Natural Stone Countertops at Gallery 77

From granite to quartzite and from marble to onyx and everything in between, Gallery 77 has the natural stone countertops you desire for your home or workspace.

NATURAL STONE COUNTERTOPS

​Granite

A hard, igneous rock, granite is one of the top stone surfaces for countertops and other home improvement projects for good reason. Granite’s renowned durability and its variety of colors make it ideal for use in kitchens and bathrooms, around fireplaces, and in other locations throughout the home. It holds up to heat and is almost maintenance-free, so you can use your countertops without worrying about damaging them. If you’re willing to make the investment now, granite will last you a lifetime.
Granite countertops are the most valued and expensive material among all the countertop materials. Granite is a natural stone and it is available in a variety of colors, sizes, textures and finishes. White Granite kitchen countertops give an elegant feel to your kitchen which can enhance the beauty of your kitchen instantly.

Quartzite

Quartzite is an extremely durable, heat-resistant, and stain-resistant natural stone, making it an ideal choice for countertops. Formed from sandstone and quartz, quartzite is harder than quartz and develops an appearance similar to veined marble. Quartzite typically comes in gray and white and is resistant to chips and scratches.  Quartz countertops are a very popular choice in kitchen and bathroom remodeling because of their durability, ease of maintenance, and resistance to the damage caused by heat. These countertop materials can be found in a variety of colors and styles that suit any homeowner’s taste.

 

Marble

Marble countertops comes with one of the higher price tags found among natural stone, but the finished appearance is worth it. This type of stone is formed from intense heat and pressure, creating beautiful colors and intricate lines throughout the stonework. Marble comes in many colors and easy to clean  It is both waterproof and heatproof, although it does require regular maintenance to prevent stains.

Travertine

A form of limestone, travertine typically comes in white, tan, and cream colors. Travertine forms in mineral springs and is a sedimentary rock that is often used in construction. In particular, many homeowners and builders use travertine for patios and garden paths.

Soapstone

This dark gray or green stone has a soft, smooth feel to it, almost like the feeling of running your hand along a bar of dry soap. Soapstone is a popular choice for kitchen or bathroom countertops when you’re interested in fostering a more natural or rustic look in your home. It can be used as a countertop material or sink material and is somewhat resistant to staining, but it does require regular maintenance with mineral oil.

Onyx

Onyx is a beautiful mineral with distinctive bands of color running through the stone. Though black and white are among the most common colors for onyx, these minerals can also feature reds, purples, blues, and more. Onyx has long been used in decorative architecture and sculpture, providing a beautiful accent for your space.

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TILE

Tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as tabletops. Tiling stone is typically marble, onyx, granite, or slate.

NATURAL STONE

Natural Stone refers to products quarried from the earth, used over thousands of years as building materials and decorative enhancements. These products include Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others.

ENGINEERED QUARTZ

Unlike natural stone countertops cut from pure granite, marble, or sandstone, engineered stone counters are made from quartz crystals held together with a resin binder. They have a similar appearance to natural stone, but they possess benefits not available with natural materials.  Quartz bathroom countertops have been very popular in the past few years.

Reach out to Gallery 77 to learn more about our natural stone countertop options.