Sunday, November 28, 2010


The countertops were installed a few days before Thanksgiving. We chose a Carmarthen Cambria Quartz countertop for the kitchen and formica elsewhere. Quartz does not require sealing and is generally, easier to maintain than granite. It is NOT, however, heat proof and can be scratched. It can also be damaged by corrosive chemicals. Care instructions are provided on the Cambria website.

Cambria Quartz, Carmarthen Brown

FineLine workers, Mike and Drew, installing countertop around cooktop.

Completed kitchen countertops

Countertop around low-rise sink

Desk outside the mud room has a wood top.

Natural Roca formica countertop on the wet bar downstairs

Upstairs utility room also has Natural Roca formica countertops

Powder room (upper photo) and hall bathroom have Deepstar Fossill formica countertops
Master bath upstairs has Deepstar Glaze formica countertop

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