For A Distinctive Kitchen, Countertops Don't Have To Be Granite

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January 21, 2016

Sure, granite looks good, but you're not alone if you feel that granite has become somewhat mainstream and commonplace.

There’s more to countertop surfaces than just granite, and The Wall Street Journal has compiled a list of some of the better, more unique options to install when finishing a new home or renovation.

Limestone slabs with fossilized fish and ferns, meta-quartzite, and petrified wood are just a few of the latest options that can provide a custom look in any kitchen.

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