Two-Tone Kitchens: How to find the right countertop
Two-tone kitchens are becoming more mainstream. 10 years ago, these visually stunning kitchens were the domain of only the highest end kitchens. Today we are seeing them become more common in many of our projects.
Typically, we’ll change the color of the island to compliment the finish of the perimeter cabinets. We also will use the accent color for Butler Pantry cabinetry or adjacent built-ins that are a part of the kitchen or an adjacent room.
The challenge is to find a countertop material that marries the two colors together.
This is where our designers are here to help. We carefully search out the perfect combination of granite, quartz or quartzite materials to create a harmonious blend of materials. These unique kitchens are visually stunning. The color combinations also add some longevity to the appearance of kitchens.
Our designers carefully search out the perfect combination of granite, quartz or quartzite materials to create a harmonious blend of materials.
Interested in more design ideas? Contact Us to get in touch with one of our designers.