drooling over this gorgeous marble in a galley kitche showcased on cococozy
Granite may be the more durable stone but I just don't dig it. So no amount of scare tactics will make me think otherwise. (Not to mention I've had granite and its not stainproof either) I've never seen a granite that looks like marble no matter how much people say it does. Maybe its out there and I've never come across it? Or maybe I have a very low tolerance for faux in this particular situation?
marble counters, nom nom nom (gast architects featured on houzz)
So off we went last week to price out some options - marble and white quartz specifically. The prices, quality and service were all over the map but consistently bad. Quartz seeme to be about 60% more than marble so I think that option has been ruled out entirely. Oh joy! We'll be back out there this weekend pricing countertops. Wish us luck.