Known as the heart of the home, the kitchen is one of the most customized areas of any home. The biggest decision for kitchens is the material and color used for the countertops. That’s why we want to make sure you are able to get the perfect countertops to fit your needs. Learn more about our countertop selections below!

Due to monitor differences, actual countertop colors may vary. Please contact us or your builder for additional information.

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Serving as our standard countertops for all of our homes, Wilsonart’s high-pressure laminate countertops are top of the line in quality. These countertops are durable and stunning. We offer 10 stunning colors to fit any style.

Anzio Marble




Marmo Bianco


Spring Carnival


Autumn Carnival


Silver Travertine


Glacier Quartzite




Benjamin Grey




Trinidad Lapidus




Typhoon Ice


E-TOP #2000


Our standard laminate edge is a European style with a flat face. It has double radius on both sides, combining elegant style with modern functionality.

Stone Countertops


Granite, Quartz, Quartzite, and Marble are naturally occurring materials that are mined in quarries all over the world. Because of this, two colors by the same name will not be identical. Natural materials mean availability will change from time to time depending on the quarry and how common the color is.

There are multiple price levels of these materials. They are tied to the commonality or rarity of the material. Our supplier’s inventory changes from time to time depending on popularity and availability of the material for the reasons mentioned above as well as tariffs now being imposed by some countries. Your initial option price is calculated using level A granite, but other selections are available by quote.

The Water Test: Granite Countertops


Granite is the most popular material for countertops, and with so many colors and patterns, it’s no wonder why it’s one of our top selling countertop options. In this guide we’ve listed all our granite countertop offerings.

Granite is composed of approximately 50% quartz, and the other 50% contains a variety of minerals, some having porous qualities. Since granite is porous, it requires periodic sealing, polishing, or reconditioning. This re-sealing takes place about once every 1-2 years. Most experts agree that granite requires a moderate amount of maintenance compared to other popular countertop materials.

Giallo Fiesta Granite
Level A

Giallo Ornamental Granite
Level A

Giallo Verona Granite
Level A

Luna Pearl Granite
Level A

New Caledonia Granite
Level A

Steel Grey Granite
Level A

Absolute White Granite
Level A

Colonial White Granite
Level A

Azul Celeste Granite
Level B

Typhoon Bordeaux Granite
Level B


Unlike granite, quartz countertops are nearly 100% pure quartz and do not contain high levels of porous minerals. Because of this, quartz does not require periodic sealing, polishing, or reconditioning. Just use warm water and mild soap to clean your quartz surfaces. Additionally, as a non-porous material, quartz will not harbor bacteria in the same way as granite – making it an ideal surface for food preparation.

Arctic White Quartz
Level A

Carrara Marmi Quartz
Level A

Sparkling White Quartz
Level A

Calacatta Lincoln Quartz
Level C

Calacatta Laza Quartz
Level C


Marble is beautiful in any kitchen, but with beauty comes maintenance. Most experts agree that marble comes with a moderate to high amount of maintenance. Unlike granite, marble must be re-sealed once every 3-6 months.

Fantasy Brown Marble
Level B


As the name suggests, quartzite is very similar to quartz. Quartzite is more durable than quartz, yet similar to granite in the maintenance department. It must be sealed about once a year, making its level of maintenance low to moderate. Quartzite is also very resistant to heat and is considered a premium countertop option.

Taj Mahal Quartzite
Level D

Cultured Marble

Available as an option for our bathroom vanities, cultured marble is an excellent material for a low-maintenance countertop, yet it still offers a premium look and feel. Cultured marble is a blend of stone and resins that have been infused with pigments. This manufacturing process allows for realistic looking stone patterns. Cultured marble is not porous and does not require regular sealing and is basically maintenance free!


Country Grey

Rolling Thunder

White on White