Countertops & Sinks

With seven locations that carry a broad range of countertop materials, Kitchen Views will help you to select the kitchen or bathroom countertop and sink that fits best in your space.

We suggest reading our 8-page Design Guide, which outlines the benefits and limitations of various countertop materials.

Don't forget about the backsplash! It can simply match the countertop or be decorative. Your Kitchen Views designer will help you to sort through the nearly endless options available to you for personalization of your home.

In addition to stones such as granite and marble, and composites such as concrete, there are green options for you to consider, such as recycled glass and reclaimed wood.

Learn more about each of our featured countertop and sink brands:

Caesarstone »
Cambria »
Dekton »
EcoTop »
IceStone »
LX Hausys Viatera »
Silestone »
Sprague Woodworking »
Wilsonart »
WOLF Vanity Tops »

Nantucket Sinks »
TopZero Stainless Steel Sinks»

Many more choices are available. Ask your Kitchen Views designer when planning your kitchen.

Nantucket Sinks

Sinks for Every Purpose

Kitchen Views showrooms have many vignettes that include quality sink brands. Many people like to make a design statement with a carefully selected sink choice and there are many options.

Perhaps you want the sink to complement a special countertop. Or perhaps you need a utility sink for the laundry room.

To learn more about selecting the perfect sink for your home — whether for a kitchen, bathroom vanity, home bar, laundry room, and more — contact us today!

Learn more about Nantucket Sinks

Learn more about TopZero Sinks

IceStone countertop

Green Countertops

There are green options ranging from recycled synthetic materials, like the IceStone recycled glass countertop shown here, to locally manufactured reclaimed wood from Sprague Woodworking for you to consider when selecting a countertop material.

Some green countertop brands we carry include:

Sprague Reclaimed Wood »

IceStone Recycled Glass »

Kitchen Views has been offering green options for over 10 years. Although one brand mentioned in our magazine is no longer available, we have a new supplier. You can learn more in these PDF files:

Going Going Green 

Wood counters no longer on the chopping block by Mary G. Pepitone of Universal Press