Granite is a classic countertop material that can’t be matched for its luxury and sheen. It’s durable and easy to clean, making it perfect for home use, and each slab will have a unique pattern and color that truly means no one else will have a finished kitchen or bathroom design exactly like yours. Visit the Granite page to see more.
Marble is world-famous as the pinnacle of luxury, especially in master suite bathroom designs. While marble might seem expensive, you’ll be surprised to find out how much the price can vary based on the quarry location, making it a more affordable choice than you imagined. To get the opulence of marble in your home, visit the Marble page.
Quartzite is a natural stone derived from sandstone under extreme heat and pressure. The result is an incredibly hard (even harder than granite), sparkling surface well suited for countertop applications because it’s naturally nonporous and thus stain resistant. If you choose quartzite, you’ll have a wide variety of one-of-a-kind colors and patterns to choose from. Go to the Quartzite page to see more.
The soft, matte neutrals of travertine are extremely popular for spaces in the home that should evoke calmness and relaxation. This type of limestone looks elegant in backsplashes, showers, and bathroom tile, with subtle shade differences that give you control over the final color and texture. Visit the Travertine page to read more.
Limestone is anything but ordinary in a kitchen or bathroom design. The old-world feel and slow-developing patina make it ideal for a vintage or rustic home. If you’re considering limestone, visit the Limestone page or come into the United Granite location nearest you to compare limestone samples with other materials and against different colors within the same stone type.
Onyx, a calcareous stone with an unmistakable internal luster, is extremely tough and able to withstand daily wear and tear—and it’s not always black. You can choose from cream and ivory hues that look almost like a pearl necklace. Read some of the legends surrounding this natural stone on the Onyx page.
Soapstone has a smooth and silky finish across an array of sold colors to fit your design scheme. The naturally heat-resistant, nonporous material will hold up to food and cosmetic stains just as easily as hot pots, pans, and styling tools without losing its natural soft texture. Learn more on the Soapstone page today.