This is one of the latest custom stone art inlays using Granite (mock up). Consideration has to be given if the shower is outside, since engineered quartz can fade. Natural Granite is made to live outside, and can handle the water as well. The black line is a black grout to define stone color separation.
Custom Artistic Inlays
We now have an in-house artist who is expanding our product line to include custom art inlays. What does that mean? You can either choose from our own stock of art inlays, or you can work with the artist to create your own.
The sky is the limit with creativity! You can create your own unique theme of artwork to express your interests in wine, beer, equestrian life, farm life, surfing, sky diving, fishing – well, you get the idea.
Contact Zane at (850) 462-2781 to set up an appointment to discuss your ideas. The inlays can be any size – even as a patio inlay around a pool.
You can install an inlay in your:
- outdoor space (weather-resistant stone used)
Basically, bring your ideas and we’ll work to make your dream come true.
Because we have our own fabrication facility, we can produce inlays to any size and budget. Commercial applications can include: (indoor/outdoor):
- Entry ways
- Building sides
- Art walls
- and more…
Contact Zane to discuss your options at (850) 462-2781.
So whats changing this year for Kitchen Trends.
Check out this article by Decor Magazine. See what 2019 brings this year with whats what. Is it true that Granite is out? Whats your thoughts? We’ll see an emphasis on pared-back cabinetry, quality materials, curated wares, a mingling of metals, black (so much black) and a general salt-of-the-earth feel.
Once you decide to replace those old, out of date kitchen countertops, the first question is usually, “how long does it take to replace my countertops?” The old ones get uglier by the day while we are awaiting the new ones to be completed and installed. The time it takes to replace kitchen countertops varies for many reasons. No matter which type of countertop material you choose for replacement countertops, there is one key you should keep in mind: Get started as early as possible. If you’re hoping to have the replacement countertops in place for the holidays, relatives coming for a visit or other big event, plan well in advance for best results.
Some countertops take more time to make offsite before they are installed. (such as butcherblock) Some countertops take longer to install onsite. (Such as full backsplash countertops) How much time to install different types and materials is needed depends on what you choose. Here are some ideas of the time it takes to replace kitchen countertops.
Granite and Marble countertops: Once the color and other options are completed and contract is signed. 2-4 weeks (depending on availability of material) From the time you begin to look until the installation of your new countertops is complete, plan at least 1 month.
Butcherblock : Once you have choosen the options ( Wood species , pattern and edge you want) , Contract is signed. Waiting for the butcherblock to be custom made takes a approx 4-6 weeks. From the time you begin to look until the installation of your new countertops is complete, plan at least 2 months. That gives you the time to find what you really want without rushing and will reduce the stress of “cutting it close” if you need the replacement countertops in place by a certain date.
Things to remember:
Oct, Nov and Dec are always busy months for the fabricator. So plan accordingly. Everyone wants there kitchens done for the busy season of family dinners.
See our Remnant Selection at www.tccslabyard.com . We have a big selection of remnants and full slabs. The site will show you pictures along with sizes.We are doing a winter special on all remnants. 10% off. We are adding daily new colors and brands.Come back often to see new arrivals.
Do I have to use the same material through out my kitchen?
TIP: You don’t have to use the same material for every counter space. A durable surface such as soapstone, granite or Silestone is great near the stove and sink where stains are more likely to occur. If you like a more porous stone like marble, use it where spills can be minimized, like an island. When mixing countertop surfaces do try to avoid mixing two different materials with movement. Instead try a solid with one that is veined—pair materials like you would an outfit.
10% off Select Silestone and Dekton Colors . Call for details.
Select Silestone and Dekton Colors
Silestone: Coral Clay,Lusso,White Zeus,Cemento,Helix
offer ends June 30 2016
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Spring is in the air. Let new adventures begin. How about a new beautiful KITCHEN COUNTERTOP. Give us a call we would be happy to help make that adventure happen.
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