Granite countertops are one of the most popular choices for kitchen and bathroom countertops – and it’s easy to see why. Granite kitchen countertops bring a level of class that is difficult to match. Take a look at our Granite countertops selection in our Memphis showroom for the best colors and exclusive vein patterns that you won’t find anywhere.
Due to the stunning intricacies of a natural granite stone - including the veining, patterns, swirls, and unique colors - granite has long been a must-have stone addition in kitchens and bathrooms. However, finding the right stone for your remodel can certainly be a challenge.
For help with everything from design, to fabrication, and installation, Pro Stone Countertops is backed by a team with 20 years of experience to expertly help you find and place your new granite countertops. With a wide array of granite slabs, our team has everything you need to bring your vision to life.
With an array of the most beautiful granite countertops on the market, Pro Stone offers the top granite countertop brands to homeowners in the Memphis area. These include:
Pro Stone Countertops offers a wide variety of granite color selections, but how do you choose the one that’s right for you?
To help you narrow down your granite countertop choices, we’ve gathered the top 10 granite countertops we offer that are sure to look great in every home. Let’s dive right in!
White Lava granite is a white stone countertop from Brazil that’s flooded with gray veins with varying tones - from light gray to black - for a bold, unique texture. White Lava granite countertops offer all the depth and durability of a natural stone, with a cool neutral finish to match every design.
Arabian Nights granite is a rich, deep black stone that offers a dark contrast for any kitchen. The Arabian Nights granite countertops feature a black base hue with white and dark brown veins for a chocolatey, elegant design. With the perfect contrast of a dark base with light veining, the Arabian Nights granite slab is the perfect choice for a bright space in need of high-end depth.
Colonial Cream granite is a cream-toned stone that expertly balances both the warmth of light browns with cool gray veins for a perfectly neutral stone. Colonial Cream granite countertops have a creamy base with flecks of gray, gold, brown, and rust for an intricate, yet elegant finish. Ideal for everything from kitchens to bathrooms, flooring, and walls, Colonial Cream granite kitchen countertops are a forever timeless choice.
Colonial Gold granite is a creamy countertop with an added gold sparkle and intricate veining for a luxurious stone finish. When comparing Colonial Cream vs Colonial Gold granite, Colonial Gold granite countertops offer a more creamy gray backdrop to the brown and gold flecks.
Smoky White granite is a cool-toned white countertop with flecks of gray for an intricate, versatile stone. With pebble-like patterns and neutral gray and white tones, this is a timeless stone that works anywhere within a home’s design.
Salinas White granite is a snowy white countertop with cool gray accents. Offering a bright finish, Salinas White granite countertops also feature speckles of onyx and tan swirls - offering a unique, complex finish. Salinas White granite kitchen countertops are the ideal light contrast to brighten a space.
Valle Nevado granite offers a prevailing white base, with gray and taupe accents for a countertop with depth. Valle Nevado granite countertops feature a unique pattern with various hues for a sparkling, yet subtle design that won’t overwhelm. A granite Valle Nevado stone is great for countertops as well as backsplashes for an elevated, natural stone finish.
Ideal for those that love warm tones, Amarillo Santa Cecilia is a beautiful yellow-toned granite stone. Featuring various taupe hues, this stone offers a warm accent in kitchens and bathrooms.
For a smooth, gray countertop, White Egeo granite is the way to go. White Egeo granite countertop slabs feature a very light gray hue with subtle veins for a more uniform, natural stone look.
Azurite granite is a popular cream and brown granite choice with all the benefits of a natural stone pattern. Azurite granite countertops have a creamy base with thick, darker brown and gray veins for a recognizable pattern that will add detail to your kitchen or bathroom.
Still wondering why choose granite countertops for your remodel? Granite countertops are one of the most popular stone choices for both kitchens and bathrooms due to their durability and unique design that offers the perfect finishing touch to every space.
The benefits of choosing granite countertops include:
When it comes to homes where family and friends frequently gather, the beauty and durability of granite make it a top contender for every remodel.
Due to the elegance and timelessness of granite, plus its durability, it’s no surprise that many homeowners and commercial businesses utilize this stone for much more than just kitchen countertops.
Beyond countertops, other common uses of granite include commercial applications, flooring, and accent pieces. In commercial spaces, granite is praised for its durability, making it a great choice for high-traffic locations like bars, walls, or staircases.
Additionally, granite can make an elegant flooring choice in your home, bringing that stunning natural stone finish into more of your remodel’s design. This can also be done with additional accents, such as incorporating into your fireplaces surrounding or mantel, as pillars, staircases, or even custom benches. With granite, you can add a luxurious, one-of-a-kind design feature that instantly spices up your space with its incomparable beauty.
If you’re loving granite countertops, Pro Stone Countertops can help you incorporate more of this elegant natural stone into your home’s design. For more home remodeling ideas using granite, contact us at 662-895-4795 today.
Due to the strength of the material, it’s extremely unlikely for granite to crack or chip. Most cracks are the result of stress during handling, manufacturing, or installation. However, it is still possible to crack granite by standing on it or by placing extremely hot objects on the surface. In order to prevent any liquid from getting into cracks, granite must be sealed, and should be resealed about once a year.
We typically do not offer granite samples but most of our slabs are on display and can be viewed in person. As granite is a natural stone it has natural variations inherent from mother nature. Slabs, therefore, can differ slightly from lot to lot, so a granite sample may not always be 100% indicative of your unique slab. No need to worry though, as you will usually be able to view your specific slab personally ahead of fabrication to re-check its colors, patterns, and natural characteristics.
There are a wide variety of different types of granite countertops, but they can be broken down into 3 main types of colors and 3 levels of quality. The three main granite colors (within which there is a lot of variation) are dark granite (black or dark gray), white granite, and beige or neutral granite. The three main levels of granite are Low Grade Granite (Level 1), Mid Grade Granite (Level 2), and High Grade Granite (level 3). These levels can be determined by color quality, thickness, veins, pitting, marking, the number of soft materials it has, and the country of origin.
Installing granite countertops typically costs between $2,000 and $4,500, depending on the size and quality of the stone. The material price runs $15 to $140 per square foot for whole slabs, but for prefabricated pieces, it can cost only $10 to $35 per square foot.
Get started on your dream kitchen today. Give us a call and we’ll schedule a one-on-one consultation to estimate the cost of your custom countertop project.