This is one of the most frequent questions we get, and for a great reason! If you have done much shopping for a countertop, you have likely been a little confused about how to determine the cost of your countertop.
Modern, contemporary, rustic, traditional...how do you know which style to choose for your next home renovation or space remodel? What if you want to combine two styles?
Of course we love marble countertops and know that most people are immediately drawn to one style of marble over another, but how do you choose all of the other surfaces in your kitchen to complement your marble countertops?
You may be wondering, "What is White Carrara?"
That is one of the most complicated questions to answer in the stone industry. White Carrara Marble is widely viewed as the most popular and most famous marble in the world, and is named after the Italian city where it is quarried: Carrara.
We are committed to sustainability here at Imagine Surfaces, so we love working with companies who are also making an impact on the design industry. Vetrazzo produces countertops made from recycled glass
Around here, we love kitchens. Big kitchens, small kitchens, we love kitchens... because we love countertops. Today, we are going to take a quick departure from kitchens to talk about an often overlooked room of the house: the powder room!
We love the look of a sleek all-white kitchen, boasting classic marble counters and white cabinets, but what about all of you who think white is (gasp!) boring?! Well, we have rounded up some unique ideas and inspirations for you to consider when designing the heart of your home that are anything but plain white.
You know that you want to redesign your kitchen, but where do you start? Of course, we at Imagine Surfaces like to start with high end countertops, but what about everything else? We are pleased to have reputable home improvement partners like Fretz to help our clients complete their remodeling projects.
Pantone recently announced their "Color of the Year" for 2017: Greenery! Pantone's press release describes the color as "Bringing forth a refreshing take, Greenery is a tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore, experiment and reinvent." We love the idea of "refreshing" and "reinventing," especially in regard to home design.
We have mentioned before that Soapstone has humble beginnings and has been used in farmhouses and cottage kitchens for many years before becoming as popular as it currently is and transitioning into contemporary and modern designs.