upper cabinets. When matched with the same countertop material, it creates a clean and uniform look.
“ Absolute Black” is a premium granite that has a consistent color and texture throughout its surface. It is used in various indoor and outdoor applications, such as countertops, vanity tops, floors, and even wall cladding.
A full-height granite backsplash not only gives you a sleeker look on your countertop, but it also provides a seamless and uninterrupted look for your kitchen. All-White Kitchens
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
Engineered Quartz is maintenance-free and requires no sealing or polishing. Just wipe the surface with a soft cloth and warm water to keep it spotless.
[View our gallery of engineered quartz colors for your kitchen counter]
This modern Parisian home embraces the best of both classic and contemporary styles. The impeccable attention to each of the elements in every room, especially in the kitchen, evokes elegance and sophistication. Its interior is gorgeous but unpretentious. It’s stylish yet understated.
Pick a subtle countertop color if you are going with a bold backsplash. Choose complementing details to make your kitchen design truly stand out.
Vein-matching enables us to create the best possible seams for granite and marble installations. It produces “movements” which flow uniformly from the backsplash to the countertop frontage, the laminated edges, and down to the fascia. It transforms the stones’ natural characteristics into a fantastic visual treat.
[Looking for other marble options? You can find more here.] Finding the Right Kitchen Design
We know that working in a new house or remodeling an old kitchen design is quite a challenge. Also, choosing all the right details is a lot of time confusing. Hence, it always best to understand first what you want for your home. Then create a catalog of ideas based on this. Weigh how each detail affects the design of the entire space. Finally, decide on which one works and which one doesn’t.
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