March 17, 2021 2 min read

Countertops are an essential part of every kitchen. These surfaces are well used throughout their lifetime, and can really help define the style of your kitchen. There are many different material options available, each one has their own pros and cons. Check out our countertop guide if you’d like to know more about what those differences are.

We all know that countertops belong in the kitchen, but that’s not their only place in your home. 

Caesarstone Flannel Gray Bathroom Countertop


Your bathroom vanity is another frequently used surface that you probably don’t think about much. It’s another opportunity to style your home. Having a workspace in the bathroom can help you get ready for the day and relax into your evening.

Serving Bar Medallion Cabinetry Caesarstone Bar Top


Not all of us will have a room for a dedicated serving bar. But for those of us that do, it’s another area to use a beautiful piece of stone. This is a space where people gather to craft a cocktail or just refill their cup. Either way, it’s the perfect place to make a splash.

Custom Desk by Mike D'Annolfo

Work Station

We all spend so much time in the kitchen, but you don’t just have to prop your laptop up on the island. You can create a real desk with a proper work space for yourself with some cabinetry and countertop material. A custom workspace, built just for you and close to the coffee machine.

Outdoor Kitchen Countertops

Outdoor Kitchen

Everyone loves grilling and eating outside in the summer. Why not make yourself a workspace so you can do all the prep work outside too? Be mindful of what type of stone you choose, not all counters will hold up to the elements.

Medallion Cabinetry Laundry Room

Laundry Room

Think about how much easier it would be to fold your clothes when you have the perfect place to do it right next to your washer and dryer. Or maybe it's the space you use to help get that pesky stain out of your new white blouse. Having a work surface in your laundry room will help make it less of a chore.

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